List of Japanese Courses Provided by Faculties / Graduate Schools
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology / Faculty of Letters
|Course title||Japanese Language Course, Office of International Students and Scholars|
|Office in charge||Japanese Language Staff, Office of International Students and Scholars (Phone: 03- 5841-3734)|
|teradan AT l.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate School of Education / Faculty of Education
|Course title and outline||Doctoral Thesis Support Program
Help in revising unnatural or incorrect Japanese expressions in international students' Doctoral theses or prepublication papers for academic journals (individual tutoring).
|Master's Thesis Support Program
Help in revising unnatural or incorrect Japanese expressions in international students' Master's theses (individual tutoring).
|International Relations Office Tutoring
Consultation on Japanese language study or other studies at the International Relations Office.
|Japanese Language Course for Thesis Writing
Class on how to write academic theses in Japanese.
|Thesis Writing Support for International Students
Individual guidance by Japanese students on Japanese expressions in international students' theses (no application required for international students).
|Office in charge||Student Support Team (International Students; Phone: 03-5841-3908)|
|gakuseishien AT p.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate Schools for Law and Politics
|Course title||Japanese Language Study Group|
|Course outline||Reading and discussing articles on current events in Japan.|
|Office in charge||International Student Advisor (Phone: 03-5841-3124)|
|jryugaku AT j.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences / Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences
|Course title||Language Courses
R (reading, advanced), W3 (writing, advanced), W2 (writing, intermediate to advanced), L (listening and speaking, intermediate to advanced), I1 (lower intermediate) and I2 (upper intermediate)
|Course outline||This noncredit course is open to international students/researchers in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the College of Arts and Sciences, or Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences who wish to identify and overcome their Japanese language problems. The course is offered in both the summer and winter semesters.|
|Office in charge||Komaba International Office (Phone: 03-5454-6064)|
|ryugakusei-g AT adm.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate School of Engineering / Faculty of Engineering / Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
|Course title||Japanese Language Courses, School of Engineering|
|Course outline||The courses are open to international students/researchers in the School of Engineering, the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, and some departments of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, and to their spouses. The purpose of the courses is to enhance international exchange and facilitate students' daily and academic activities in Japan. Twenty courses in Japanese language/affairs are provided from beginning to advanced levels in the summer and winter semesters.
Each course lasts 15 weeks. Details are posted on the School of Engineering's website.
|Office in charge||Japanese Language Staff, Room 133, Faculty of Engineering Building. 8
|jp-class AT t-adm.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences / Faculty of Agriculture
|Course title||Japanese Courses, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences / Faculty of Agriculture|
|Office in charge||Office for International Cooperation and Exchange (Phone: 03-5841-8122)|
|oice AT ofc.a.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
|Course title||Japanese Language Courses|
|Office in charge||International Liaison Office (Phone: 04-7136-4561)|
|ilo AT k.u-tokyo.ac.jp|
Komaba II Campus
|Course title||The Japanese Language Course at Komaba Research Campus|
|Course outline||Komaba Research Campus offers this course to improve the Japanese language proficiency of international students/researchers.
Period: Summer-semester course, April to July; winter-semester course, October to February.
Classes: Basic I, Basic II, Intermediate (approximately 15 students each)
Content: The basic classes are aimed at building communication skills (mainly conversational), with attention to basic grammar. The intermediate class is aimed at further enhancing practical conversational skills through combination of basic-level sentence patterns.
|Office in charge||International Relations Section, Institute of Industrial Science (IIS)|
|kokusai AT iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp|