Outline of the Courses
Our Japanese programs intend to help learners with various purposes.
We offer a One Year Full-time Course and several Part-time Courses.
Students from over 30 different countries and regions have enrolled in
full-time courses studying Japanese together at THE NAGOYA YWCA SCHOOL
We hope that students who have grown up in different cultures can learn
other, deepening their mutual understanding through studying Japanese
in this unique
environment and envision rich pictures of the future together.
Student Enrollment by Country： Full-time/Part-time course 2016
Student Enrollment by Country： Summer Intensive Course 2016
Morning course （9：00～12：35）/Afternoon course （1：30～5：05）
Each course has 4 classes a day from Monday through Friday (1class=50min).
The course aims to equip the students with overall skills in Japanese as well as related
background knowledge which helps the students' understanding of Japanese culture.
Those who plan to study in Japanese colleges and/or vocational schools
will find the
course very beneficial.
The course consists of classes for learners of different levels (elementary-advanced).
Each class meets twice a week. The course aims to enhance the students'
communicate in daily life at work or home.
This course makes use of the summer vacation to give you a five week
Japanese language lesson.
Each class meets 5 times a week, Monday through Friday.
This course is designed for those who aim to take the Japanese Language
Test N1, N2 or N3 level.
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◇ Commencement ceremony on March 17
The full-time course, 2016 Spring course, commencement ceremony was
on March 17, 2017.
◇ Friendship party on December 15.
Each student, either by him/herself or in a group performs dances,
songs or whatever represents the culture of his/her country.
Then students enjoyed danses and skits perfomed by each class.
◇ Commencement ceremony on September 29
The full-time course, Autumn course 2015, commencement ceremony
was held on September 29, 2016.
◇ Speech contest on July 15
Students are encouraged to participate in the contest and reveal
the fruit of their everyday effort.
◇ One day Pottery Exhibition on June 15.
Students maid pottery at the Ceramic Craft Studio on May 20.
The Studio completed the firing and glazing processs and sent the finished
pieces to the school. Students were smiling with their pieces of pottery in
◇ Excursion on May 20
The full-time course students visited Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum
enjoyed making pottery at Ceramic Craft Studio.
They experienced the warm touch of clay and fun to make their own works
with the guidance of instructors.
◇ The full-time course, Spring 2016, orientation on April 1.
There was an orientation and a placement test on the first day of the
New students from 13 countries were divided into 3 classes according
the results of their placement tests.
◇ Wagashi (Japanese confectionery ) making on February 20.
Students went to Naka-ward Lifelong Learning Center and enjyoed
making Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) with Japanese participants.
◇ Christmas decorations
Christmas is coming soon ! Students decorated school lobby and
classrooms with Chrismas tree and Christmas wreaths.
◇ The full-time course, Autumn 2015, orientation held on October 7
There was an orientation and a placement test on the first day of
the autumn course.
New students from 10 countries were placed appropriate level class
based on the results of their placement tests.
This term students from 15 different countries study Japanese together
in the full-time course.
◇ Japanese School Guidance Fair on June 10
"Japanese School Guidance Fair for International Students"
held in Nagoya.
Students participated and talked directly with people from the schools
further define and realize for their academic vision.
Graduates visit school with their children At Oshaberi Hiroba
THE NAGOYA YWCA SCHOOL OF JAPANESE LANGUAGE
2-3 Shinsakae-machi, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Japan 460-0004
Phone : (052) 951-5527 Fax: (052) 951-5672
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours: Mon. - Fri. 9:00am - 6:00pm
(Closed on Sat., Sun. and holidays)