Academics

Summary

A comprehensive Japanese language learning program

In this Japanese language program, students from diverse cultural and language backgrounds study in groups that are appropriate to their level of proficiency, from beginner to very advanced levels. Our teachers are highly experienced and respond with personal attention to each student's learning needs. The aim of the program is to bring the students to understand Japanese society and culture, and to attain comprehensive Japanese language skills that are appropriate for a variety of situations. These skills include the reading and writing competencies that are required for an internship, and the ability to give presentations in Japanese.

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  1. Coordinated educational materials are used.
  2. Attaining comprehensive Japanese language skills
  3. Developing the skills required for a variety of situations
  4. A well-rounded syllabus focusing on functional Japanese
  5. Presenting a formal talk in Japanese
  6. Very useful - can be used immediately in an internship
  7. Understanding Japanese society and culture - Learning Japanese manners
  8. Experienced teachers respond with personal attention to each student's learning needs.
  9. Beginner to very advanced levels
  10. All students will improve their level of language proficiency.
  11. Students from diverse cultural and language backgrounds study together.

The program can form part of a Dokkyo undergraduate course

Students can take subjects within various undergraduate courses in addition to the Japanese program (depending on the student's level of proficiency). They have access to the library, PC courses, on-campus Internet, and other facilities, which diversifies their study methods.
Students can also participate in the club activities within the university, which allow them to interact with Japanese students.

  1. Students can take subjects within various undergraduate courses (depending on the student's level of proficiency).
  2. Interaction with Japanese students is facilitated by participation in club activities within the university.
  3. Students have access to PC courses and on-campus Internet.
  4. Students have access to various facilities such as the library.

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