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Japanese courses - Learn Japanese in Berlin

Please be aware that the minimum German language requirement for participation in our foreign language courses is B1.

Click here to register for the Japanese courses in our language school. 

Our language school offer a variety of Japanese courses from beginner to intermediate ability, offering a range of course types: morning, afternoon and evening courses (1 x Week), crash courses, intensive courses and educational-leave courses (2-5 x Week), conversation courses and language courses for business and travel (1-2 x Week) as well as specialised private one-on-one lessons.

We highly suggest that all students with some Japanese language skills (no matter how little) sit an introductory Japanese test before applying to a course, so that we can place you into a group best suited to your abilities.

Course start dates aren't restricted to semesters, trimesters or quarters but rather run all year round depending on the number of participants.

This allows our students a degree of flexibility with their learning and any information regarding the course timetable is updated daily.

Whether you live in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Lichtenberg or Neuköln, you'll find that our language school is central and easy to get to, nestled right in the heart of Berlin-Friedrichshain.

Important information about our Japanese courses:

Group sizes

  • Evening/part-time Intensive courses: 5-9 participants
  • Intensive/educational-leave courses: 4-10 participants

Teaching staff

  • Dedicated, qualified and native academics
  • With years of experience

Learning material

  • Group courses:bLevel A1-B1; without textbook from level A1.2: (mainly) Minna No Nihongo (special conditions possible at Sprachenatelier)
  • One-on-one lessons: after consultation

Level & Hours of learning

  • Japanese Langiage Proficiency from N5 (Beginner) to N1 (near native speaker level)

N5 (equivalent: Level A1 after GER): 150 hours

N4 (equivalent: Level A2 after GER): 150 hours

N3 (equivalent: Level B1 after GER): 150 hours

N2 (equivalent: Level B2 after GER): 150 hours

N1 (equivalent: Level C1/C2 after GER): 300 hours

Also see: Official Homepage of JLPT - Level overview

  • Evening courses & part-time courses are divided in sub-levels every 24 hours
  • Completion of a level for example A1: A1.1 – (approx) A1.4

Method of learning

  • Communicative, direct, activity-orientated, active participation, competent-orientated translation of learned material in every-day situations, consideration for the requirements and wishes of participants.
  • Course includes: Written and oral expressions, listening and reading comprehensions.
  • Language of teaching: Japanese

For more information about our Japanese courses please contact us here

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