WASEDA GAKUSHUKENKYUKAI（5869 TSE Standard）
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Operating Group Instruction Cram Schools
WASEDA GAKUSHUKENKYUKAI operates group instruction cram schools and individual instruction cram schools for elementary, junior high school and high school students.
The company’s net sales in fiscal year ended March 2023 were 73.7% from group instruction cram schools for elementary and junior high school students, 18.8% from group instruction cram schools for high school students, and 7.5% from individual instruction cram schools for elementary, junior high school and high school students. WASEDA GAKUSHUKENKYUKAI’s school facilities (classrooms) are located in Gunma, Tochigi, Saitama and Tokyo prefectures, with a total number of 59 schools (classrooms) as of the end of October 2023.
WASEDA GAKUSHUKENKYUKAI’s group instruction cram schools for elementary and junior high school students provide high-quality lessons and detailed support. For elementary school students there is a focus to enhance their academic abilities, while for junior high school students, the emphasis is to prepare for high school entrance exams.
Group instruction cram schools for high school students to prepare students for university entrance exams and have succeeded in sending many students to the top universities in Japan.
Individual instruction cram schools for elementary, junior high and high school students provide one-to-one or small group (up to four) tutoring. Students can use study rooms for self-study, even on days when they have no class. Additionally, they can consult tutors if any questions arise.
WASEDA GAKUSHUKENKYUKAI’s revenues are comprised of mainly tuition fees paid by students. The company's cost of sales are expenses incurred in operating its schools (classrooms), such as personnel expenses, procurement costs of teaching materials, rent expenses, depreciation and supply expenses. In fiscal year ended March 2023, personnel expenses (including salaries, allowances and bonuses, and legal welfare expenses) accounted for 70.0% of the cost of sales. Selling, general and administrative expenses are mainly advertising expenses and personnel expenses related to the administrative department, of which advertising expenses accounted for 21.1% and salaries and allowances for 20.3%.