University of Abuja Japanese Language and Culture Institute (JLCI) Admission Form

UNIABUJA Japanese Language and Culture Institute (JLCI) is excited to announce a unique opportunity for those passionate about learning the Japanese language and fascinating culture and embark on a journey towards cultural understanding.

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JLCI is now accepting Japanese language applications for a part-time, online certificate course for private and public learners.

This comprehensive program will help you gain cultural insights and language skills from the comfort of your home.

Admission Requirements

To be qualified for admission, candidates must:

  • Hold O’-level results.
  • Possess a strong motivation to study the language.
  • By the start of class, applicants can financially cover the tuition fee and learning materials.
  • Via Zoom, participate in all classes and exams online and have the application installed regularly.
  • Demonstrate dedication and commitment to continuing the study of the Japanese language.

Program Structure

Mode of Study

Part-Time

Duration

Online lectures will be conducted for 20 weeks, with an extension to 80 weeks to get to the N4 level of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).

Class Size

10-30 students per course are limited.

Expectations


At the N5 level of JLPT, candidates should be able to acquire Japanese language skills upon completion of the course in two terms of the first year.

Furthermore, in two years and four terms, students can attain the N4 level of JLPT.

Application Procedure

Interested candidates should use the university website and complete the online form. A non-refundable fee of N5,500 is required to obtain the form. N50,000 is the course fee.

Application Deadline

Don’t miss this opportunity! Applications close on Saturday, 6th May 2024.

Conclusion

Apply to begin this remarkable journey to learn and explore the Japanese language and culture at UNIABUJA JLCI today and take the first step towards expanding your linguistic and cultural horizons!

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