Impression of Japanese Universities’ Specialized Courses Among Chinese Overseas Students: The Outcome of a PAC Analysis


This paper aims at revealing the impressions of Japanese universities’ specialized courses among Chinese overseas students and showing some viewpoints in international education support. It is processed by 3 Chinese students’ interview and investigated by PAC analysis. In the result, clear explanation, collaborative learning with Japanese students, relaxing class atmosphere, teachers’ respectful attitude towards student, qualified language skill and adequate professional knowledge are suggested as being important class elements among Chinese overseas students. Moreover, the author discusses some viewpoints for the education support on Chinese overseas students in Japan, such as the professional Japanese language learning support, the professional report writing support, the construction of Japanese teachers’ reliability, the improvement of positive participation among Japanese student, and the development of smooth international communication.

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Wanxin Yan, Tohoku University, Japan
Taira Nakajima, Tohoku University, Japan

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Conference: ACE2019
Stream: Learning Experiences

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