Hi, you are logged in as , if you are not , please click here

Japanese, Arts & Culture - Summer Intensive


Course Information

Japanese, Arts and Culture

Japanese, Arts and Culture - Summer Intensive: Tuesday & Thursday

Summer intensive Beginners  course (4 weeks) - Tuesday and Thursday Evening

Each class begins with a presentation given by your teacher, introducing you to an aspect of the country’s art and culture.

The language learning comes from this topic with listening, speaking, reading and writing activities. By the end of the course you will not only have a grasp of a modern language but you will also be able to use this skill in an interesting and practical way.

Classes take place at our High Holborn building, approx. 3-minutes’ walk from Holborn Underground station in central London. They take place one evening per week between 6pm and 8:30pm.

Course Code

S-LAN/0023 S

Course Dates

11th July 2017 – 3rd August 2017

Places Available

Course Leader

Tanyeem Hussain

Course Fee

Course Description

Our evening language courses are built around an arts and culture context. You will explore a variety of topics including architecture, cuisine, culture, design, fashion, society and more.
                                                                                                                                                Over the 4 weeks of the Japanese Beginner course, you will be introduced to asking and answering simple questions on familiar topics as well as functional language and vocabulary related to food, the city, travelling, professions, leisure and your home.
You will work towards improving your interactional, listening and speaking skills, be introduced to the Japanese writing system, practise writing with a brush pen, be trained in recognising familiar words and phrases concerning you, your family, and your immediate surroundings, all in the context of the topics outlined above. There is a focus of the programme on oral communication and pronunciation as well as using language for functional and practical purposes.

The maximum number of students attending each class is 15.

You can view the full course terms and conditions here.

How would you rate your experience today?

How can we contact you?

What could we do better?

   Change Code