Conversational Japanese Language Programs

Conversational Japanese classes on a part-time basis.

In today’s competitive & global world, learning Japanese gives you access to the world's 2nd largest economy, lets you appreciate anime, and gives you the confidence to discover & travel to new destinations.

Questions?

Call 306.966.4355 or email gisele.piche@usask.ca

Learning, Mastery & Fluency - Cost: $225 + GST/course

Conversational Japanese: Part-time programs

Low beginner to low intermediate:4 levels

Fall & Winter sessions: 20-hour classes over 10 weeks; evenings

Spring sessions: 20-hour classes over 8 weeks; evenings

  • Communicate more meaningfully.
  • Make your vacation or business trip more rewarding.
  • Learn with qualified, fluent and experienced instructors in a relaxed and friendly learning environment.
  • Develop language skills as you progress through different levels.
  • Receive an income tax deduction receipt, free access to materials in our library and a progress report card.
  • GST is not applied to Canadian official languages courses.

Contact us for a quick oral assessment before you register to ensure you are placed at the appropriate level.

Call 306.966.4355 or email gisele.piche@usask.ca
 

The Japanese for the Traveller for Beginners - Cost: $250 + GST/course

Fall & Winter sessions: 20-hour classes over 10 weeks; Wednesday evenings

Spring session: 20-hour classes over 8 weeks; Wednesday evenings

Planning a business trip or vacation to Japan? Get a head start on your Japanese travel conversational skills.

  • Learn in a comfortable conversational setting.
  • Focus on language skills specific to travel: understanding currency, asking for directions and getting through customs.
  • Be able to understand and speak with the locals.
  • Taught by a qualified, fluent & experienced Japanese instructor.
  • A small class size (limited to 14) provides opportunities for more focussed learning and interaction.
  • Manual included.

Questions?

Call 306.966.4355 or email gisele.piche@usask.ca