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Tsukuba University Offers Summer Intensive Course

Author: Author Unknown, Issue: May 1996, Topic: Classes, Japanese Language

Second-year graduate students majoring in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language will be offering a five-day intensive class for beginners from July 4 (Thursday) through July 10 (Wed.) minus the weekend. Classes will be from 1 - 4 pm each day at the Univ. of Tsukuba. The cost is only 500 yen for the teaching materials. The class is open to the first 20 applicants, with the deadline being May 21. The minimum age for applicants is 18 years. For application forms and more information, please call of fax Yumiko Kondo, at 02948-55-1749 or Email to s953014[at]ip3.tsukuba.ac.jp

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