Has it been your dream to teach the Japanese language to others? The Summer M. A. Program in Japanese Pedagogy at Columbia University may be perfect for you! The Summer M. A. Program in Japanese Pedagogy is an extremely competitive program, attracting the best students and professors from around the world. In fact, the M. A. Program is limited to no more than thirty total students, and accepts only ten to twelve students each year. Over a typical three-year period, you will learn from professors from Columbia, Harvard and Princeton, as well as from other top universities in America, Japan, Europe and Australia. Live in New York and take classes each summer for three years, and you can earn your Masters degree in Japanese Pedagogy. At the same time, you will learn about the Japanese language, about teaching and acquiring foreign languages, and you will gain a highly marketable Masters degree from one of the world’s best universities.
Deadline for Summer Admission: February 15
Learn more at http://gsas.columbia.edu/content/academic-programs/japanese-pedagogy and at http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ealac/japanese/pedagogy.html