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Intensive Japanese Course

Contact

Asia UniversityInternational Center

  • 5-24-10 Sakai, Musashino-shi,Tokyo 180-8629 JAPAN
  • Tel: 81-422-36-3255
  • Fax: 81-422-36-4869
  • E-mail: kkcinfo@asia-u.ac.jp

Message from Faculty Members

Mr. Jun SHIMIZU

Mr. Jun SHIMIZU

Set your goals and make your time in class meaningful!

The advanced class aims for the acquisition of intermediate-to-advanced Japanese. Students also prepare to progress to Graduate School through attending the undergraduate-level classes. This class is good for students who aim to go to the graduate school. You will not only improve your Japanese but also learn about the Japanese university’s lectures.
One year in the Intensive Japanese Course is only a passing point in your life. Let’s have a meaningful time toward your larger goal.

Mr. Jun MIKADO

Mr. Jun MIKADO

By listening, talking, reading, and writing as much as possible, your Japanese will improve dramatically!

The intermediate class starts directly from the second half of the beginners’ class, and aims for the acquisition of advanced Japanese, as well as moving toward admission into Asia University. There are classes from morning untill late afternoon with many things to learn, and it is certainly not easy, but when graduates of the Intensive Japanese Course (who are now studying in the regular college) are asked for comments, they all say, “The year spent in the Intensive Japanese Course was really great!”.
Through having a set goal, the Intensive Japanese Course offers an opportunity to make your time in class meaningful. I look forward to meeting you all.

Ms. Keiko TABEI

Ms. Keiko TABEI

To you one year from now;

The beginners’ class is for students who aim to go to Asia University after learning some Japanese. The class starts with easy study but you will learn a lot.
Let’s enjoy studying by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Japanese with students from various countries. We also travel and eat out together. Next year, you will be able to talk with Japanese people well and study at the university.
I look forward to seeing you in one year with a congratulatory message, “Your Japanese has improved a lot!”

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