The Tsukuba Information Center is currently enrolling students in its Japanese Language Classes. The classes will focus on the functional aspects of the language. You can hear and learn vivid Japanese. (Sponsored by the Ibaraki International Association Tsukuba Office)
Eligibility Applicants must be foreign residents living in or near Tsukuba whose schedule allows them to attend class regularly for 6 months.
Levels The Introductory Class is designed for those students learning Japanese for the first time. The Beginner I Class is for those students who can read hiragana and katakana and who can engage in elementary conversation. The Beginner II Class is for those students who have studied Japanese for more than 6 months using hiragana and katakana.
Details From October 7 (Tue) 2003 to March 2 (Tue) 2004 / 17 classes Every Tuesday from 9:30am to 11:30am, at the Tsukuba Information Center (1-10-1 Azuma Tsukuba)
Participants About 25 students for Introductory class About 15 student for Beginner I class About 10 students for Beginner II class
Cost Students will pay 1500 yen to cover the cost of teaching materials (for the entire 6 months!)
Registration and Interview Date September 9 (Tue) from 1pm to 3pm. (First come, first served.) Please come to the Tsukuba Information Center to fill in the application form and have a short interview with an instructor.
Contact Please contact Chikako or Tomomi at the Tsukuba Information Center. TEL: 029-852-6789 (10am to 5pm); FAX: 029-852-5513; E-mail: www[at]info-tsukuba.org
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