23. July 2019 - 18:30
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Japanese (2A Elementary) Part-time Evening Course - Term 3 | UNSW Global | Tuesday, 23. July 2019

Area of Interest: Languages

Feel at home anywhere with languages.
こんにちは Kon'nichiwa! (Hello!) 
There are over 125 million Japanese speakers around the world today. Whether you’re interested in watching a Miyazaki film in its original language, or talking more with locals beneath the cherry blossoms, on the ski slopes or in the bars in Harajuku, Japanese is one of the most popular and delicate languages to learn today.
We invite you to spend a few hours every week in Japan with us, to learn the language of Murakami, Yamauchi, Hanae Mori, and Pokémon.
UNSW Global courses are designed to create opportunities for real-life communication practice and connect you with other people who share your interests.
Did you know:
-        Japanese has three different writing scripts: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji!
-        Writing in characters gives you an entirely different way to illustrate your ideas – learn Japanese and unleash your creativity.
This course runs from 6:30-8:30pm on Tuesdays evenings for ten weeks.
UNSW Staff and Students (not including students on international student visas) can request a code for a 25% discount by clicking here.
Students who are re-enrolling in Modern Language courses can request a code for a 10% discount by clicking here. 

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?There is street parking on Day Avenue and streets just west of Anzac Parade. Restricted campus parking is also available in the UNSW car park on the corner of Day Ave and Anzac Parade.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?Please email enquiries.shortcourses@unswglobal.unsw.edu.au with any questions, or you can call (02) 9385 0555.
Can I continue to study Japanese after this course?Yes! Following the course, you can enrol in the next level in the next term. We have four terms every year based on the NSW school term dates.
What course book do we use?You will need to purchase a copy of the course books: Marugoto Starter A1 (Katsudo and Rikai books).
These books are available at the UNSW Bookshop on the main campus.
How big are the classes?Class numbers can fluctuate, but we keep a maximum of around 18 students per group.
Is there a minimum age?We welcome students from 18 years and up and often have very mixed age groups in the class.
How do I know if this is the right level for me?This course is for learners who are familiar with the written scripts and have some basic knowledge of the language. We estimate that learners could enter with 40-60 hours of prior language tuition.
What's the course cancellation and refund policy?UNSW Global reserves the right to cancel this course if necessary and will contact you as soon as practicable if this is required. If we cancel the course, you will get a full refund. If you cancel the course, refunds depend on the amount of notice. Please refer to UNSW Global's Terms and Conditions