Your needs will be met one by one in some of the smallest class sizes around!
Things that only small schools like WAHAHA can do
WAHAHA is proud to be a smaller-sized Japanese school in Fukuoka, allowing us to maintain a cozy, friendly and family-like atmosphere. Not only does this allow us to be more flexible and focus on each and every one of our students' needs on an individual basis, but we also strive to:
Provide the best learning environment
At WAHAHA, many different nationalities, backgrounds and ages are represented among our students. But what all our students have in common is that everyone is eager to learn. WAHAHA provides the best learning environment for each student to accomplish his/her goals.
Divide lessons into different levels
Our small class sizes give us the unique advantage of ensuring that you are in the very right course level for your ability. If at any time you feel your level placement is not right for you, just let us know and we will make sure you are in the appropriate course for your ability level.
Communicate with students
We understand the importance of giving students the support they need and maintain ongoing communication with each student to ensure that any difficulties which may come up during their studies are resolved.
Offer a variety of programs
In order to help students meet their individual goals, we provide a variety of programs such as JLPT prep, business Japanese lessons, lessons specifically designed for working holiday visa holders, internships, and more!
Provide useful information
In addition to the carefully selected textbooks used in class, we also provide supplementary educational materials and other information useful for day-to-day life in Japan as well as for accomplishing personal study goals and/or furthering self study.
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