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Thorough and detailed level checks provide an optimal Japanese language-learning environment.
Extensive choice of Japanese culture and society related subjects and special lectures.
Recommended entry into one of Ryukoku University’s undergraduate faculties.
The Japanese Culture and Language Program (JCLP), a one-year program focusing on Japanese language and cultural studies, offers Japanese language courses as well as a variety of elective courses on culture and Japanese affairs. It is an ideal course for students preparing to pursue further education at a Japanese university or graduate school.
JCLP students are eligible to apply for recommended entry into the Ryukoku undergraduate faculties and Junior College.
Faculties accepting recommended entry of JCLP students (as at April, 2016)
April Enrolment: Faculties of Letters, Economics, Business Administration, Law, Policy Science, International Studies, Science and Technology, Sociology, Agriculture (from April, 2017) and the Junior College
September Enrolment:Faculties of Economics, Law and International Studies
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