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University Japanese Tutors & University Japanese Tuition

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Tatiana

Tatiana

Masters: Specialist in International Relations (2000)
the fascinating Japanese culture. I have been professionally teaching Russian and Japanese languages for 5 years and I can provide a lot of references. I offer tutoring on Japanese and Russian languages for all levels from beginner to advanced. My lessons are tailor-made for each person, so no matter what your level or interest, I can ensure you will achieve your goals. Therefore, if you are looking to learn for a holiday, or as a...

Keiko

Bachelors: BA Studio Ceramics (1996)
rewarding. I have been teaching Japanese as a freelancer since 2012. I have many successful private tutoring experience as well as some group lessons at school environment. All my lessons are totally customized to suit individual needs therefore each lesson is flexible and very efficient. The beginners lessons will include lots of visual materials to help quick and easy understanding. I try to use direct method where it is possible and include cultural aspects as...
Chelsea

Chelsea

Bachelors: Japanese Studies (2016)
given large format language taster sessions at events and I volunteer for the Japan Foundation as a language promoter. I have a flexible approach to teaching so that we can work at a pace that suits you. I can give you insight into the Japanese language based on my own learning journey. I try to make lessons fun and engaging in addition to text book work. I believe I can offer a friendly and casual...
Akiko

Akiko

Doctorate: PhD in Sociology (2010)
friendly style to engage students in fully comprehending an unfamiliar language. Tuition is provided in verbal and written Japanese using language props as an aid to understanding, with textbooks and specialist Hiragana teaching materials. I have excellent whiteboard writing skills and I am comfortable at teaching in both formal and less formal surroundings. Tuition can be arranged on a regular or irregular timetable according to the needs of the particular student(s). I am willing to...
Matthew
teaching English as a foreign language. I now live in Staffordshire with my family. I love teaching and have shown results in all that I teach. I can also speak Japanese. I am a patient, imaginative and energetic tutor. I try and taylor lessons appropriately for each student as each student is different. I am also flexible listening to feedback from my students, so that they can learn in a way that is most comfortable...
Artour

Artour

Masters: MA Pacific-Asian Studies (Anthropology major) (2011)
exam in London. I tutor for GCSE, IB, and A-levels in Sociology and mentor undergraduate and postgraduate students for essays, dissertation and exams in Anthropology and Sociology. Please do get in touch about whatever help you may need: understanding social theory, academic writing, structuring your essay or thesis, managing your studies schedule, or dealing with stress and anxiety. Over twenty years, a university degree in teaching, a PhD candidate. Flexible, consistent, suited to your wishes...

Keiko

Professional: Japanese Language Teaching Competency Test (2003)
a qualified Japanese language teacher. I have been living in Europe (France and England) for the last 20 years and speak fluent English and French. I have 12 years' experience teaching Japanese. My students are from 5 to 65 years old. Currently, I give both one-to-one lessons and group lessons. I prepare the lesson according to the individual student's requirements. I am happy to be contacted by the students any time they need my help....
Martina
of satisfaction from watching those I tutor become engaged in their studies. There really is nothing better. My continued desire to pursue my academic interests must- at least to some extent- be indebted to those who have taught me; and I want to help others in the same way as I was helped. I don't, at present, have a lot of spaces but please feel free to contact me if you're interested and I assure...
Calbert

Calbert

Doctorate: PhD (Linguistics, language acquisition, speech sciences) (2014)
University of Cambridge. I live in Cambridge so I am happy to teach one-to-one or seminar style to groups of 3 maximum. These could take place in a seminar room in St John's College or in a seminar room/my office at the University (Sidgwick site). I am also more than happy to give university advice to UCAS applicants, particularly those who wish to apply to Modern and Medieval Languages (MML) or the Faculty of English,...
to students studying such modules at university, as well as those students looking for help with their A Levels and university applications. Tutoring is always based on what the student wants to achieve. Most importantly, lessons should be fun, enjoyable and make you want to study the subject further in your own time. We will set targets at the beginning of any session and make sure that we achieve these before we move on to...

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