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Korea University Short-term Study Program 2019 – Imadegawa Campus

Updated Mar. 5, 2020
 We welcomed 24 students from Korea University to “Global Leadership Program” at Imadegawa Campus. Korea University is one of the most prestigious private universities in Korea, and this is our third times to hold the program.

 During the program, participants attended intensive Japanese language classes given by Doshisha faculties and experienced many things in Kyoto such as Tea ceremony and Aikido lesson.Apart from the classroom work, they visited Byodoin, The Tale of Genji Museum, Sanjusangendo, and Shoren-in Temple as study trip. Throughout the program, 29 Doshisha students also attended the some of the Japanese classes and joined welcome party as ‘supporters’. In Japanese classes, they helped participants with practicing conversation in Japanese and preparing for their presentation.

 On the last day of the program, each participant gave a presentation with PowerPoint that was written in Japanese. They spoke Japanese fluently with confidence. We were surprised by their progress.

 At the final ceremony, participants interacted with Doshisha’s supporters in Japanese very well. Even though it was only 3 weeks, they seemed to build good friendship and gave each other great influence. We hope that participants arouse their curiosity and continue to learn Japanese language and culture.
Korea University
Korea University
Korea University
Korea University
Korea University
Korea University
 We welcomed 24 students from Korea University to “Global Leadership Program” at Imadegawa Campus. Korea University is one of the most prestigious private universities in Korea, and this is our third times to hold the program.

 During the program, participants attended intensive Japanese language classes given by Doshisha faculties and experienced many things in Kyoto such as Tea ceremony and Aikido lesson.Apart from the classroom work, they visited Byodoin, The Tale of Genji Museum, Sanjusangendo, and Shoren-in Temple as study trip. Throughout the program, 29 Doshisha students also attended the some of the Japanese classes and joined welcome party as ‘supporters’. In Japanese classes, they helped participants with practicing conversation in Japanese and preparing for their presentation.

 On the last day of the program, each participant gave a presentation with PowerPoint that was written in Japanese. They spoke Japanese fluently with confidence. We were surprised by their progress.

 At the final ceremony, participants interacted with Doshisha’s supporters in Japanese very well. Even though it was only 3 weeks, they seemed to build good friendship and gave each other great influence. We hope that participants arouse their curiosity and continue to learn Japanese language and culture.
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Office of International Students, International Center
Telephone : +81-75-251-3257
Fax : +81-75-251-3123
E-mail : ji-ois@mail.doshisha.ac.jp
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