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J.F. Oberlin University- Summer Japanese Language and Culture Program
Tokyo, Japan (Outgoing Program)
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J.F. Oberlin University- Summer Japanese Language and Culture Program.
About the program
The Summer Japanese Language and Culture Program is a four weeks content based language program at J.F. Oberlin University in the suburbs of Tokyo. Classes at novice level meet three hours every day, five days a week. In addition, students expand language skills in cultural activities taught in Japanese two afternoons a week. Such activities at Taiko drumming. tea ceremony, yukata, okoto, shamisen, calligraphy and cooking are an integral part of the curriculum. Other afternoons students may take advantage of the Japanese Resource Center to access Japanese Language material. Lectures on Japanese history, social issues, pop culture, and cross cultural communication prepare students for a successful stay. Excursions to downtown Tokyo and to the historic city of Kamakura acquaint students with the train system and with the rich heritage of the Tokyo region.
A $300 nonrefundable application fee is due at the time of application and is subtracted from your total fee.
Payment is made in two installments.
The first installment of $ is due on , 2018.
The second installment of $ is due , 2018.
***Program fee does not include tuition, textbooks, visa application fees, passport and related expenses.***
Program Duration: 06/19/2018-07/27/2018
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