Professor Frederick Gravenir, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Research, Innovation and Outreach (Second from the right) with members of staff during the Korean photo exhibition.
The Director of the Korean Language and Culture Centre, Mr. Kim Eungsu, directs members of staff during the Korean photo exhibition on 24 February 2017
Professor Christian Olivier from the Université de la Réunion (facing camera) consults with fellow trainers during the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) – Indian Ocean Regional Postgraduate seminar on 23 February 2017
Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) – Indian Ocean Regional Postgraduate seminar participants take a break during the training
The Departmental French Resource Centre
Members of staff follow proceedings during the official commissioning of the Francophone Digital Centre
The Departmental Japanese Language Laboratory
The Departmental German Resource Centre
Students in a classroom session at the Departmental Korean Language and Culture Centre
One of the postgraduate students presenting her research proposal in one of the language laboratories
Students follow proceedings during the official commissioning of the Francophone Digital Centre that was funded through partnership between Kenyatta University and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie
Participants in the Regional Graduate seminar pose for a group photograph
The Regional Graduate Seminar in session in the Francophone Digital Centre
The first CNFp steering committee meeting in session at the Digital Centre on 1st February 2017
The CNFp Steering Committee Chairperson, Dr. Milkah Chokah makes her remarks during the official Commissioning of the Francophone Digital Centre
Kenyatta University management led by the acting DVC (Administration) Professor Wangari Mwai (eighth from left) and staff members join guests for a group photo
AUF Indian Ocean Region Director, Mr. Phillipe Bataille (left), Chairman Foreign Languages’ Department, Dr. Vincent Were (centre) and DVC (Administration) Professor Wangari Mwai (right) during the official commissioning of the Digital Centre on 1st February, 2017.
The chief guest, the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie – Indian Ocean Region Director, Mr. Phillipe Bataille and the Linguistic Attaché at the French Embassy in Kenya, Mr. Johann Robinet follow proceedings during the official opening of the Francophone Digital Centre

Diploma In Japanese

Entry Requirements

  • Common regulations for diploma programme in the university shall apply.
  • General regulations for diploma programs in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences shall apply.
  • Departmental regulations for diploma programme shall apply.
  • Mean grade of C (plain) at KCSE or its equivalent with at least grade C- (minus) in English or Kiswahili OR KACE with at least a subsidiary pass OR Mean grade of C (plain) at KCSE with a certificate in Japanese language awarded by Kenyatta University or level 4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test awarded by Japan Foundation or other recognized Institution.
  • A certificate in Japanese language from Kenyatta University, Japanese Language
  • Proficiency Test (JLPT) level III or a certificate from any other recognized institution.

Examinations
A student enrolled in the programme shall be expected to take and pass examinations in all unit
taught.
Final examination will account for 70% while continuous assessment will be 30%.

Certification
Students in the Diploma Programme in Japanese will be required to successfully complete the 24 units offered to qualify for the award of Diploma of Kenyatta University in Japanese Language.

Unit Codes and Titles

First Semester
AFJ 010: Introduction to Japanese Society in the Modern World
AFJ 011: Japanese Language I AFJ 012: Japanese Grammar I AFJ 013: Situational Japanese I
AFJ 014: Japanese Reading and Writing I
AFJ 015: Phonetics and Phonology in Japanese Language

Second Semester
AFJ 020: Cultural Heritage and Affinities with Nature
AFJ 021: Japanese Grammar II AFJ 022: Language II
AFJ 023: Situational Japanese II AFJ 024: Reading and Writing II AFJ 025: Listening Skills I

Third Semester
AFJ 030: Business Japanese I AFJ 031: Language III
AFJ 032: Situational Japanese III AFJ 033: Reading and Writing III AFJ 034: Grammar III
AFJ 035: Listening Skills II
 
Fourth Semester
AFJ 040: Business Japanese II AFJ 041: Translation
AFJ 042: Language IV
AFJ 043: Situational Japanese IV AFJ 044: Listening Skills III
AFJ 045: Reading and Writing IV

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