Japanese Language & Culture Course for NU International Students' Family
The classes on the Japanese Language & Culture Course for NU International Students' Family are operated by NUFSA, in cooperation with Nagoya Sakae Lions Club. Instructors specialized in Japanese language teaching; help the family members learn Japanese language and culture twice every week. There are events like Summer and Year End Party, other than the class room learning activities.
By participating in this program, international families get an opportunity to meet other families and get exposure to Japan. Let us enjoy life in Japan by learning Japanese language.
General informationCourse Information, Fall semester, 2017(PDF)
Who can Join
Families of the International students of Nagoya University (spouse, brother, sister and parents etc.), who need to learn Japanese.As a principle people not affiliated to Nagoya University cannot take these classes.
Spring semester (from April to July) and Fall semester (from October to March of the next year).
Classes fall on every Tuesdays and Thursdays (No classes on holidays, during summer and winter vacations)Class Schedule, Fall, 2017(PDF)
Classes are divided into four grades, Introductory, Elementary I, Elementary II, and Elementary III.
Class timings are 90 minutes each from 10:00 to 11:30 for Introductory and Elementary I, and 11:45 to 13:15 for Elementary II and Elementary III.
Placement will be decided by the Japanese Language teacher, changing the class in between of the session is not permitted.
Basement Conference room, International Residence Higashiyama
15,000 yen per semester
Books are a present from Nagoya Sakae Lions Club.
Baby Sitter Service
During the class hours baby sitter service is available, by the volunteer group 'HIROBA'. Fee: \5,000 (for volunteers-transport fee)
The following link will take you to the page only for students and staff members of Nagoya University. Enter your Portal ID and Password if you are accessing from outside of the campus.
Use your own computer and avoid accessing from public computers (such as Internet cafe, etc) in order to prevent unauthorized access.