Japanese language programs
lrnelson at usc.edu
Thu Feb 4 21:45:09 EST 2010
I second IUC Yokohama, have heard great things from friends who did it--I
did a one-year intensive program at Sophia that was really helpful (I think
they've also got a summer course now, www.sophia.ac.jp), and I applied for a
similar program at Waseda.
On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 6:40 PM, Eija Niskanen <eija.niskanen at gmail.com>wrote:
> This one, IUC in Yokohama, is a good one. I studied their 1-yr
> program, but they have summer courses as well.
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 11:37 AM, Robyn Citizen <rc1434 at nyu.edu> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I was wondering if anyone on the list could recommend a good program or
> school in Japan for intensive short-term (summer) Japanese lessons.
> > I've been learning Japanese informally and through weekly Japan Society
> classes for a couple of years now and have decided that at 30 and with a
> natural ineptitude when it comes to grammar, I probably need to invest in
> the immersion experience if only for a brief period.
> > Ideally, this will put me on the right track to being able to watch
> Japanese movies without subtitles - which is necessary since I can only find
> certain films like KIKU TO ISAMU, without them - and read the original text
> of film reviews and analyses by Japanese critics.
> > Thanks much,
> > Robyn Citizen
> > PhD Candidate
> > Cinema Studies
> > New York University
> > alternate e-mail: ladykaede1221 at gmail.com
> > "I'm giving her all she's got Captain!" - Scotty, Star Trek 2009
> Eija Niskanen
> c/o Fujita
> Kichijoji Honcho 4-12-6
> Tokyo 180-0004
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