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■【Kyoto University of Foreign Studies】Japanese Studies Center for International Students: 2020 April Enrollment Application
April Enrollment Application 1 (Domestic and International)
September 11, 2019 (Wed.) - October 30 (Wed.)
April Enrollment Application 2 (Domestic Resident Only)
January 8, 2020 (Wed.) - January 27 (Mon.)
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In the Bekka (Japanese Studies Center for International Students) you can study Japanese language and culture together with foreign exchange students from over 20 countries across Europe, north and south America, Aasia, and Oceania. This unique environment is sure to make your foreign studies in Japan a fulfilling experience.
In addition to Japanese language classes divided by proficiency levels and lessons on traditional Japanese culture such as tea ceremony, flower arrangement, calligraphy, and Noh-Kyogen, project curriculums centered around hands-on experience together with Japanese students in the university also offer an enriching experience. Depending on Japanese proficiency level, students may also participate in other courses in the University.
Foreign students will also have many opportunities to learn about Japan outside the classroom. Joining clubs, going on study tours twice a year, observing the Gion and Jidai festivals, cultural exchange programs with elementary schools in the area… these are just some of the cultural exchange activities that will deepen your understanding of Japan and Japanese people.
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