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Individual Institution
"Dimitrie Cantemir" Christian University/「ディミトリエ・カンテミル」キリスト教大学
Department:Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Japanese language department
Classification:Higher education
Teachers
Splaiul Unirii 176, 040042 Bucharest
Details
Field of Research
  • コミュニケーション/Communication
  • ポップカルチャー/Pop Culture
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
  • 応用言語学/Applied Linguistics
  • 教室活動/Classroom activities
  • 教授法/ Teaching method
  • 教材/ Teaching materials
  • 文字・語彙/Vocabulary
  • 文学/Literature
  • 文法/Grammar
  • 日本文化/Japanese Culture
  • 書く・作文/Writing
  • 漢字/Kanji・Chinese characters
  • 現代文学/Modern Literature
  • 現代日本社会/Contemporary Japanese Society
  • 翻訳・通訳/Interpretation・Translation
  • 聞く・聴解/Listening
  • 自律学習/Self Directed Learning
  • 評価/Evaluation
  • 試験・テスト/Test
  • 話す・会話/Speaking
  • 読む・読解/Reading
  • 課題遂行型学習/Task-based Language Teaching
About the institute
1990年に設立され、現在以下の学部から構成されている:教育学部
財政・銀行・経理学部
外国語学部
歴史学部
国際経済関係学部
法学部
マーケティング学部
政治学部
観光学・商学経理学部
クルージュ・ナポカ市、ティミショアーラ市、シビウ市、ブラショフ市、コンスタンツァ市に於いてもキャンパスがある。
日本語学科は1999年に設立され、外国語学部に属している。
日本語学科の学部プログラム
• 学生数:約90人 
• 教師数:3人
• 日本語図書館(日本語・日本文化に関する本が約500冊、CD/DVDなどがある)
• 科目: 日本語(週3時間), 日本文化と文学(週3時間), 日本語実践講座(週4時間), 選択科目 (翻訳・通訳、専門用語など (週1時間))
• 3年間の大学卒業時の目標レベル:日本語能力試験N3.


Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan/アダム・ミツキェヴィチ大学
Department:Chair of Oriental Studies, Department of Japanese Studies
Classification:Higher education
Teachers
Yuki HORIE
Iga Rutkowska
+48 61 8294435
Ul. 29 Czerwca 1956 r. nr 198, 61485 Pozna
Details
Field of Research
  • 人類学/Anthropology
  • 伝統芸能/Traditional Performing Arts
  • 古文・漢文/Japanese Classics・Kaubun
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
  • 宗教学/Religious studies
  • 文学/Literature
  • 日本経済/Japanese Economy
  • 書く・作文/Writing
  • 歴史学/History
  • 演劇/Theater
  • 現代アート/Contemporary Art
  • 言語学/Linguistics
About the institute
The first regular courses majoring in Japanese studies at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań began in 1987. The AMU Department of Japanese Studies was launched as a separate unit in 2005 and is headed by Prof. Estera Żeromska since 2007. Poznań Japanese studies function as one of four currently existing Japanese academic centres in Poland (along with Warsaw, Krakow and Toruń). Full-time BA and MA courses and evening BA course are currently available at the Department. Students are offered specialized courses in Japanese linguistics, the history of classical and contemporary literature, history, religious studies, art, theatre studies, political science and sociology. They can also take part in the activities of the AMU Japanese Studies Students’ Circle Japonica Creativa (http://www.creativa.amu.edu.pl). The students’ circle regularly organizes events designed for academic and non-university communities, including international scientific camps (gasshuku) involving students from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Austria. Japanese Studies in Poznań enjoy a well-deserved reputation in Poland and worldwide for high quality teaching owing to its group of dedicated teachers: Nagisa (Wada) Rządek, Maho Ikushima, Kyoko Nakanishi and Gen Tsukasaki. This is reflected in the numerous successes of the Japanese studies students from Poznań. Year after year they are not only awarded top prizes in the Japanese Language Speech Competitions organized by the Embassy of Japan in Warsaw, but also prestigious scholarships, including the 1-year scholarships granted by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).
The quality of education is ensured by the scientific achievements of our academics – the vast majority of whom have graduated from our Department (including associate professor Arkadiusz Jabłoński, assistant professors Beata Bochorodycz, Maciej Kanert and Iga Rutkowska as well as lecturers: Anna Bogdan, Grażyna Kramm, Anna Śledzińska-Adamczak and a PhD. candidate Marta Wesołowska). It was the initiative of our academic staff to establish the new concept quarterly in Japanese studies Silva Iaponicarum in 2004 (Prof. Jabłoński acting as the editor-in-chief) – which, at the time of its creation, functioned as the only journal of Japanese studies in Poland (http://www.silvajp.amu.edu.pl).
It should be noted that Prof. Alfred F. Majewicz (previous head of the Chair and Institute of Oriental Studies in Poznań and the Chair staff member until 2016) compiled the multi-volume edition of The Collected Works of Bronisław Piłsudski (ed. Mouton de Gruyter, since 1998) by Prof. Alfred F. Majewicz; who is also the author of publications on Sinology, Siberian studies, linguistics and ethnolinguistics. In 2002, Prof. Majewicz was honoured by the Emperor of the 
Japan with the Order of the Rising Sun, 4 class. In 2013-2015, he directed the project The Collected Works of Bronisław Piłsudski. Volume 5 (CWBP-5): Materials for the Study of the Nivhgu Language and Folklore – and is the person in charge for preparation of the work for publication and completing the entire five (~six) volume edition financed by the National Science Centre.
The Department of Japanese Studies organizes and co-organizes many national and international scientific conferences. The most recent events include: “Japan: New Challenges in the 21st Century” (2010) and “Japanese Buddhist Objects in European Collections and Their Impact on the European Image of Japan” (symposium organized with Hosei University in Tokyo and the University of Zurich, 2012).
The department co-operates with Kyoto Sangyo University. Currently, an MA studies project in the field of classical Japanese culture is being prepared for implementation with a number of prestigious centres and institutions of higher education in Europe.
From the very beginning, Japanese Studies in Poznan have been developed with the support of the Embassy of Japan and The Japan Foundation. A significant contribution to their development has been made also by their former employees, including Koichi Kuyama, PhD in Polish Studies, currently employed at the Polish Institute in Tokyo.
Babics Mihály Secondary Grammar School/バビチ・ミハーイ高校
Department:-
Classification:Secondary eduction
1047 Budapest, Toth Aladar u. 16-18.
Details
Field of Research
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
About the institute
Bálint Márton Primary School/バーリント・マールトン小中学校
Department:-
Classification:Primary eduction
2045 Törökbálint, Köztársaság tér 8.
Details
Field of Research
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
About the institute
Bálint Márton Secondary School/バーリント・マールトン高校
Department:-
Classification:Secondary eduction
2045 Törökbálint, Köztársaság tér 8.
Details
Field of Research
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
About the institute
Budapest Business School/ブダペスト商科大学
Department:University of Applied Sciences / College of International Management and Business / Department of Languages for Business / Section of Oriental Languages
Classification:Higher education
Teachers
HIDASI Judit
+36-1- 4677-800
1165 Budapest, Diósy Lajos u. 22-24
Details
Field of Research
  • CEFR
  • 応用言語学/Applied Linguistics
  • 社会言語学/Sociolinguistics
  • 翻訳・通訳/Interpretation・Translation
  • 言語学/Linguistics
About the institute
The main purpose is to provide language education and inter-cultural knowledge for the students of Budapest Business School.
Budapest University of Technology/ブダペスト工科大学
Department:Language Center
Classification:Higher education
1111 Budapest, Egry József utca 1. BME E épület.
Details
Field of Research
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
About the institute
Charles University in Prague/カレル大学
Department:Faculty of Arts, Institute of East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies
Classification:Higher education
+420 221 619 111
Jan Palach Square 2 116 38, Prague 1
Details
Field of Research
  • ポップカルチャー/Pop Culture
  • 古文・漢文/Japanese Classics・Kaubun
  • 古文書学/Palaeography
  • 哲学/Philosophy
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
  • 文学/Literature
  • 日本経済/Japanese Economy
  • 映画/Film
  • 歴史学/History
  • 演劇/Theater
  • 美術・美術史/Art・Art History
  • 言語学/Linguistics
About the institute
The Institute of East Asian Studies (IEAS), Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague, is the oldest academic body combining both the education and the research in East Asian studies (linguistics, literature, political, economic, cultural and intellectual history, and contemporary affairs) in the Czech Republic. It was established in 1947 as the Department of Far Eastern Philology and History, and now consists of four seminars: Japanese Studies, Sinology, Korean Studies and Ethnology with specialization in Vietnamese Studies. The IEAS is the only higher education institution in the Czech Republic which provides the complex education in Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programs in Asian studies. Since the Institute strives for strong interdisciplinary approach, the curriculum of each program combines traditional humanities (linguistics, literature and history) with the social studies approach (politics, economics, international relations, media studies etc.).The BA program in Japanese Studies equips students with knowledge of spoken and written Japanese, as well as with a comprehensive introductory overview of the study of Japanese literature, history, culture and society. The key components of the intensive language course (grammar, writing system) lead to acquisition of Modern Japanese at the level corresponding with the international Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Nihongo Nouryoku Shiken) Level 2. Graduates of the BA program are qualified to work independently using the standard modern variety of Japanese in practical situations of many areas (political, economic and academic spheres, international and cultural relations, mass media, etc.) and in institutions which require knowledge of history and culture and of present-day Japanese society.
The follow-up MA program develops the competences acquired at the BA level, especially the language skills, to prepare graduates to work as translators of both literary and specialized texts, and as interpreters. The MA program is also conceived to integrate the pieces of knowledge and information into a broader interdisciplinary framework.
Comenius University/コメニウス大学
Department:Faculty of Arts, Department of East Asian Studies, Japanese Studies Section
Classification:Higher education
+ 421 2 5924 4615
Gondova 2 814 99 Bratislava 1
Details
Field of Research
  • 俳句・短歌・詩/Haiku Tanka Poetry
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
  • 沖縄学/Okinawan Studies・Ryukyu Studies
  • 現代文学/Modern Literature
  • 言語学/Linguistics
About the institute
Department of East Asian Studies offers students three different programs – Japanese, Chinese and Korean Studies. The Japanese Studies Section provides our students in the first place an opportunity to master Japanese language and to better understand intercultural communication-related fields that are essential for communication with Japanese as we believe that mastering Japanese grammar and vocabulary does not necessarily guarantee harmonious and efficient communication. Quite the contrary, sometimes people fluent in Japanese meet with severe problems and misunderstandings that are based on the lack of knowledge of the sociolinguistic and social-psychological context of the language and culture. Therefore, besides language-related subjects such as grammar, conversation, listening, writing, we also offer Japanese polite language course and course of sociolinguistic context of the Japanese language.
Secondly, in order to fulfill the needs of a gradually developing and diverse academic society we also want to prepare our students to be able to command a fair knowledge of Japanese society, literature, history and other academic fields, such as linguistics, classical Japanese language and others. Therefore we offer courses that are closely related to these fields and reflect the knowledge and research of members of our teaching staff. The studies are further supported by our library that provides several thousands of volumes for Japanese, Chinese and Korean academic studies. Furthermore, for Japanese language students we also offer an opportunity to join a study abroad program at one of our partner universities in Japan.
Corvin Matyas Secondary Grammar School/コルヴィン・マーチャーシュ高校
Department:Japanese lesson groupe
Classification:Secondary eduction
1165 Budapest Mátyás király tér 4.
Details
Field of Research
  • 外国語教育としての日本語教育/Japanese as a foreign language
About the institute