Tohoku University Japanese Program (TUJP) - Spring

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About the program

Tohoku University Japanese Program (TUJP) is a short program designed to improve your Japanese proficiency and deepen your understanding of Japan.

The program consists of intensive Japanese lessons with many hands-on activities to practice Japanese. In addition, there are interactive lessons on traditional and modern Japanese culture and society. Moreover, there are collaborative learning activities with local Tohoku University students. Also “buddies” (local students) will make you feel welcome, and assist you during the program.

This program also includes relevant lectures and cultural workshops as well as many opportunities to interact with Tohoku University students.

Enrolment Type and Fees


Fees: JPY 80,000 Program fee (includes tuition fee and textbooks)

Academic Credit

Approval for credit transfer is at the discretion of your Faculty.

Students otherwise may be approved to take a Short Course on a Not-for-Credit basis.

Your Learning Abroad Journey

Here are the 10 steps that make up the Learning Abroad process from start to finish:

Step 1

Check your eligibility (including a progression check) and register via the link below

Step 2

Accept your UNSW nomination for the program

Step 3

Follow host institution's application process

Step 4

Accept the offer from the host to secure your place

Step 5

Pre-departure preparation and planning

Step 6

Confirm your commencement of the program

Step 7

Connect and Engage while Learning Abroad

Step 8

Return from Learning Abroad and complete credit transfer (if applicable)

Step 9

Reflect and complete the Returned Student Questionnaire

Step 10

Become a Learning Abroad ambassador and share your experience!

Ready to apply?

Register your interest for this program at

by 10 November 2023. Further instructions will then be sent to you by email.

More information

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