KCP is an affordable program.
Students commend our program as both an excellent value and an effective learning experience. Academic credit and financial aid are available through Elizabethtown College. You should be able to apply federal and state financial aid to this program.
Our goal is to make study in Japan possible for you.
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|Note: Prices subject to change without prior notice.|
Cost for courses includes:
- Language course tuition and fees
- Over 200 hours of language instruction
- Textbooks and supplementary material
- Pre-departure packet
- Detailed on-site orientation
- Course on Japanese Culture and Society
- Cultural activities and excursions (excluding some transportation costs)
- Minor medical insurance
- Pick-up at Narita Airport on your arrival date
- Lodging: your choice of dorm room or homestay
- Homestay with breakfast and dinner
- Transportation pass between lodging and school
- For the summer semester and summer short term1, all costs are payable to KCP.
- For the regular semester and extended programs2, tuition is payable to Elizabethtown College. Dormitory or homestay amounts are payable directly to KCP.
- Travel to and from Japan (as well as some culture class transportation) is not included. Airfare varies depending on season of travel. Typically, round-trip fares between the U.S. and Japan run $1,000 to $1,500.
- Dormitory meals are not included in this cost but are available (breakfasts and dinners) for an additional fee: 55,000 Yen (semester) and 41,000 Yen (summer short term). Plan to pay this amount in Yen in your first week of the program.
- For all meals and personal expenses, you should budget $1,500 to $2,500 per semester.
- For extended or academic year terms, the homestay option is available for only the first semester.
Saito-sensei and Kamisaka-sensei were both spectacular teachers, with a real knack for connecting with us and presenting material clearly (even in the beginning, when I barely understood a word of Japanese).