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Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
Address: 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Canada, M3J 1P3
Phone: 416-736-5016
Fax:
416-736-5483
Main Office:
Ross South 561
Counter Hours:
8:30 a.m. -  3:30 p.m. (Monday - Thursday)
8:30 a.m. -  3:00 p.m. (Friday)
                                





                                                                                                                            
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  • Welcome to the Japanese Studies Program at York University!
  • Honours Minor Degree Program in Japanese Studies: Link
  • The full-time co-op (internship) project with Mitsui & Co. (Canada) Ltd. - currently recruiting candidates: please contact the Section Coordinator
  • If you find a course/tutorial you wish to enroll in turns out full or seats restricted on line, please continue to try the online enrollment system. People may re-enroll or a new tutorial may be added. There is no waiting list, but please attend the class of your choice, even if you cannot enroll. Please let the instructor know your intention. There is no guarantee, but there are students who drop the course/tutorial.
  • Currently all the 10 tutorials of AP/JP1000 6.0 are full.
  • All the tutorials scheduled before the first lecture will be held as scheduled. Please do not miss yours.
  • AP/JP4600 3.0 The Japanese Immigration Experience in Canada - new, please contact the Section Coordinator, if the prerequisite is not satisfied.

Event Calendar
2015 Japanese Language Proficiency Test
On-line application
December 6, 2015, Sunday
September 1 - October 2, 2015
JLPT Web Site

Highlight
  • Y-File: York faculty member honoured with the title of eInvited Professorf by University of Havana full story ...
  • York winners in the 2014 Ontario Japanese Speech Contest list
  • Professor Cary Takagaki has joined the faculty to teach courses on culture and society.
  • Ms Minmin (Sophia) Yu, Schulich School of Business has been selected for the 2014-5 York-MItsui Canada Co-op (internship) project. Congratulations, MInmin. 
  • York students won many prizes at the 33rd OJSC. Congratulations!  link
  • Ms. Laina Tsurusaki won the first prize in the Open category at the National Japanese Speech Contest held at the University of Calgary. Congratulations!!!  link
  • Japanese Foreign Ministerfs Commendation Awarded to York University Scholar  link


                                                            
                                                              
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