Past Japanese language training courses

In this section, we'd like to introduce some of the Japanese-language training projects we have conducted in the past.

Asian Youth Fellowship Scholarship for Higher Education in Japan (AYF Program) (Implemented from 2006 to 2010)

This Japanese course consisted of seven months of intensive tuition designed to acquire daily communication ability, and the ability to enable students to conduct research activities at graduate schools in Japan. The course included making basic presentations in participant's field of research. The course targeted university graduates and graduate students from 11 countries including ASEAN countries and Bangladesh.


Japanese-Language Training Course for Potential Indonesian Care Workers (Fiscal 2008)

Commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we implemented an approximately six-month intensive course in Japanese for 56 potential Indonesian care workers, who the Japanese government had agreed to accept based on an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with Indonesia.


Japanese-Language Library Training Course (Implemented from 1997 to 2007)

As a means of providing library training for foreign institutes of higher education, academic research facilities, cultural exchange facilities, and public libraries, we offered a six-month intensive course in Japanese that was designed to improve students' operational ability in the language for practical use in the library profession.


Japanese-Language Training Course for Researchers and Graduate Students (Implemented from 2003 to 2008)

This Japanese course, offering two-, four-, and eight-month classes designed to improve students' operational ability and language skills required for research, targeted foreign researchers (with a speciality in sociology or the humanities) and graduate students who were majoring in sociology or the humanities in a foreign graduate school and hoped to work in the field of Japanese studies in the future.


 

Japanese-Language Training Course for Graduate Students (Implemented from 1997 to 2002)

This Japanese course, offering two-, four-, and six-month classes designed to improve students' operational ability and language skills required in research activities, targeted graduate students majoring in sociology or the humanities at a foreign graduate school.


Japanese-Language Training Course for Researchers (Implemented from 1997 to 2002)

This Japanese course, offering six- and nine-month classes designed to improve students' operational ability and language skills required for understanding specialist information and collecting resource materials, targeted researchers working in the field of sociology or the humanities. (The six-month class was only offered in fiscal 2002.)


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