Asia University: Tokyo - Intensive Japances Course

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  • Location(s): Tokyo, Japan
  • Program Type(s): Intensive Language

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Asia University actively accepts students from all over the world. Specifically, there are many students from Asia, and as a result, we are true to our Founding Principle of “Contributing to Asia.” The presence of many international students gives... read more

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I've become very independent now and I've learned enough Japanese to converse without having to think about what to say next. - Western Washington University View Entire Review

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Asia University actively accepts students from all over the world. Specifically, there are many students from Asia, and as a result, we are true to our Founding Principle of “Contributing to Asia.” The presence of many international students gives an international flare to the campus, and through daily contact with students from all over the world, our Japanese students are also able to deepen their understanding of different cultures. There are also affiliated associations that are run by international students, further encouraging mutual exchanges with Japanese students.

Additionally, the institution is fundamentally set up to accept foreign students, through programs such as the Intensive Japanese Course, where a student seeking admission into our regular university studies Japanese for one year, and we also have dormitories for international students, and scholarships.

Program Type(s):
Intensive Language
Program Length(s):
  • Academic Year
Language Requirement(s):
  • Japanese
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Japanese Language, Literature
  • Japanese Studies
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