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Short term and Semester Study Abroad Program (for Incoming Students)

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Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program, Japanese Language and Culture Course (JLC)Division of International Affairs (Japanese Language and Culture Course (JLC))

  JLC is designed to teach the language and culture of Japan to those who are enrolled in or have graduated from foreign universities and graduate schools. The subjects covered are Japanese Language, Japan Studies and Global Frontier Classes (English mediated classes in a wide range of disciplines). The Japanese language classes are taught in Japanese and all the other classes are taught in English. Period of study is either one semester (half a year) or two semesters (one year) and students can start the course either in April or September.

Japanese Language and Culture Program Short-Term Intensive Japanese Language and Culture Course (IJLC)Division of International Affairs (Intensive Japanese Language and Culture Course (IJLC))

  IJLC is offered twice in summer and winter each for two to three weeks, and the course is designed to help students from foreign universities and graduate schools develop a deep understanding of the Japanese language, culture and society. In addition to language lessons, it provides hands-on cultural activities and weekend field trips that participants learn about different aspects of Japan’s culture and society.

Summer School at Kansai UniversityDivision of International Affairs (Summer School at Kansai University)

  All courses, including Project based Learning (PBL), offered in Summer School at Kansai University are taught in English. Summer School at Kansai University program is available in 2 week and 4 week units.
  You may take Survival Japanese Language class as an optional course. This course is a good start to learn Japanese language if you have never learned Japanese before.

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