4. Japanese Language Program
Center for International Education and Exchange
Intensive Japanese Language Program: Suita Campus
An intensive program of 15 weeks, designed mainly for those who receive the Japanese government’s (Monbu-Kagaku-sho) scholarships with Japanese embassy recommendations.
These non-credit courses are divided into three levels and held twice a year during the spring and fall semesters.
Elective Japanese Language Program: Suita/Toyonaka Campus
Open for all international students. General and technical Japanese courses are offered in six levels once or twice per week. Each student may choose courses in accordance with her or his Japanese proficiency level and academic requirements. These non-credit courses are held twice a year in the spring and fall semesters.
General Education Courses – Japanese Subjects (Liberal Arts and Sciences): Toyonaka Campus (One unit only at Suita Campus)
Two courses, “Japanese Language” and “Multicultural Communication”, are offered for regular international undergraduate students in their second language, whose subject is related to Japanese.
Center for Japanese Language and Culture at Minoh Campus
The Japanese Studies Program
Intended for undergraduate-level Japanese government scholars specializing in Japanese Studies, this one-year program consists of the Practical Japanese Course and the Research Course, and the latter is further subdivided into the Japanese Language Research Sub-course and the Japanese Cultural Studies Sub-course.
Undergraduate Students Program
This is a one-year preparatory program for international students who come to Japan to study in Japanese universities with a Japanese government scholarship. Students are classified into the “Humanities/Social Sciences” and” Natural Sciences” courses according to their fields of study. Each course is further divided into two levels.
The Maple Program is one of the short-term student exchange programs for one year, and is promoted by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) and the Japan Student Service Organization (JASSO).
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