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Education

Broadmedia Group is organized into four segments: Studio & Content, Broadcast, Technology, and Education.

The Education segment is composed of two parts. One is the operation of the three wide-area, online, credit-based schools of the Renaissance High School Group using the Internet and digital teaching materials. Renaissance High School, Renaissance Toyota High School and Renaissance Osaka High School are recognized by the Cabinet Office as Kyoiku Tokku (special education zones) and offer many different courses geared toward students’ wishes, such as the first eSports course among high schools in Japan and the W School Course where students can pursue the acquisition of professional skills and qualifications relating to sports, entertainment or beauty care, or concentrate on studying overseas or preparing for university entrance exams.

The other is the development of plans for and the operation of the Japanese Language Center for non-Japanese learners of the Japanese language. We train teachers to teach Japanese to non-Japanese people and provide non-Japanese employees with Japanese language training using our original method of teaching Japanese in Japanese.