Kobe University Summer Program in Japanese Language and Culture 2022

Kobe University campus
Published: 6 May 2022

Highlights

The Kobe University Summer Program in Japanese Language & Culture (Summer Program) is an intensive 10-day course for students studying Japanese at Universities sharing academic partnerships with Kobe University. Due to the global pandemic, the 2022 session like 2021, will be held online.

This program focusses on engaging students' Reading, Listening, Writing & Speaking skills through studying current issues in Japan, aiming to raise overall Japanese ability, as well as deepening understanding today's Japanese society. It particularly aims to strengthen the speaking ability of students at Upper Intermediate level. Through classes and interaction with Japanese people, the program hopes to provide an experience as close to studying in Japan as possible. Kobe University welcomes all students to apply--especially those who planned to study abroad if not for COVID-19.

Eligibility

●Japanese Language Level: Upper Intermediate (JLPT N2 or CEFR B2 equivalent*) *JLPT N2  CEFR B2

Program Content and hours

1. Japanese language (26 hours)

a. Lectures: Students will learn about current issues in Japan such as education, society & culture from various learning materials.

b. Tutorials: Students will converse with Kobe University students to consolidate their understanding and apply language skills.

2. Area Studies (4 hours)

3. Final Presentation (2 hours)

Total 32 hours

Enrolment Type and Fees

Enrolment Type: Exchange places available

Fees: 40,000 JPY program fee. Tuition fees: For Exchange - students nominated for an Exchange place will pay regular tuition fees to UNSW only

Apply

Students should register their interest at https://unsw.aglobal.education/st-application-2022  by 12 May 2022.

To be nominated for a Short Program Exchange place, the CIS Exchange Pre approval form  must be completed and signed by the faculty/course authorities and submitted to our office at the time of registration (or as soon as possible afterwards).

For more information seeApplying for credit and funding for your overseas short course.


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