Your future will change if you can speak
Chinese and Japanese!
[More advantages for employment. Business opportunities in your home country will expand.]
  • 1 out of 4 people in the world speak Chinese.
  • Of the 24 million tourists in Japan, 12.38 million are Chinese speakers.
  • China is the second largest economic power in the world and Japan’s biggest trading partner.
  • 48% of Japanese companies who enter foreign countries choose China.

College Characteristics

With Chinese as the main subject, you can study Business, Japanese and English.
Beijing Language and Culture University Tokyo College Characteristics

Student Interview

Tarnya Wright
Students' Voice 
Since I am fascinated by both Chinese and Japanese language, as well as their culture, I decided to enter this school to improve my language skills. I believe that there will be more job opportunities for me if I am able to speak Chinese fluently.

I am very happy studying here because my teachers are very helpful and detailed on explaining Chinese grammar. My classmates are very kind and friendly to me! Since some classmates are from different countries, they each have different personalities which I find very interesting!
Talitha Alysia Onggo
Students' Voice インドネシア
I am actually an Indonesian born Chinese. My parents, who were influenced by my Chinese grandparents, valued our Chinese identity, so they told me to learn Chinese from I was a little kid. From that time, I noticed the attractiveness of Chinese language and started to become interested to it.

I decided to go for this school because I think it's a really good thing that I can learn Chinese while keeping my Japanese ability. In addition, seeing that students can study in a multicultural environment, I think it will be fun to learn various cultures and broaden my way of thinking.