Diversity promotion is a goal set by FFLC. Diversity among students in education directly affects their performance. Generally, students work better in a diverse atmosphere, allowing them to focus and thrust themselves further when there are students of other backgrounds studying alongside them. This promotes creativity, as well as better education, as those with differing viewpoints are able to collaborate to create solutions. Currently FFLC is having around 500 students from 45 countries around the world including Japanese students too.
FFLC is located within Fukuoka City, a flourishing, energetic city of 1.3 million people and a major political, economic, cultural hub serving Kyushu island and, more broadly, western Japan. It’s a short 3 minutes’ walk from the Yoshizuka JR railway station or 5 minutes’ walk from the Maidashi-kyudai-byoin-mae subway station to the school. In addition, airport access is just 15 minutes’ from the school by car. Public transportations are widely available around the school.
Interact With Japanese Students
Students will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Japanese students at the lounge or through the events organized by the FFLC.
There will be Multilanguage-speaking staffs available to assist you with any issues that may arise during your time at the school.
Mix and mingle with your fellow students or do some last minute studying in the student lounge. Students will also have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Japanese students at the lounge or through the events organized by the school.
Free Wifi is available for the students at the lounge.
FFLC students have the opportunity to take part in extracurricular activities besides their study. Both Japanese and international students take part that will not only help round out their academic experience at FFLC but also allow them to make connections with other country students while enjoying a variety of activities. Currently FFLC Adventure Club is there to organize events for the students that includes hiking, temple visit, sightseeing trip outside or inside the city, exploring Japanese culture etc. Also we are planning to start some more clubs for our students. Please Join us and enjoy !!!