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語学研修生の受け入れ[Welcoming the Language Students]

【来年の語学研修プログラムについて】
[Next year's Summer Intensive Japanese program details]

Dates: May 22 - June 16, 2017
Place: Hirosaki Gakuin University, Hirosaki, Aomori Japan
Program Flyer is located here: (link to pdf file here)
Sample program schedule here: (link to pdf file here)

【語学研修の記録】[Memories of the SIJ Program]

カルタで勉強
[Learning with "Karta"]

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本学の学生と一緒にカルタで楽しく勉強。
[Having fun learning "Karta" with Hirogaku students.]

スポーツレクリエーション
[Sports Recreation]

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運動して汗を流した後はやっぱり笑顔。
[A hard, sweaty workout really leads to smiling faces.]



津軽凧 完成!
[Tsugaru Kite Making]

津軽凧 完成!

色鮮やかに、津軽の思い出を塗りこんで。
[Painting brightly-colored memories of Tsugaru.]

世界に一つだけの判子をお土産にもらいました。
[Receiving our globally unique hanko stamp as a souvenir.]

世界に一つだけの判子をお土産にもらいました。

また来た時は、サインの代わりに、ポン。
[Next time we visit,instead of signing our name,we just stamp it-pon!]




Hirosaki Gakuin University Summer Intensive Japanese Program

Program Details:

The Summer Intensive Japanese (SIJ) Program provides students with an introduction to the Japanese language and culture through a one-month schedule of language classes and cultural field trips. Program participants attend language classes every morning with cultural classes, activities, and field trips held in the afternoons and evenings. The language classes are tailored to the level of the participants and Hirosaki Gakuin University students join the program participants in activities and classes to act as tutors and assistants.

Program Schedule:

The SIJ Program runs annually from late May to late June. Program participants stay in a hotel during the week and homestay with Japanese host families for two of the three weekends during the program. Every effort is made to accommodate participants’ special needs when matching them with host families. Weekdays, students attend Japanese language classes with student tutors in the morning, and then engage in cultural activities in the afternoons and on weekends. Some cultural activities include calligraphy, kite-making, Japanese film appreciation course, traditional dance, mountain climbing, and Japanese archery. Pictures of these activities can be found on the program flyer available for download at the top of this page. The schedule also allows plenty of time for participants to explore Hirosaki and the surrounding communities, or to hang out with Hirosaki Gakuin students. SIJ Program participants make friendships with HiroGaku students that last alifetime.

Language Requirements:

Program participants do not need Japanese language skills prior to arriving; however, those who have completed Japanese language classes in the past will be able to further solidify their language skills and become more fluent upon completion of our program.

How to apply:

Hirosaki Gakuin University currently has exchange program agreements with the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse and Shenandoah University—both American universities—which allow for the transfer of credits back to the student’s home university. Current policies allow for the transfer of up to 6 credits (4 language and 2 cultural-studies) to be transferred to the home university.

Interested students should contact their university’s Study Abroad Programs office for assistance; or they can email the program coordinator, Prof. Edo Forsythe, at forsythe@hirogaku-u.ac.jp.

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