2019年6月28日 至 8月2日
Focusing on Japanese language study, the program's objective is to improve Japanese proficiency and deepen understanding of both traditional Japanese culture and various aspects of contemporary Japan by taking classes related to Japan, going on fieldtrips and having the opportunity to directly experience the tea ceremony, calligraphy, and so forth. Opportunities to interact with Kanagawa University students have also been incorporated into the program.
Japanese / English
All participants receive a final grade report on their attendance, assignments and final presentation.
50 people (approx. 15 people per class)
Overseas participants must be insured with traveler's insurance.
Kanagawa University helps participants arrange homestay accommodation. Fill out the application form if you want to apply for homestay accommodation through Kanagawa University.
Dormitory and Share House
If you are interested in staying in a dorm, shared house etc. please make accomondation arrangements by yourself.
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鄭雨漩小姐／(02) 3366 2007 分機230／firstname.lastname@example.org
Kanagawa University Japanese Language and Culture Program
Kanagawa University is commited to creating a more attractive academic environment in every dimension of campus life, from education and research to social contribution. With its Yokohama and Shonan Hiratsuka Campuses, Kanagawa University is a comprehensive university with seven undergraduate faculties consisting of 20 departments and two programs, and nine graduate schools offering 16 courses. Students can choose to major in any of a large number of disciplines in the humanities and sciences. Yokohama campus is a funtional and beautiful campus, in a location with convenient access to the Yokohama station area, Minatomirai area and Shibuya, Tokyo.
Each summer Kanagawa University holds Japanese Language and Culture Program for people who want to study about Japan. The purpose of this program is to attain an understanding of Japanese culture through engaging in Tea ceremony and Calligraphy, attending lectures on Japan, and most importantly, learning about the Japanese language.