Nihongo Scholarships for Palayan City Residents

Good news for Palayan City residents who are interested in Japanese culture.

The Rizal Memorial Colleges in cooperation with the Palayan City Business Hub is giving scholarships for Basic Nihongo Course (Japanese language) to residents of Palayan City.

The first batch of Nihongo scholars numbering 200 students started their Japanese language course last June 13 that will run for four months, which is equivalent to 280 hours. The scholarship was made possible through the generosity of Mayor Rianne Cuevas and her family.

What makes the RMC-PCBH Japanese language course unique is the certainty of employment in Japan. While the Nihongo scholars are studying, their placement is being readies through the satellite office of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in PCBH.

Nihongo classes are held at the PCBH campus of the Rizal Memorial Colleges located at the 4th Floor of the Government Building of the Palayan City Business Hub in Barangay Singalat.

Students will learn not only to speak conversational Nihongo but also how to read and write in Hiragana (Japanese alphabet), Katakana (Japanese alphabet for foreign words) and Kanji (similar to Chinese characters).

Enrolment for the second batch of 200 Nihongo scholars starts in September. Non-residents of Palayan City may also avail of the Basic Nihongo Course on a study-now-pay-later scheme, which will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Inquiries on Nihongo scholarships, including qualifications, can be made directly at PCBH campus of RMC.

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Kath loves writing about people and places. Apart from writing gig, she inks in the calendar her singing gigs every week. Kath is a content writer for PCBH Newsroom.

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