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Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) July 2019
Nihongo Cup 2019
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Love and Desire Between Women in Girls' manga   org

Date: 25 May 2019 from 2.30pm
Venue:

The Swedenborg Society | Swedenborg Hall | 20-21 Bloomsbury Way | WC1A 2TH London | United Kingdom


For more information, please click here.

This event is held in association with Japan Society.

  

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Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) July 2019   org

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a test which evaluates and certifies the Japanese-Language Proficinecy of non-native speakers of Japanese.The test is conducted twice a year, in July and December, in Japan and various locations around the world.

The next JLPT will take place on Sunday 7th July 2019, at two locations in the UK: London (SOAS University of London) and Edinburgh (the University of Edinburgh).

Please note that registration to take the test at SOAS and Edinburgh have both now CLOSED due to the test centre reaching maximum capacity.

Please refer to each university’s website for registration details.

Please note that the registration at each test centre may close early when the test centre has reached its maximum capacity.

For more information about the test, please visit the JLPT website.


Date: 7 July 2019
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Nihongo Cup 2019   org

Nihongo Cup is the Japanese Speech Contest for Secondary School students across three categories: Key Stage 3, Pre-GCSE Key Stage 4/5, and Post GCSE Key Stage 4 and 5.

Finalists will be invited to perform their speech at the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Oxford in front of a panel of judges and VIPs from the field of Japanese language education and Japan-UK relations, for the chance to win some fantastic prizes – including a trip to Japan!

Finals day will take place on 22nd June 2019 (Saturday). Finals will take place at the Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Oxford.

You can also find articles about previous Nihongo Cup finals on our News Page.

To find out more and for application forms, you can download the Zip file linked below.
Please note that the application deadline has now passed


Date: 22 June 2019
Download NC2019 Application Pack

Nihongo Cup is organised by the Association for Language Learning (ALL) and the Japan Foundation London.

          

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Japan Youth Challenge 2019   org

Applications are now open for the Japan Youth Challenge 2019.

Hosted at UCL (University College London), the UCL-Japan Youth Challenge (UJYC) brings together pre-university students from the UK and Japan in a 10-day summer school programme. We are currently looking for 50 British students to join their Japanese counterparts. 

Students from both countries will engage in a series of topic-focused activities including workshops, lectures and a symposium. Our highlight is the Grand Challenge Workshop where “Accessibility for All: AI and Robotics”, a topic important in our society today.

You can find more information by downloading the programme brochure here

Students from both countries will engage in
a series of topic-focused activities including
workshops, lectures and a symposium.
Our highlight is the Grand Challenge Workshop
where you will discuss “Accessibility for All”,
a topic important in our society today.Students from both countries will engage ina series of topic-focused activities includingworkshops, lectures and a symposium.Our highlight is the Grand Challenge Workshopwhere you will discuss “Accessibility for All”,a topic important in our society today.

Date: 20 July 2019 - 27 July 2019

Eligibility

Non-Japanese sixth-form students residing in the UK, aged 15, 16, 17 and 18 years (Parental consent will be required prior to the event. All students are supervised by UCL staff during the event.) Students will be joined by a group of Japanese students from Japan

Application Deadline

There is no application deadline, though early applications are encouraged as places are limited. 

Applications

To apply please visit https://www.ucl-japan-youth-challenge.com/ 
For enquiries, please email programme conductor Hideyuki Miyahara

Volunteers

We are currently seeking volunteers to help at this event. Please click here for more details (in Japanese).

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