Extremely affordable Japanese language lessons from NCF and Ensogo!

April 24, 2012
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Today, I received an email from Betty Mojica-sensei, my mentor and principal of the Nihongo Center Foundation. She told me that the NCF has partnered with Ensogo (be still my heart, haha) on a groupon deal for Elementary 1 Japanese lessons. :D

What does an NCF elementary 1 course cover?

  • Study of basic grammatical patterns
  • Simple Conversation
  • Writing Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji – not all schools teach you Kanji at the beginner level
  • Kanji: around 50 characters
  • Vocabulary: more than 400 words
  • 68 class hours

How much?

An elementary 1 course will normally set you back P11,900. I know, many people have commented that it is too expensive. Well, I say invest in your brain. Not on gadgets or clothes :P But here is your chance to avail of the course for almost 60% less. This deal will only cost you P4,999. Great, huh?

If interested in getting this groupon, click here: http://www.ensogo.com.ph/manila/nihongo-center-foundation-04232012.html

Seriously, I am excited for this deal. If only the school had this when I was still a student :P If you have questions about the school in general, please ask away by posting a comment below. I began my Japanese language studies at NCF Manila in 2001 (I know, more than a decade ago!) and I am now a faculty member (albeit on temporary leave).

For more information about this deal, or other Nihongo Center courses, please get in touch with:

Location: Nihongo Center – Manila Campus 825 R. Papa St. Sampaloc, Manila (in front of FEU Gymnasium and PSBA)
Reservation phone no.: 7353179/7353005
Reservation email: bpmnihongocenter@gmail.com

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4 Responses to Extremely affordable Japanese language lessons from NCF and Ensogo!

  1. February 21, 2016 at 00:14

    Pls let me know the schedule of your classes thanks and the tuition fee,to include materials

  2. June 9, 2014 at 15:21

    hey, i would like to ask, its a conversational method of japanese learning style of teaching? how about if it is cheap but after all the study talking japanese cannot respond immediately. like those higher JLPT can write and read but communicate

  3. September 29, 2012 at 00:05

    If only it were that easy. I’ve been studying Japanese . And kanji is difficult for me. Trying to learn them all… challenging.
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