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May 2018 JF/BAJS/BATJ Spring Symposium on (Re)defining and Promoting Japanese Studies in UK

Date: 18th (Fri) and 19th (Sat) May 2018
Venue:Tuke115, Regent's University London
Fee: 20 pounds(incl. drink reception and lunch)*Flat fee, regardless of possession of membership.

The symposium consists of keynote presentations and four panel discussion sessions. The key questions are:

1. Understanding the hook:


What ignites students' interest in Japanese studies and draws them into studying Japanese language and culture at the University level? (E.g, academic research, employment, leisure interest).
b. Has there been any change in students profile for the last 10 years?
c. Understanding what students want and need, and how to best respond to them.
2. Identifying the current trend of the curriculum of the Japanese Studies programmes across UK. In particular:
a. How to best use Japanese language materials in Japanese Studies classes/modules
b. How to fully integrate the year abroad into the programme (and what happens if they cannot go)


Crystallising the future direction for a better partnership between Japanese Studies lecturers and language teachers

- Provisional Programme
- Direction to Regent's University London
- Hotels near Regent's University London

How to book your place:

1) Online Registration has now closed
2) Payment: Please pay by Paypal.

[Attention!!] Please make sure that (1) you register for participation as well as (2) paying the fee by Paypal.

PayPal administration fee is included.
The deadline for cancellation and booking alternation is
Monday 7th May. After this date, no refund is possible.

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