Course in Tokyo Japan

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You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

Les cours peuvent varier de beaucoup en longueur. Certains cours à plein temps dure quelques semaines et d'autres quelques années. Certains cours à temps partiel peuvent même durer plus longtemps.

Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.

Tokyo is Japan’s capital city. This place is known to be one of the most expensive cities of the world. Moreover, Tokyo is also known for its good quality education institutions like University of Tokyo and Waseda University.

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Learn Japanese in Tokyo

KCP International Japanese Language School
Campus Full time 18 months October 2017 Japan Tokyo

KCP International Japanese Language School, a Non-profit Educational Foundation, is pleased to be able to offer students from around the world a unique opportunity to learn more about Japan, and its language, people and culture. [+]

Course Studies 2017 in Tokyo Japan. Description KCP International Japanese Language School, a Non-profit Educational Foundation, is pleased to be able to offer students from around the world a unique opportunity to learn more about Japan, and its language, people and culture. Our programs are open to all English speaking students in good class standing as well as post graduate and adults. KCP's strength is our attention to quality language instruction. Our carefully integrated language and culture program offers the student a unique opportunity to develop Japanese language proficiency while gaining an understanding of the Japanese culture and modern society. Highlights High-quality instruction with personalized attention, conveniently offered five times a year at all academic levels, over one and a half years (12 semester hours) of Japanese language credit each semester, homestay, with breakfast and dinners, or private dormitory room provided. All local transportation between lodging and school is provided and numerous excursions to many cultural, historical, and political sites in and around Tokyo. Subject Areas Asian Studies Culture Intensive Language Japanese Term Fall, Spring, Summer, Academic Year Program Fees Include: Tuition and all fees Textbooks On-site orientation Airport-pick-up Academic credit Homestay or private dormitory with local transportation pass Numerous educational excursions and cultural activities in and around Tokyo Medical insurance [-]

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Lakeland College Japan
Campus Full time Part time April 2017 Japan Tokyo

For non-native English speakers who need to improve their English skills to meet the challenges of academic study, there is Lakeland’s EAP (English for Academic Purposes) program. The EAP is an intensive program designed to assist students to acquire not only English language skills but also the academic and study skills necessary for college success. [+]

EAP: Acquire the Tools for Academic Success For non-native English speakers who need to improve their English skills to meet the challenges of academic study, there is Lakeland’s EAP (English for Academic Purposes) program. The EAP is an intensive program designed to assist students to acquire not only English language skills but also the academic and study skills necessary for college success. Teachers in the EAP program help students improve their general English reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills and increase their knowledge of vocabulary necessary for college study. What makes the program unique, however, is that EAP classes focus on developing such academic abilities as note-taking, summarizing, test-taking, essay writing, classroom discussion, and presentation skills. Intensive Study: EAP students attend 5 days a week, 3 classes per day—in all, students spend over 21 hours per week in the classroom. In addition, they can expect 2 or more hours of homework nightly. The intensive workload enables students to maximize their time as they work to develop their academic English skill and prepares them for the demands of college study in a foreign language. Small Classes: As the average EAP class size is 17 students, teachers are able to give full attention to each student. In addition, each teacher is available outside the classroom for daily office hours to give individual students extra help or just to talk. Study in a Communicative Environment: All EAP classes are set up to allow students maximum time to talk to their classmates and to the teacher. Even activities such as checking homework are considered a chance for small-group speaking practice, ensuring that students have ample opportunity to develop the English speaking fluency necessary to survive in an Academic setting. Many new students report that they have never been asked “What do you think?” and “Why do you think so?” in a classroom before---in the EAP program, students can expect to hear these questions and to share their ideas and opinions in every class! An All-English Environment: Lakeland is not a Japanese college--it’s an American college; therefore, students are required to use only English in EAP classes. Moreover, the international atmosphere at LCJ insures that the “global language” of English is being spoken outside the classroom as well. Visa Sponsorship: As recognized by the Japanese Ministry of Education (Monbushou), Lakeland is the only American college in Japan that can sponsor full-time student visas for EAP students. Earn College Credit: EAP classes are not just training for college classes—they are college classes. Students who complete Lakeland College Japan’s EAP program and continue on to Lakeland’s Home Campus in Wisconsin are eligible to receive 12 credits towards their Bachelor’s Degree, saving significant amounts of both time and money. The Right Level for You: The EAP program is comprised of 5 levels Each student is placed in the class appropriate for his or her English skill and will use textbooks and materials particular to that class level. Students study in one class level for the duration of a 14-week semester (coinciding with Lakeland’s Academic semester schedule). EAP Faculty: All EAP faculty members are native speakers of English, have earned graduate degrees (Master’s or Ph.D.), and all have extensive teaching experience, both in Japan and other countries. [-]