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1 ISEPTUFS Students & Special Auditing Students Guidebook of Class Registration =2010 Spring Semester= ISEPTUFS 特 別 聴 講 学 生 履 修 案 内 =2010 年 春 学 期 = Tokyo University of Foreign Studies 東 京 外 国 語 大 学

2 TUFS Academic Calendar Spring Semester For International Student Exchange Program TUFS' students and Special Auditing Students Events for the Year 2010 Apr 1(Thu) - 2(Fri) ( entry) Exchange students Arrival 来 日 Apr 5(Mon) Medical examination for entry students 健 康 診 断 Apr 7(Wed) Orientation for : ISEPTUFS' students, Special Auditing Students, Teacher Training Students オリエンテーション Apr 8(Thu) Placement test for students participating in ISEPTUFS' students, etc プレイスメントテスト Apr 12(Mon) 2010(Heisei 22) Spring semester Classes begin for Japanese Language Program 日 本 語 クラス 授 業 開 始 Apr 12(Mon) 2010(Heisei 22) First Semester Classes begin for undergraduate and graduate students 学 部 大 学 院 1 学 期 授 業 開 始 Apr 12(Mon) 2010(Heisei 22) Spring Semester Classes begin for ISEPTUFS' students, etc ISEP 春 学 期 授 業 開 始 Apr 19(Mon) - 23(Fri) Class registration period: (Spring Semester) *Japanese Language Program registration: Apr 8(Thu) - 23(Fri) 春 学 期 履 修 登 録 期 間 * 日 本 語 クラスの 登 録 は 4/8( 木 )-23( 金 ) June 2(Wed) University boat race (No Classes) ボート 大 会 ( 休 講 ) Aug 3(Tue) - Aug 6(Fri) Spring semester Final Exams 春 学 期 定 期 試 験 Beginning of August ( graduate) Closing Ceremony 閉 講 式 Aug 11(Wed) - Sep 30(Thu) Summer Break 夏 休 み *These schedules might change.

3 Academic Exchange Program In Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, as student exchange Programs, 1. International Student Exchange Program of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies: ISEPTUFS, which aims to get a certification in accordance with given rules, and 2. Special Auditing Student, which does not aim to get a certification, but students can select classes freely. International Exchange Students from partner Universities Tokyo University of Foreign studies (TUFS) ISEPTUFS Students Special Auditing Students

4 1. What is ISEPTUFS? 1.1 Purpose of ISEPTUFS The ISEPTUFS program is a one-year short-term exchange program designed for international students, as well as Japanese students. The program provides students with the opportunity to study in Japan and helps them to acquire a firm understanding of Japan and the international community. Meanwhile, the program aims to promote meaningful cultural exchange and to contribute to the cultivation of outstanding professionals with international backgrounds. At the same time, TUFS seeks to achieve the goal of 'bilateral exchange in education between international and Japanese students'. 1.2 History of the Program ISEPTUFS officially began accepting international exchange students from October of The initial short-term exchange program was executed according to the discretion of individual professors. As one of several changes to the program since then, ISEPTUFS now selects short-term exchange students based on the discretion of both professors and the office of Student Exchange Division. The Spring semester of 2010 marked the 13 year of ISEPTUFS. Initially, there were only 20 exchange students, but today that number has grown to about 90. Among ISEPTUFS participants, many study at their own expense without financial assistance or scholarships. 1.3 Characteristics of the Program In comparison to short-term exchange programs in other universities, ISEPTUFS has certain distinctive characteristics: (1) Exchange students have access to coursework in the 26 major areas of foreign studies offered at TUFS, taught by instructors who are either native in the relevant languages or who have achieved fluency in these languages. (2) TUFS instructors are well-qualified in various specialized subjects or specialties, students can carefully select their courses from both of the academic fields of Japanese Studies and International Studies. (3) Japanese students also participate in the ISEPTUFS elective subjects (see 2.1.1), therefore there will be opportunities for the international exchange students to make many friends with their Japanese hosts.

5 The above three characteristics of the ISEPTUFS reflect the goal of 'bilateral exchange in education between international and Japanese students.' Because of these three distinctive characteristics, TUFS has often been featured in newspapers, on television, and in other forms of mass media. 2. ISEPTUFS students ISEPTUFS students are placed in either the Intercultural Studies Course or the Japan Studies Course based on the elective subjects they wish to take. The Intercultural Studies Course is for those students who want to study elective subjects focusing on perspectives from international and area studies. The Japanese Studies Course is for those students who want to improve their Japanese language proficiency, as well as gain a profound understanding of various Japan-related issues. Sample curriculums for each of the two courses are as follows: Intercultural Studies Course Elective Class (ISEP Class) Japanese Language Class classes/week credits classes/week credits Total credits Fall Semester (or Spring Semester) Spring Semester (or Fall Semester) Total

6 Japan Studies Course Elective Class (ISEP Class) Japanese Language Class classes/week credits classes/week credits Total credits Fall Semester (or Spring Semester) Spring Semester (or Fall Semester) Total These are the required number of classes and credits for the two ISEPTUFS courses. It is also possible to register and attend more classes than what is written above. 2.1 Subjects that student can attend Elective Subjects (ISEP classes) Most ISEPTUFS elective subjects are taught in English. Although the number of subjects can change depending on the course chosen, ISEPTUFS students are required to at least take 2 to 3 elective subjects in a week. For elective subjects, Japanese religion, Japanese classical culture, and courses on presentations and/or communication are conducted as focus studies. Please see an attached SYLLABUS for details of the ISEP classes Japanese Language Program (JLP) All ISEPTUFS exchange students take language courses from within the Japanese Language Program at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies: JLPTUFS, along with other international students. ISEP students in the Intercultural Studies Course are required to take 3 or more classes per week; while ISEP students enrolled in the Japan Studies Course are required to take at least 5 classes per week. The main course students are requested to enroll in both courses is called "Sogo Nihongo" (Integrated Japanese). This course is offered at various levels and is held 5 times per week. The content for each level is described below. Please look at the booklet called "JLPTUFS: Japanese Language Program of TUFS" for details on the Japanese classes. Audit is not accepted in the JLPTUFS.

7 Level Introductio n 100~ Elementary 200~ Pre-Inter. 301~ Intensive Course 100 (10 periods) 200 (10 periods) Regular Course Integrated Classes 301 (5 periods) Focus Classes (grammar) 311 (reading ) 312 (listening) 313 (writing) 314 (oral) 315 Inter. 401~ Inter.- Advanced 501~ Advanced 601~ Upper Advanced 701~ Highly Advanced 801~ 401 (5 periods) 501 (5 periods) 601 (3 periods) 701 (2 periods) (grammar) 411 (grammar) 511 (grammar) 611 (grammar) 711 (reading) 822 (reading) 412 (reading) 512 (reading) 612 (reading) 712 (drama) 823 (listening) 413 (listening) 513 (listening) 613 (listening) 713 (writing) 824 (writing) 414 (writing) 514 (writing) 614 (writing) 714 (current) 826 (oral) 415 (oral) 515 (oral) 615 (oral) 715 (lit.) 827 (pro.) 911 (current) 616 (current) 716 (business) 828 (Kanji) 901, 902, 903, 904 writing= Written Expression, oral=oral Communication, current=current Japanese Studies, drama= Japanese Drama and Documentaries, lit=japanese Literature, business=business Japanese, writing 824= Academic Writing, pro= Pronunciation Levels 100 (Introductory), 200 (Elementary) These courses are designed for students who have no previous experience studying Japanese or who have only completed basic level courses (i.e., have not yet passed Level 3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test) before coming to TUFS. Students will acquire beginner level Japanese for Academic Purposes in all four basic language skills (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) by the time they finish the level 200. For both levels 100 and 200, students are required to enroll in intensive courses (10 sessions per week) Levels 300 (Pre-Intermediate) to 500 (Intermediate-Advanced) These classes are designed for students who have completed beginner level Japanese (or equivalent to level 200 at JLC) before coming to TUFS. The purpose of these courses is to provide students with intermediate and/or

8 intermediate-advanced level language skills in Japanese for Academic Purposes. In addition to the integrated class (5 sessions a week), students may also enroll in some focus classes in reading, writing, speaking, or listening. Students can take a maximum of 9 or 10 sessions a week, that is, 5 sessions of the integrated class plus 4 sessions (300 level) or 5 sessions (400 and 500 levels) of the focus classes. Levels 600 (Advanced), 700 (Upper-Advanced) This course is designed for those students who have completed Level 500 Japanese at TUFS or account with an equivalent level before coming to TUFS. The purpose of these courses is to provide students with advanced level language skills in Japanese for Academic Purposes. In addition to the general class (3 sessions for the 600 level and 2 sessions for the 700 level a week), students may also enroll in a wide variety of focus classes (reading, writing, speaking, or listening). Level 800 (Highly-Advanced) This course is designed for students who have completed Level 700 Japanese at JLC or account with an equivalent level. The purpose of these courses is to provide the students the opportunity to study Japanese for Academic Purposes at a superior or very advanced level. Contents of classes vary according to the focus of the course Reading, Current Affairs, Business, TV dramas, literature, Etc.-. Other Information Placement Test and Class Levels After arriving in Japan, and before classes start, students are required to take a placement test to determine their level of competence and the courses they should enroll. This placement test is required only in the first semester. The course level in which the student will be enrolled in the second semester is determined upon the grades obtained in the first semester. Please, see "JLPTUFS: Japanese Language Program of TUFS" for more details. Class Attendance Attendance of classes in the Japanese Language Program is recorded by the Student Exchange Division. The Ministry of Justice s Immigration Bureau requires TUFS to record class attendance, in case an international student s attendance record is needed. In principle if class attendance rate is lower than 80%, the student

9 shall not receive a grade for that class. Please, note that a low attendance rate also may result in losing your international student status. 3. Special Auditing Students For Special Auditing Students, there is no model for class registration as same as those of the ISEPTUFS students because they do not need to get a certification. Special Auditing Students can choose the classes freely which are listed below: 3.1 Subjects which you can choose Elective class(isep Class) Japanese Language Program(JLP) Some subjects in the Undergraduate Department (except some subjects, see s below the next section) Special Auditing Students who are in the Graduate Course, they can choose subjects for graduate curriculum. 4. Subjects which student cannot choose Within the classes of the Undergraduate Department, you cannot choose the classes which are attached to subject names I or II, such as English I, Germany II. 5. Class Registration When students decide to choose the classes, submit following documents to Student Exchange Division by the due dates. Students cannot get credits without an above registration. Course Registration Form Japanese Language Class Registration Form(mark sheet) *Request for International Students to audit classes *Please submit this material, when student want to attend classes other than ISEP classes and Japanese classes.

10 6. Approval of Credits and Program Certificate ISEPTUFS students who pass 9 or more credits in both the Fall and Spring Semesters (a total of 18 credits or more) will be issued a Certificate of Completion for the ISEPTUFS Program. At the beginning of the semester, it is important for students to consult their personal advisors and confirm whether they have registered for enough courses in order to receive the certificate. Course Credits are assigned as follows: Elective Classes(ISEP Classes) - 2 credits Japanese Language Classes Intensive Classes 100, credits (note: these courses only count 5 credits towards the 18 credits required to complete the program and receive the Certificate of Completion) Classes 301, 401, credits Class credits Class credits Supplementary Classes 310, 410, 510, 610, 710, 820, credit Students must consult their home university regarding transfer and equivalence of credits. Moreover, it is possible for a student to receive 3 credits in an Elective Subject rather than the standard 2 credits by completing extra work, if he or she so wishes. The student must consult with his/her instructor in detail about their credits at the beginning of the course. It is necessary to consult as early as possible because it will be difficult to complete the required extra work if it is begun near the end of the semester. In that case the extra credit earned will not count toward the 18 credits required to complete the program.

11 7. Academic Advisor / Subject Advisor Each international exchange student has an Academic Advisor. In addition, there are Subject Advisors in ISEP Classes and Japanese Language Classes. At the beginning of the each semester, please consult to your Subject Advisors whether your registration is correct or not. All ISEP students must make sure this process. Subject Advisor ISEP class Prof. Akito OKADA TEL: Room: Japanese class Prof. Mika SUZUKI TEL: Room:

12 8. Other information Class times Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Period 5 9:00~10:30 10:40~12:10 13:10~14:40 14:50~16:20 16:30~18:00 The Student Consulting Office offers students a full range of advising services. Please contact the office if you are in trouble or have anything you need to consult about. The content of discussions at Student Consulting Office is kept confidential, as are the names of students who use the advising services. Student Consulting Office Open Monday-Friday ( Weekday) 12:00-16:00 Place Research & Lecture Bldg., 1 st Floor Contact TEL: School counselor also gives you advice according to consultation when you have some troubles. Open Every Friday 13:00-17:00 Place Healthcare Center 1F Please consult the staff of the Student Exchange Division regarding the following: Questions and concerns regarding class registration Concerns regarding various certificates and documents Please inform the Student Exchange Division in case of the following: Change in your address or phone number Plan to return to your home country or travel outside of Japan Student Exchange Division(Administration Bldg., 1F) Office hour 9:00~17:00(weekday only) Asahi-cho , Fuchu-shi, Tokyo Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

13 9. Memo Please fill in your program information for future reference. Academic Advisor Name Room Number Office hour Semester Schedule Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Period 5

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