KCJS Summer Programs in Intermediate, Advanced and Classical Japanese

KCJS Summer Programs in Intermediate, Advanced and Classical Japanese http://www.kcjs.jp/summer_programs/index.html

The Kyoto Consortium of Japanese Studies (KCJS) is pleased to announce its Summer Programs in Intermediate, Advanced and Classical Japanese.

These intensive programs, held at Doshisha University in Kyoto, offers training in intermediate, advanced or classical Japanese for highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students who have completed one year of Japanese or the equivalent. Students enroll in the intermediate, advanced or the classical course, each of which carries eight points of credit on a Columbia University transcript upon completion.

Language instruction will be provided by the regular faculty of KCJS, which is now in its 26nd year as a highly successful junior-year-abroad program in Kyoto,and by visiting faculty from member schools of the KCJS consortium. Conversation partners will be arranged for students of modern Japanese to provide additional speaking practice. Field trips (including one overnight trip), guest lectures, and other activities that utilize Kyoto’s rich cultural resources complement classroom instruction. Students live in homestays or apartments near campus.

For further details about the KCJS Summer Programs, please visit http://www.kcjs.jp/summer_programs/index.html

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