BBK Japan is an academic society at Birkbeck. Our focus is to provide opportunities for students at the college to further expand their current studies with additional opportunities to learn and study.
Currently Birkbeck offers 5 levels of Japanese language, however they are only once a week. This leaves students to study on their own and find thier own resources for speaking and understanding the language. We aim to fill that gap with our study sessions, tutoring sessions, and workshops.
Whether your goal is to learn a few phrases, or prepare for a job interview if you move to Japan, we aim to help all students feel comfortable in their plans to interact with Japanese culture.
We try our best, however due to the nature of Birkbeck societies, we are almost completely self-funded.
That being said, we do sometimes host field trips to various lectures and events. And occiasionally we hold karaoke nights as well!
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several of our close friends for culture events and job preparation around London are:
BBK Japan is a proud partner to the Birkbeck International Students Officer, and subsidary group of the International Students Society! For all news, cultural updates, and general information please visit the Birkbeck International Students Society Facebook page @ International Students Society
For fun cultural and academic posts, visit our Facebook page!
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