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University of Fukui Student Exchange Program

This program is for students who come to the University of Fukui for 1 year from institutions that have established exchange agreements. Courses offered by the International Center are divided into 2 fields: 1) Japanese Language and Japanese Affairs and 2) Traditional Industries.

Students are required to take a Japanese language placement test upon entering the university. Depending on the result of the placement test, each student is placed in one of the following classes: Japanese 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.

1. Curriculum

Fields and Classes Each Cr. Semester Note
Japanese
Language and
Japanese Affairs
Japanese 1 4 Fall・Spring 4 classes a week
Japanese 2 4 Fall・Spring 4 classes a week
Japanese 3 4 Fall・Spring 4 classes a week
Japanese 4 (Conversation) (Composition) 2 Fall・Spring 2 classes a week
Japanese 5 (Conversation) (Reading) 2 Fall・Spring 2 classes a week
Kanji 1 1 Fall For students in Japanese 1
Kanji 2 1 Spring For students in Japanese 2
Composition 2 1 Fall・Spring For students in Japanese 2
Conversation 2 1 Fall・Spring For students in Japanese 2
Reading 2 1 Spring For students in Japanese 2
Japanese Affairs 1 2 Fall For students in Japanese 4 and 5
Japanese Affairs 2 2 Spring
Multicultural Communication 1 2 Fall For students in Japanese 4 and 5
Multicultural Communication 2 2 Spring
Multicultural Communication 3 2 Spring
Applied Japanese 1 2 Fall For students in Japanese 5

Video clips created in the class

Applied Japanese 2 2 Spring
Japanese Culture 2 Spring For students in Japanese 4 and 5
Traditional Industries Traditional Industries 2 Fall Required course
  1. Students will take one of the five levels of Japanese Class per semester: Japanese 1 Japanese 2, Japanese 3, Japanese 4, or Japanese 5. At the beginning of the program, students will take a placement test. According to the score, they will be placed in one of the five classes. These classes will be held 2 to 4 times every week and students will earn 2 to 4 credits by taking the class for one semester.
  2. Students who take either Japanese 1 or Japanese 2 may take one or more of the following courses: Kanji 1, Kanji 2, Composition 2, Conversation 2, and Reading 2. The capacity of each course is 20.
  3. Students in the Japanese 4 and Japanese 5 may choose some additional courses from Japanese Affairs 1 & 2, Multicultural Communication 1 & 2, and Japanese Culture.
  4. Applied Japanese 1 & 2 are only available for students in Japanese 5.

2. Fall 2017 Class Schedule (*Classroom appears in brackets)

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Japanese 1
Sawazaki
[R111]
Applied Japanese 1
Sato
Japanese 1
Sawazaki [R111]
Japanese 1
Sato[R111]
Japanese 1
Ibuki [R111]
Multicultural Communication 1
Kobata / Kuwabara
Kanji 2
Ichimura[K230]
Japanese 2  Hayami
[R111]
Japanese 3 Shikita [K330] Japanese 2
Saito [R111]
Japanese 3
Ono[K330]
 Japanese 3
Kuwabara [K330]
Japanese 2 Saito[R111] Japanese 3
Ichimura
[K330]
 Kanji 1 Ichimura [K330] Japanese 2 Ibuki[R111]
Japanese Affairs 1
Ibuki
Japanese 1 Hayami [R111] Composition3
Shikita[R112]
Japanese 1
Hayami[R111]
Composition 2
Saito
[K330]
Japanese 1
Sato[R111]
Japanese 1 Ono[R111] Conversation  2
Saito[K330]
Traditional Industries
Japanese 4 (Reading) Ichimura Japanese 5 (Reading)
Ibuki
 Composition1
Sato
Reading 2 Hayami  Conversation1
Sato/Hayami
 Reading1
Kuwabara
[R111]
Reading3
Hoshi
[K230]
 Traditional Industries
6 Japanese 4 (Conversation)
Kuwabara
Japanese 5 (Conversation)
Sato