Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studieshttps://web.stanford.edu/dept/IUC/cgi-bin/about/index.php
The Center is the premier American program for the teaching of advanced Japanese and has provided language training to more than 1850 individuals. First established in Tokyo in 1963, the Center now resides in Yokohama, Japan with space, services, and various amenities provided by the municipal government. Support for operations is generously provided by the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission (JUSFC). The program is governed by an Inter-University Advisory Board of scholars representing sixteen universities with strong, established graduate programs in Japanese Studies.
Study Abroad with Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies
The Center's 10-month intensive program starts in September and ends in early June. Classes are conducted from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Wednesday aftern...
The morning sessions of the Inter-University Center's summer program are focused on advanced spoken Japanese. The objective is to acquire the ability to naturally, correct...