The Kanji Class is included in the Intensive Course.
This means that it is not possible to take Kanji Class only. The Kanji Class schedule is from 13:30 to 15:00 every Tuesday and Thursday and the class is divided into seven levels. You can take a test once a month. Whether your native language uses Kanji characters or not, you can move up to a higher level at your own pace. Learning Japanese might be hard because of the fact that you have to learn Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. However, learning Kanji will augment your vocabulary and will improve your inferring skill.
|Kanji Classes||JLPT Levels||Kudan Kanji Test|
|N2||JLPT N2Levels||After passing test for level 4 or 3, you can go to N1 class↑|
|N3||JLPT N3Levels||After passing test for level 6 or 5, you can go to N2 class↑|
|N4A||JLPT Late N4 Levels||After passing test for level 7, you can go to N3 class↑|
|N4B||JLPT Early N4 Levels||After passing test for level 8, you can go to N4A class↑|
|N5A||JLPT Late N5 Levels||After passing test for level 9, you can go to N4B class↑|
|N5B||JLPT Early N5 Levels||After passing test for level 10, you can go to N5A class ↑|