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You don’t need to pay tuition all at once. You can make payments in installments to adjust to your situation.
Tuition is a necessary fee in order to acquire a skill. However, tuition does not come cheap. It may be difficult if you have to think about making payment in a lump sum. Tsujicho Group also has an installment payment plan. Please feel free to contact us for further questions.

Tuition

Tuition (for the 2018 school year) 
Note: Tuition includes all costs for materials.

Three-year Programs

TSUJI Culinary Institute Advanced Culinary Arts and Management Course

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  1st
year
2nd
year
3rd
year
Entrance Fee 250,000
yen
- -
Program
Development
Fee
70,000
yen
- -
Course Fee 1,026,000
yen
1,040,000
yen
1,034,000
yen
Practical
Training Fee
540,000
yen
560,000
yen
440,000
yen
Tuition
Amount
1,886,000
yen
1,600,000
yen
1,474,000
yen
Two-year Programs

TSUJI Culinary Institute Culinary Arts and Management Course

TSUJI Institute of Patisserie Confectionery Arts and Management Course

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  1st year 2nd year
Entrance
Fee
250,000
yen
-
Program
Development
Fee
70,000
yen
-
Course Fee 1,026,000
yen
1,200,000
yen
Practical
Training Fee
540,000
yen
624,000
yen
Tuition
Amount
1,886,000
yen
1,824,000
yen
One-year Programs

TSUJI Culinary Institute / TSUJI Institute of Patisserie Regular Course

  1st year
Entrance
Fee
250,000
yen
Program
Development
Fee
70,000
yen
Course Fee 1,090,000
yen
Practical
Training
Fee
730,000
yen
Tuition
Amount
2,140,000
yen

Miscellaneous expenses required in addition to tuition
(examples of miscellaneous expenses during the 2017 school year)

TSUJI Culinary Institute

Advanced Culinary Arts and Management Course

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  First
Year
Second
Year
Third
Year
Amount Approx.
250,000
yen
Approx.
26,000
yen
Approx.
20,000
yen
Breakdown Educational materials, chefwear (single set), knife set, Compitum (Tsujicho Group Alumni Association) membership fee, student insurance, computer for class use (specified model, your personal property) Educational materials, chef shoes, student insurance Educational materials, student insurance, chef license application fees

Culinary Arts and Management Course

  First
Year
Second
Year
Amount Approx.
266,000
yen
Approx.
31,000
yen
Breakdown Educational materials, chefwear (single set), knife set, Compitum (Tsujicho Group Alumni Association) membership fee, student insurance, computer for class use (specified model, your personal property) Educational materials, chef shoes, student insurance, chef license application fees

Regular Course

Amount Approx. 166,000 yen
Breakdown Educational materials, chefwear (single set), knife set, guidance training camp fee, outside educational expenses, Compitum (Tsujicho Group Alumni Association) membership fee, student insurance, chef license application fees
TSUJI Institute of Patisserie

Confectionery Arts and Management Course

  First
Year
Second
Year
Amount Approx.
97,000
yen
Approx.
21,000
yen
Breakdown Educational materials, chefwear (single set), confectionery study set, Compitum (Tsujicho Group Alumni Association) membership fee, and student insurance Educational materials, student insurance, and Confectionery Hygiene Master License fees

Regular Course

Amount Approx. 97,000 yen
Breakdown Educational materials, chefwear (single set), confectionery study set, Compitum (Tsujicho Group Alumni Association) membership fee, and student insurance
  • Contributions, school debt payments, air-conditioning fees, meal fees, etc. are not required.
  • Prices change according to the amount of chefwear and type of knife set to be purchased.
  • Separate fees are required for taking separate study courses and when participating in study tours.
  • Student Insurance
    In order to provide students with a sense of security so that they can carry on with their academic lives, all students become members of “Student 24 Hour Aid,” a system available 24 hours a day to provide students with support outside of school as well.
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  • TSUJI Culinary Institute will notify new students regarding the type of computer, etc. required for the Advanced Culinary Arts and Management Course (three-year program) and Culinary Arts and Management Course (two-year program) before entering the school.
  • Transportation expenses are not provided for travel to locations where TSUJI Culinary Institute’s Advanced Culinary Arts and Management Course (three-year program) and Culinary Arts and Management Course (two-year program) training classes are held.

Tuition and miscellaneous expenses needed for studying at the France School
(FY2018)

Students who participate in the France Studies Course will study overseas at the Tsujicho Group’s France location based in Lyon after completing the TSUJI Culinary Institute Regular Course or the TSUJI Institute of Patisserie Regular Course.

France School

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Break
down
Course Fee 1,398,000 yen
Practical
Training Fee
1,140,000 yen
Boarding
Expenses
510,000 yen *Includes expenses for utilities and
food expenses during holidays
Visa and
Residency Permit
Application Fees
60,000 yen *Includes cost of physical examination
Stage Training
Expenses
150,000 yen
Amount for Tuition
and Miscellaneous
Expenses
3,258,000 yen
  • Students in this course do not need to pay the France School entrance fee (150,000 yen) and program development fee (150,000 yen).
  • For studying at the France School, in addition to the requirements previously listed, it is necessary for students to have overseas student insurance, round trip air tickets, living expenses during Stage training, etc.
    *Stage is a training program where students experience real training at local restaurants and patisseries after completing their studies at the French School. The Stage program is for students who have passed a screening process at the France School.
  • Students in this course are not required to take an examination for entrance into the France School. While enrolled during their first year, students are able to take classes during that year that will help them in their overseas studies.
  • In order to determine whether students will start in April or October, the school will look at the interest of the students, and refer to their tests at the school, attendance record, and homeroom teacher evaluation.
  • During the first year of enrollment, an information session will be held on travel procedures, etc.
  • Although this course is a prerequisite for studying at the France School, there are cases in which it is not possible for students to study abroad in light of their grades, number of days of attendance, health condition, and so on during the first year of enrollment.

Note: Students are not able to receive scholarships from the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) to attend the Tsujicho Group’s France School.

Payment Method

Tuition can be paid in a lump sum, or in two or four installments. Paying in installments does not change the total price of tuition.

Three-year Programs

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  Upon
Acceptance(initial payment)
2nd
Installment(when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
3rd
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
Second
Installment (when selecting the Two
Installment Method)
4th
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
1st Year Within 2 weeks of receiptof acceptance letter Late June
2018
Late
September
2018
Mid December
2018
Lump Sum
Payment
1,886,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 1,103,000
yen
- 783,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 711,500 yen 391,500 yen 391,500 yen 391,500 yen
2nd Year Mid March
2019
Late June
2019
Late
September
2019
Mid December
2019
Lump Sum
Payment
1,600,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 800,000 yen - 800,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 400,000 yen 400,000 yen 400,000 yen 400,000 yen
3rd Year Mid March
2020
Late June
2020
Late
September
2020
Mid December
2020
Lump Sum
Payment
1,474,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 737,000 yen - 737,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 368,500 yen 368,500 yen 368,500 yen 368,500 yen
Two-year Programs

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  Upon
Acceptance(initial payment)
2nd
Installment(when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
3rd
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
Second
Installment (when selecting the Two
Installment Method)
4th
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
1st Year Within 2 weeks of receiptof acceptance letter Late June
2018
Late
September 2018
Mid December
2018
Lump Sum
Payment
1,886,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 1,103,000
yen
- 783,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 711,500 yen 391,500 yen 391,500 yen 391,500 yen
2nd Year Mid March
2019
Late June
2019
Late
September
2019
Mid December
2019
Lump Sum
Payment
1,824,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 912,000 yen - 912,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 456,000 yen 456,000 yen 456,000 yen 456,000 yen
One-year Programs

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  Upon
Acceptance(initial payment)
2nd
Installment(when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
3rd
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
Second
Installment (when selecting the Two
Installment Method)
4th
Installment (when selecting the Four
Installment Method)
1st year Within 2 weeks of receiptof acceptance letter Late June
2018
Late
September
2018
Mid December
2018
Lump Sum
Payment
2,140,000
yen
- - -
Two Installment Method 1,230,000
yen
- 910,000 yen -
Four Installment Method 775,000 yen 455,000 yen 455,000 yen 455,000 yen

For questions on tuition/enrollment…Contact the Tsujicho Group International Students Enrollment Center

Within Japan
0120-24-2418Toll-free number
Calling From overseas
+81-6-6629-0208

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