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【Aichi Shukutoku University】 Japanese Studies Program <2017 Fall Enrollment Application>
Application Deadline: April 28, 2017
*Successful applicants are required to submit the confirmation of enrollment by June 9, 2017.
*Initial Payment has to be made by June 12, 2017.
Application Forms and procedures are available online.
The Center for Japanese Language and Culture at Aichi Shukutoku University was founded in 1992 with a mission to provide students with knowledge of the Japanese language that can be used with confidence on various occasions and for various purposes. In order to pursue such a goal, we keep our classes to maximum of ten students. At CJLC no student is left behind as long as he or she is willing and eager to learn. Our teaching staff is always ready and enthusiastic to satisfy the needs of each student.
At the Aichi Shukutoku University Center for Japanese Language and Culture, we offer courses in Japanese Language instruction to match students’ individual levels, as well as courses in Japanese culture, translation and international cultural theory that place emphasis on practical experience.
We offer six levels of instruction, from "Japanese I (Beginner's Level)" to "Japanese VI (Advanced Level)." There is a once-a-week language counseling hour called "language clinic" for every course, which is the time for students to get indivisual guidance from the instructor.
At CJLC, students have various activities outside the classroom. For example, we take a field trip to Nara and Kyoto in the fall. Students are also encouraged to participate in on-campus events to increase opportunities to interact with Japanese students.
Field Trip (Kyoto/Nara)
The Center for Japanese Language and Culture of Aichi Shukutoku University was founded with a mission to provide students with knowledge of the Japanese language that can be used with confidence on various occasions for various purposes. Our academic starts from September, and the program is designed to complete in one year. However, those who fulfill certain conditions will be permitted to extend their period of study up to another year.
Japanese I 12 credits
Japanese II 12 credits
Japanese III－a（Reading Comprehension) 6 credits
Japanese III－b（Conversational Japanese） 4 credits
Japanese IV－a（Reading Comprehension） 4 credits
Japanese IV－b（Conversational Japanese） 4 credits
Japanese IV－c（Writing Skills） 2 credits
Japanese V－a（Reading Comprehension and Writing Skills） 4 credits
Japanese V－b（Listening Comprehension） 4 credits
Japanese V－c（Speed Reading） 2 credits
Japanese VI－a（Japanese in Humanities) 6 credits
Japanese VI－b（Japanese in Social Sciences） 4 credits
Japanese Listening I 2 credits
Japanese Listening II 2 credits
Japanese Listening III 2 credits
Japanese Listening IV 2 credits
Independent Study 10 credits
Japanese Workshop I 2 credits
Japanese Workshop II 2 credits
Japanese Workshop III 2 credits
Japanese Workshop IV 2 credits
Japanese Workshop V 2 credits
Japanese Workshop VI 2 credits
Special Kanji Studies 2 credits
Japanese Writing 2 credits
Translation 2 credits
Theory of Japanese Grammar 2 credits
Studies of International Culture 2 credits
Intercultural Communication 2credits
Japanese Movies 2 credits
Japanese Culture 2 credits
Sho-do (Calligraphy) 2 credits
Ka-do (Flower Arrangement) 2 credits
Students receive a certificate of completion upon successfully fulfilling the requirements below.
・Completion of two semesters of study
・Earning a minimum of 28 credits with at least 14 credits earned each semester
・Of these 14 credits mentioned above, 12-16 credits (depending on the student's level) per semester must be Japanese language credits