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Japanese Language and Japanese Studies Courses

The Center offers the following Japanese Language and Japanese Studies courses to meet the needs of International Students.

Japanese Language Courses
The Japanese language Courses range from level 1 for beginners to level 6 for advanced learners, offering about 25 units which cover grammar, conversation, reading and writing skills. Advanced courses cater for those who need to improve skills such as oral presentation and academic writing; classes are usually small and lecturers are attentive to student needs and range of language acquisition abilities.
Students who already have some knowledge of Japanese and who wish to enroll in Japanese language courses, it is a requirement that a Placement Test be taken before the course commences.
All Japanese language courses are open to all international students at Oita University.

Japanese Studies Courses
There is an introductory course on Japan for students who have never lived in Japan. It provides them with basic information on Japanese history, culture and society. There is also a course covering the modalities of intercultural understanding.

Japanese Language and Japanese Studies Courses Spring Semester (PDF)


Notes :

  1. Japanese 1and  Japanese 2 are given in English.
  2. Japanese 1 Grammar/Function, Conversation and Integrated Activities are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  3. Japanese 2 Grammar/Function, Conversation and Integrated Activities are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  4. Japanese 3 Grammar and Conversation are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  5. Japanese 4 Speaking: Japanese 3 is a prerequisite for Japanese 4 Speaking. New students must pass a placement test to be admitted to level 4.
  6. Japanese 5 Speaking: Japanese 4 Speaking is a prerequisite for Japanese 5 Speaking. New students must pass a placement test to be admitted to level 5.

For enquiries please contact the lecturer concerned at the International Student Center.

Japanese Language and Japanese Studies Courses Fall Semester, 2017-2018

Subject Content Level
Japanese 1
Grammar/Function
Grammar/Function Novice
Japanese 1
Conversation
Conversation Novice
Japanese 1
Integrated Activities
Integrated Activities Novice
Japanese 1
Reading
Reading Novice-High
Japanese 2
Grammar
Grammar/Function Novice-High
Japanese 2
Conversation
Conversation Novice-High
Japanese 2
Integrated Activities
Integrated Activities Novice-High
Japanese 2
Reading
Reading Novice-High
Japanese 3
Grammar
Grammar Intermediate-Low
Japanese 3
Conversation
Conversation Intermediate-Low
Japanese 3
 Reading I
Reading Intermediate-Low
Japanese 3
Writing I
Writing/Kanji Intermediate-Low
Japanese 4
Grammar I
Grammar I Intermediate
Japanese 4
Speaking
Speaking Intermediate
Japanese 4
Reading I
Reading I Intermediate
Japanese 4
 Writing I
Writing I Intermediate
Japanese 4
Contextual Japanese 1
Integrated Activities Intermediate
Japanese 5
Grammar/Function I
Grammar I Advanced
Japanese 5
Speaking
Speaking Advanced
Japanese 5
Reading/Writing I
Reading/Writing I Advanced
Japanese Linguistics I Introduction to Japanese Linguistics Superiour
Special Japanese 12
(Japanese Popular Culture)
Popular Culture 2 Superiour
Special Japanese 5
(Academic Writing)
Academic Writing Superiour
Social Networks and Introduction of Oita to the World Ⅰ Intermediate Superiour
Presentation Skill Oral Presentation Superiour
International Education for Sustainable Development Superiour
Japanese for Medical School Students
: Conversation
Basic Conversation Novice
Preparatory Course in Japanese for Pre-Postgraduate Students Grammar/Function /Conversation Novice

Notes :

  1. Japanese 1and  Japanese 2 are given in English.
  2. Japanese 1 Grammar/Function, Conversation and Integrated Activities are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  3. Japanese 2 Grammar/Function, Conversation and Integrated Activities are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  4. Japanese 3 Grammar and Conversation are co-requisites. Students who wish to take these courses are required to take all of these.
  5. Japanese 4 Speaking: Japanese 3 is a prerequisite for Japanese 4 Speaking. New students must pass a placement test to be admitted to level 4.
  6. Japanese 5 Speaking: Japanese 4 Speaking is a prerequisite for Japanese 5 Speaking. New students must pass a placement test to be admitted to level 5.

For enquiries please contact the lecturer concerned at the International Student Center.

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