Course Introduction

Special University Preparatory Course

With thorough study guidance,
Students are accepted into the public universities and difficult-to-enter private universities while still enrolled in school.

Special University Preparatory Course

  • Miyagino Campus
  • Co-ed

Morning make-up classes, after-school study sessions, overnight training "PLAN 2000" …. Through a variety of learning opportunities, we aim to help students pass the entrance exam to the difficult-to-enter universities of their choice. In addition, there is an English conversation program (Weblio) that uses the Internet, and a specialized science experiment course called "Science Co-Lab".

Goals of the Special University Preparatory Course

  • Educational Goals

    In accordance with the spirit of the founding of Ikuei Juku, we nurture top leaders who have integrity in academics through constant pursuit of learning, and who understand the significance of academics and can change society.
  • Career Guidance Goal

    Students aim to enter national, public, and difficult-to-enter private universities, mainly through the general selection process and the comprehensive selection process.

For those who have these goals

  • Aiming to enter difficult-to-enter public universities and difficult-to-enter private universities.
  • Aiming for higher education with high ambition

Four points of Special University Preparatory Course

  1. Aim to pass the entrance examination for difficult-to-enter universities

    We provide thorough guidance with the goal of helping students pass the entrance exam for difficult-to-enter universities, including the University of Tokyo, Tohoku University, and public university medical schools.

  2. Class arrangement and special classes according to career paths

    Classes are organized according to proficiency level and career path, morning and after-school study sessions, overnight study in PLAN 2000, and special classes during long holidays.

  3. Strengthen abilities through the Specially Applying Active Program (TAP)

    The school incorporates the "Tokushin Active Program (TAP)" into its academic classes and general learning time to foster inquisitiveness, thinking skills, and presentation skills.

  4. With a unique program

    There are also unique activities such as an English conversation program using the Internet and a "Science Co-Lab" with support from Tohoku University.

Major enrolled Universities

  • The University of Tokyo
  • Kyoto University
  • Tohoku University
  • Hokkaido University
  • Hitotsubashi University
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • University of Tsukuba
  • Ochanomizu University
  • Tokyo Gakugei University
  • Nagoya University
  • Yokohama National University
  • Saitama University
  • Chiba University
  • Niigata University
  • Asahikawa Medical University
  • Hirosaki University
  • Iwate University
  • Miyagi University of Education
  • Akita University
  • Yamagata University
  • Fukushima University
  • Miyagi University
  • National Defense Academy
  • Keio University
  • Waseda University
  • Jichi Medical University
  • Sophia University
  • Meiji University
  • Hosei University
  • Rikkyo University
  • Chuo University
  • Aoyama Gakuin University
  • Tokyo University of Science
  • Tsuda University
  • Gakushuin University
  • Tokyo Woman’s Christian University
  • The Jikei University School of Medicine
  • St. Marianna University School of Medicine
  • Tokyo Women’s Medical University
  • Doshisha University
  • Ritsumeikan University
  • Iwate Medical University
  • …etc

※Results up to March 2020 graduates

Messages from Current Students

Student Voice 01

Weblio classes have improved my pronunciation and listening comprehension.

 I take classes in the morning and after school in Japanese, math, and English. Especially in English, I am learning English pronunciation and listening comprehension in depth through Weblio classes. It is very helpful to be able to take classes online, and my English skills have improved.

Student Voice 02
After-school class

The motivation to study comes naturally in the special education program.

 You may have an image of "just study" in the Special Preparatory Course, but the special feature of this course is that it naturally motivates you to study. Many of the teachers are veterans, and the after-school classes, which can be taken at different levels, are rich in content and very educational.