Study-abroad programs in Japan that are administered by organizations in the United States are of several types. Some are direct one-to-one exchange programs for students at colleges and universities that have exchange agreements with counterparts in Japan. These programs offer several advantages to students at the sponsoring schools: there is generally no interruption or delay in the student's scheduled course of study or graduation date; students earn credits at their own institution for work done abroad; tuition bills are often the same as at the home school; financial aid is usually transferable and usable during the study-abroad period. If you are a student at a college or university that has an exchange program with a college in Japan, your international programs office will be able to advise you. Exchange programs range from the one at Kansai Gaidai, which has exchange agreements with several dozen U.
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The American Association of Teachers of Japanese AATJ is an international, c 3 non-profit, non-political organization of teachers, scholars, and students of Japanese language, literature, and linguistics, which works to promote study of the Japanese language at all levels of instruction in the field and to broaden and deepen knowledge and appreciation of Japan and its culture. In recent years, with the importance of Japan in the world economy and the worldwide influence of its media and popular culture, the importance of study of Japanese language, literature, and culture has been increasingly recognized. As more schools, colleges, and universities offer programs of study in these areas, the AATJ has assumed an increasingly important role through its conventions, its services and activities in public affairs, its involvement in policy decisions, and its advocacy at the national, state, and local level. It publishes the internationally recognized research journal Japanese Language and Literature twice each year and the AATJ Newsletter four times annually. There are at present more than members of AATJ, representing every state as well as Canada, Australia, Europe, and Japan, and every level of instruction and area of study.
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