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Special courses of Japanese language attached to Universities for international students are programs for the study of Japanese language, Japanese culture, Japanese affairs and other related subjects. They are preparatory courses intended for students who hope to continue their studies at universities, graduate schools, and junior colleges. / Special course participants can also make use the facilities and services of the university.
Teikyo University's Preparatory Japanese Language Course holds small-size classes arranged by Japanese level that take into account each student's career plans and goals, such as advancement to university or graduate school studies. Course participants that wish to enroll at Teikyo University full-time are given special considerations, such as a waiver for some enrollment fees.
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies was founded in 1959. With " PAX MUNDI PER LINGUAS" as a motto and mindset, the university puts great effort into educational research, not only in linguistics, but also in a broad range of background issues such as culture and customs. KUFS also implements many international exchange programs and continues to raise levels of erudition in an effort to become a bridge across the global seas.
Kansai University opened Minami-Senri International Plaza in April, 2012, as part of an international initiative, and established the Kansai University Japanese Language and Cultural Program Preparatory Course (Bekka).
The purpose of this course is to provide instruction in the Japanese language, Japan studies, and Japanese culture to international students who intend to proceed to the next stage of education as an undergraduate or post-graduate student at Kansai University or at other Japanese universities. In principle, this is a one-year course.
The period of study is one-year, however there are cases in which it can be extended to a maximum period of two years.
・ Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka) homepage
・ Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka) pamphlet
・ Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka) Admission Guide
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 these schools, you can study Japanese language from the basic level. There are schools and courses only for the study of Japanese language, and schools and courses for students aiming to enter special schools and universities. Classes of mathematics, science, and an integrated subjects, etc. are provided in addition to Japanese language in preparatory courses for entering universities.
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