Japan is one of the world’s top economies and one of America’s most important trading partners, home to exciting new technologies and rich classical and pop cultures.
The Japanese program at UW-Madison is considered to be one of the best programs in the United States and is well known for its quality and effectiveness. We offer students a range of courses and activities that impart an understanding of the culture and civilization of Japan. Program faculty provide expertise in a wide range of fields, including Japanese language pedagogy, Japanese linguistics, classical Japanese language, and Japanese literature and visual culture from their beginnings in the eighth century down to the present day in a transnational context. Students in Japanese courses at UW-Madison receive outstanding instruction from faculty at all levels, and they receive close personal attention that is rare at a large university.
Majors & Certificate
Rachel Weiss, email@example.com
Japanese Conversation Table
Spring 2022: Fridays at 4:30-5:30 pm
Zoom meeting (February 4th and 11th)
Meeting ID: 974 0936 8124
Location: Ingraham Hall, room 214 (February 25th onwards)
Contact: Miyabi Ozawa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Only for intermediate or higher level students
Residential Living @ UW
Live in Nihongo Hausu, the Japanese House in the International Learning Community
You can study Japanese in Japan. Contact International Academic Programs for more information. Additional opportunities are available through the College of Engineering and the Wisconsin School of Business.
Browse the Wisconsin Involvement Network for more information.
Consider an internship where you can use Japanese, either in the US or abroad. An internship in any field can complement your language study and can provide valuable professional experience.