Existing Group Classes

Updated: 15th May 2021
Schedule is updated every month

Level Day Time Fees Textbook Class size
Beginner 1 (Foundation Studies) – Lesson 5 Sat 10:00am-12:00pm $220 for 10 sessions Free 8 (Enquire if interested)
Beginner 1 (Foundation Studies) – Lesson 8 Tues 7:30pm-9:30pm $220 for 10 sessions Free 8 (Enquire if interested)
Beginner 1 (Chapter 3) Sun 10:00am-12:00pm $330 for 10 sessions Free 8 (Enquire if interested)
Beginner 1 (Chapter 7) Wed 7:30pm-9:30pm $330 for 10 sessions $70 6 (2 slots left)
Beginner Japanese 1 (Chapter 10) Thurs 7:30pm-9:30pm $330 for 10 sessions Free 6 (1 slot left)
Beginner Japanese  1 (Chapter 17) Sun 12:00pm-2:00pm $330 for 10 sessions $70 8 (1 slot left)
Intermediate 1 (Chapter 27) Sat 10:00am-12:00pm $350 for 10 sessions $70 4 (full)
Intermediate 1
(Chapter 29)
-conducted online
Sun 10:00am-12:00pm $350 for 10 sessions $70 6 (3 slots left)
Intermediate 1 (Chapter 37) Tue 7.30pm-9:30pm $350 for 10 lessons $70 6 (3 slots left)
Pre-Advanced (Conversation track) Mon 7:00pm-9:00pm $350 for 10 lessons $85 8 (full)
Pre-Advanced 1 (Tobira Chapter 10) Sat 1:00pm-3:00pm $350 for 10 lessons $65 6  (Enquire if interested)
N2 Prep class (Lesson 12) Sun 2:00pm-4:30pm $350 for 10 sessions $24 8 (3 slots left)

Free Trial lessons are available for all classes, except for those that are full.

Special classes
N1, N2, Business Japanese classes on private requests.
Interview is required for all classes.

Tuition Fees
$33-$35 per lesson for group Japanese classes.
$65-$85 per hour for private Japanese classes.
Max class size: 6-8 students

Location of classes: Kitchener Complex (next to Lavender MRT)

There might be some classes which are not opened yet. Please feel free to email us if you would like to know more information about the classes.

2 thoughts on “Existing Group Classes”

  1. Hi!

    I chanced upon your website and comments in hardwarezone while searching for Japanese courses. Can I please check with you what is the difference betweeb Beginner 1 Foundation and Beginner 1 classes? I am looking to pick up the language out of interest and maybe it can be put to use when I visit Japan (hopefully end of next year!).

    Thank you.

    Regards,
    Seha

    1. Hi,
      The difference between Beginner 1: Foundation Studies and Beginner 1 is that Beginner 1:Foundation Studies is the elementary class that you need to take before you take Beginner 1 classes. I.e Beginner 1: Foundation Studies is the pre-requisite to Beginner 1.

      You can see more information about what you study over here
      Course information (https://dimitri2012.wordpress.com/courses)
      Progression Path: https://dimitri2012.wordpress.com/progression-path/

      /Can

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