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2021年度日本入国変更のご案内|Information on changing the time of entry to Japan in the fiscal year 2021

 




2021年11月17日付で本校の留学生受入に関わる対応についてご案内しておりましたが、2021年11月29日に日本政府が水際対策強化に係る新たな措置を発表したことを受けて、新たに本校の留学生受入方針を定めました。今後も日本政府の方針次第では変更となる可能性もございますが、その際は改めてご案内致します。
On November 17, 2021, we have announced the measures related to the acceptance of international students at our school, but on November 29, 2021, the Japanese government have announced new measures to strengthen border measures. We have newly established a policy for accepting international students. It may change depending on the policy of the Japanese government in the future, but we will inform you again in that case.

【English translation】

December 1, 2021

To all Japanese language school officials
To all international students and parents
Anabuki College Group
President Tadatsugu Anabuki


Information on changing the time of entry to Japan in the fiscal year 2021

We would like to thank you for your continued health and well-being.
    On Monday, 29th, the Government of Japan has announced measures to suspend the entry of new foreigners from midnight on November 30th (Tuesday) as a strengthening of border measures for New Covid Variant, Omicron. Unfortunately, students who have been waiting to study in Japan will not be able to enter Japan from this month, and this entry suspension will continue for a month for the time being. We were planning to accept students who have not yet entered Japan who had been scheduled to enroll in April 2020 in the order in which the Certificate of Eligibility was issued. All of our faculty and staff are very disappointed when we see the feelings of international students waiting in their home countries who can not enter Japan.
    However, in order to fulfill the dream of international students who are waiting for study abroad in Japan, we would like to do the following without giving up.

Very truly yours

Notice

(1) Forecast of schedule from the end of the one-month suspension for the time being of entry to entry into Japan 
Admission Time
※1
Scheduled to apply to the MEXTScheduled to apply for a visa to a Japanese Embassy abroadScheduled to enter JapanScheduled to start face-to-face classAdmission course
2020 Apr. Intakefinishedmid Januarylate Marchearly April2 year
2020 Oct. Intake4th Januarymid Januarylate Marchearly April2 year
2021 Apr. Intake
(Online class, Caregiver Program)
1st Februarymid Februaryearly Marchmid Marchchanged to 1.5 year
2021 Apr. Intake
(Online class, General Program)
1st Februarymid Februaryearly Marchmid March2 year
2021 Apr. Intake1st Februarymid Februarylate Marchearly April2 year
2021 Oct. Intake
(Onlin class, Caregiver Program)
1st Marchmid Marchlate Marchearly April1.5 year
2021 Oct. Intake1st Marchmid Marchlate Marchearly April2 year
* 1 It is time of admission that was originally planned.

(2) April and October 2020 intake students will be prepared to be accepted as April students.

(3) Those who are students in April and October 2021 who have not entered Japan and have not taken online classes will be prepared to be accepted as April students.

(4) Caregiver scholarship program students who enrolled in the April 2021 intake and are taking online classes will be changed to October enrolled students and will take face-to-face classes after entering Japan toward graduation in March 2023.

(5) General students enrolled in the April 2021 intake will be in the second year of the 2 year course from April next year. However, those who graduate in one year will complete only online classes.

(6) Caregiver scholarship program students who enrolled in the October 2021 intake and are taking online classes will continue online classes.

(7)About waiting costs after entering Japan. Students who have paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days in the dormitory. The cost burden for students is about 15,000 yen for food.Students who have not paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days at the hotel. Students will pay about 60,000 yen for hotel and food.The amount of food and hotel waiting costs varies depending on each campus (Takamatsu campus, Fukuyama campus, Tokushima campus).

(8)The airport where we can pick up students is Kansai International Airport. Since public transportation is not available, students will be responsible for the cost of traveling from the airport to each campus when arriving at another international airport.

(9) Due to the global expansion of New Covid Variant, Omicron, the entry schedule of (1) may be delayed. The method of accepting students at our school that we are introducing this time is just to correspond to the "entry suspension measures for the time being one month" announced by the Japanese government. Please note that our response may change if the government policy changes.

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We hope that everyone will be able to enter and live their study abroad life in Japan with peace of mind. Please do not give up studying abroad in Japan due to this New Covid Variant, Omicron. We have never given up on getting everyone to come to Japan for two years.

"諦めなければ必ず道はある。必ず。
If you don't give up, there is always a way. Surely.

(豊田佐吉 トヨタ自動車創業者)
(SAKICHI TOYOTA Founder of Toyota Motor Corporation) "


KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION 2021

 


11月20日(土)、「KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITON」の表彰式が高松市美術館にて開催されました。第一回の昨年に続き、第二回目となる今回も本校は協賛を務め、優秀者への賞品のお米を提供させて頂きました。

The award ceremony for "KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITON" has been held at the Takamatsu City Museum of Art on Saturday, November 20th. Continuing from the first year last year, this time, the second time, our school also served as a sponsor and provided rice as a prize to the best performers.


本イベントは平面部門、立体部門、写真部門、グループ立体部門に分かれており、香川県在住の外国人の方が応募資格となっています。日本人では気づけない香川の美しい風景写真や、コロナ禍における外国での生活の大変さを描いた作品等、今回も多くの素晴らしい作品が出品されました。

This event is divided into a plane section, a three-dimensional section, a photography section, and a group three-dimensional section, and foreigners living in Kagawa Prefecture are eligible to apply. Many wonderful works were exhibited this time as well, such as beautiful landscape photographs of Kagawa that Japanese people do not notice, and works depicting the difficulty of living in a foreign country during COVID-19.


今回の応募作品は11月30日までJICA四国様のフリースペースにて展示されておりますので、是非お越し下さい。

The submitted works will be exhibited in the free space of JICA Shikoku until November 30th, so please come and visit us.


KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION 公式facebook

https://www.facebook.com/KAGAWA.KIAC/













2021年度日本入国のご案内|Information on entering Japan in 2021

 



【English translation】

November 17, 2021

To all Japanese language school officials
To all international students and parents
Anabuki College Group
President Tadatsugu Anabuki


Information on entering Japan in 2021

We would like to thank you for your continued health in the early winter. On Friday, the 5th of last week, the Japanese government has announced guidelines for entering Japan. Unfortunately, waiting-list international students will not be able to enter Japan all at once from next month. Students who have not entered Japan in April 2020 will be accepted from this December in the order of issuance of the Certificate of Eligibility. In principle, international students are required to wait for 14 days after entering Japan, and even if they present the vaccination certificate designated by the Japanese Government, they are required to wait for 10 days. We would like to respond as follows.

Very truly yours

Notice

(1) Flow of entering Japan
Admission Time
※1
Scheduled to apply to the MEXTScheduled to apply for a visa to a Japanese Embassy abroadScheduled to enter JapanScheduled to start face-to-face classAdmission course
2020 Apr. Intake12th Nov. Late Nov.Mid Dec.Early Jan.1.5 year
2020 Oct. Intake1st Dec.Mid DecemberLate Dec.Mid Jan.1.5 year
2021 Apr. Intake4th Jan.  Mid JanuaryLate Jan.Early Feb.1.5 year
※2
2021 Oct. Intake1st Feb.Mid FebruaryLate Feb.Early Mar.1.5 year

* 1 It is time of admission that was originally planned.
* 2 A one-year course is applied to Caregiver Scholarship Program students enrolled in April 2021.
* 2 2-year course is applied to Students enrolled in April 2021 who have already taken online classes.

(2) Students enrolled in the April and October 2020 intake will enter Japan by the end of this year, start face-to-face classes in January, and plan to graduate from the 1.5-year course in March 2023.

(3) Students enrolled in the April and October 2021 intake who have not taken online classes will be offered online classes for two to three months from December to entering Japan. Please pay the tuition fee. They will graduate from the 1.5-year course in March 2023.

(4) About waiting costs after entering Japan. Students who have paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days in the dormitory. The cost burden for students is about 15,000 yen for food.

Students who have not paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days at the hotel. Students will pay about 60,000 yen for hotel and food.

The amount of food and hotel waiting costs varies depending on each campus (Takamatsu campus, Fukuyama campus, Tokushima campus).

(5) The airport where we can pick up students is Kansai International Airport. Since public transportation is not available, students will be responsible for the cost of traveling from the airport to each campus when arriving at another international airport.

(6) We recommend that you enter Japan when you can. The new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) may spread again.

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2021年度日本留学待機のご案内|Information for those who are waiting to study in Japan in 2021

 

【English translation】

September 29, 2021

To all Japanese language school officials
To all international students and parents
Anabuki College Group
President Tadatsugu Anabuki

Information for those who are waiting to study in Japan in 2021

We would like to thank you for your continued health in the early autumn. We have been waiting for the Japanese government to lift the "immigration refusal" and "immigration suspension measures". Japanese government is considering lifting the state of emergency in urban areas of Japan starting next month, and deregulation of all movements and actions will begin. Unfortunately, there is currently no information on deregulation regarding entry Japan, but Anabuki College Group will respond as follows.
Anabuki College Group will do its utmost to help all students who have Certificate of Eligibility realize their dream of studying in Japan by the end of this year.
* (As of October 4, the state of emergency has been lifted throughout Japan.)

Very truly yours

Notice

(1) In order to accept international students who are currently waiting to study in Japan as "October 2021 students", we would like you to wait for the Japanese government's decision to ease entry restriction and then enter Japan. The waiting deadline is the end of November, and if there is a decision to ease entry restriction by then, please pay the tuition fees, etc., and enter Japan after obtaining a visa at the embassy. We will start classes for October students. Students who wait until the end of November and enter Japan in December will start taking classes after being quarantined for a certain period of time after entering Japan. Classes will be held online during the quarantine period. We will do our utmost to support all the waiting students so that they can enter the country as "October 2021 students".

(2) Students who are currently taking classes online as "April 2021 students" and are waiting to study in Japan will be required to wait for the Japanese government's decision to ease entry restriction before entering Japan. We aim to enable you to graduate as a 1-year course or 2-year course student in the April 2021 intake.

(3) We will consider the burden of costs associated with quarantine after entering Japan after the Japanese government announces the quarantine period. Students who have paid the dormitory fee may be quarantined at the dormitory, and other students may be quarantined at the hotel at their own expense.

(4) Kansai Airport will be the airport for picking up students upon entry, and Anabuki College Group will pick you up. Please note that a separate travel fee will be charged when arriving at Narita Airport.

(5) Since it depends on the Japanese government's decision to ease entry restriction, we will respond as Anabuki College Group in accordance with the government policy. As Anabuki college group, we will support you as much as possible so that you can enter Japan within this year and start studying abroad in Japan.

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新型コロナウイルスワクチン接種|COVID-19 Vaccination

 




穴吹医療大学校を会場とする新型コロナウイルスのワクチン接種(職域接種)が下記の日程にて実施されました。
Vaccination (workplace vaccination) of COVID-19 has been carried out at Anabuki Medical College on the following schedule.

一回目:8月10日、8月11日、8月12日
二回目:9月7日、9月8日、9月9日

First time: August 10, August 11, August 12
Second time: September 7, September 8, September 9


本校を含む近隣の学校の学生や家族、約2,000名が接種しました。高松校日本語学科の学生も希望者全員が接種しました。福山校日本語学科と徳島校日本語学科では、本校職員がワクチン接種を希望する学生の予約を近隣の病院等で手配し、順次接種を進めています。
Approximately 2,000 students and families from nearby schools, including our school, have been vaccinated. All students of Japanese Courses at Takamatsu Campus who wish to be vaccinated have been vaccinated. At Fukuyama campus and Tokushima campus, our school staff arranges reservations at nearby hospitals etc. for students who wish to be vaccinated , and is proceeding with vaccinations in sequence.




あなぶきグループ留学生支援米|Rice Support from Anabuki Group for International Students





世界的な新型コロナウイルス感染症の拡大は留学生たちのアルバイトや生活にも大きな影響を与えています。母国を離れて暮らす留学生たちは、先の見えない状況下で物心両面の不安を抱える日々を送っており、母国でも経済的なダメージにより家族を心配している留学生も少なくありません。 

The spread of the COVID-19 infection worldwide has a great impact on the part-time jobs and lives of international students. International students who live away from their home countries are living with physical and mental anxiety under uncertain circumstances, and many international students are worried about their families due to financial damage in their home countries.


そこで、本年も留学生を緊急支援するため、穴吹カレッジグループ、あなぶき興産グループ、あなぶきハウジンググループの職員・社員より「支援米」の提供を募り、留学生に支援米を配布致しました。

Therefore, in order to provide emergency support to international students this year as well, we solicited the provision of "support rice" from the staff and employees of the Anabuki College Group, Anabuki Kosan Group, and Anabuki Housing Group, and distributed the support rice to international students.


2021年6月17日時点 支援米募集状況
Amount of Rice as of June 17, 2021

穴吹カレッジグループ:801kg 
Anabuki College Group: 801kg

あなぶき興産グループ:702kg 
Anabuki Kosan Group: 702kg

あなぶきハウジンググループ:974kg
Anabuki Housing Group: 974kg










第二回 高松東高校出張授業|The 2nd Class for the High School Students of Takamatsu Higashi High School

 




6月9日(水)、香川県立高松東高等学校で授業を行いました。第二回目となる今回は「外国から見た日本は?」「日本人は外国人にどう映ってるの?」をテーマに、グループワーク形式で授業を進めました。
On June 9th (Wednesday), we gave a class at Takamatsu Higashi High School in Kagawa Prefecture. This time, which is the second time, the lessons were conducted in a group work format with the themes of "How is Japan seen from a foreign country and foreigners ?"

穴吹カレッジグループ国際部の職員の半数は海外から日本に留学し、その後日本で就職しています。そのため、日本と母国、2カ国における教育方法や生活習慣、仕事の取り組み方等に精通しています。今回は彼らの母国のことや彼らの目線から見えてきた日本の良い部分、悪い部分等についてお話ししました。
Half of the staff of the Anabuki College Group International Affairs Department studied abroad in Japan and then got a job in Japan. Therefore, they know about education, lifestyle, work style, etc. in both Japan and their home country. This time, they talked about their home country and the good and bad parts of Japan that they could see from their perspective.

次回は海外の事情についてもう少し詳しくお話ししていきます。
Next time, we will explain the situation overseas a little more deeply.