Enrollment Steps

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How to Enroll in Private Lessons
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Complete the New Student Enrollment Form. We will then send you a link to a trial-lesson questionnaire.
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After you fill out the questionnaire, we will match you with a Nihongo-Pro teacher and set up a trial lesson at no charge.
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If you like your trial lesson, buy lesson tickets to continue learning Japanese online.
Each ticket, good for one 50-minute private lesson with the same teacher who taught your trial lesson, costs US $28 to $35, depending on how many tickets you buy.
Message from a Nihongo-Pro Student
I will recommend Mukai-sensei to everyone!
Every Friday I get extremely happy because I know that on Saturday I have my online Japanese class. I love my lesson because Mukai-sensei is extremely good, sweet and patient. He explains everything in different ways so I can understand the meaning of new topics.

Mukai-sensei is punctual, too, and I appreciate that kind of things in a teacher. Also, I love that when I finish the class, he immediately sends me the material we worked with and the chat log, too. At home I store all of this in a notebook and I keep studying for another hour.

My teacher always answers when I write to him on Facebook or through email. This is important because he builds rapport with the student. I also like that he remembers the things we have talked about and brings them to the class to teach new things. Mukai-sensei definitely connects with the student.

As a teacher myself, I am extremely picky about my teacher. I have studied education for more than 10 years and taught English for 13 years—I can happily say that I am 100% satisfied with Nihongo-Pro. I wanna keep studying with Mukai-sensei and will recommend him to everyone!

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Georgina
(student of Mukai-sensei)
Message from a Nihongo-Pro Student
I will definitely continue with Fujiwara sensei!
I have been working with Fujiwara sensei since May 2018 and I have learned so much from her. She is very patient, and the most important thing is that I don't feel that I'm learning from a teacher—it's more like talking to a friend. I am looking forward to many more lessons with Fujiwara sensei.
Mary P.
(student of Fujiwara-sensei)
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