Institute of International Peace Leaders

Learn Japanese Language in Three Steps

Step OneTwo months Beginners Course (Level A1)
– Zoom Course by Professor Dr. Ryo Takahashi – Japan
– Certificate upon Completion
– 4-6 Credit hours per week
– Become proficient in Hiragana and Katakana
– Get the sills to communicate effectively in Japanese
– Limited seats / Small class size for interactive learning



40 % Special Discount for IIPL Member

Step Two – One month in-person Intermediate Course 

– Classes in Islamabad by Professor Dr. Ryo Takahashi – Japan
– Certificate upon Completion

Step Third– Two months on-campus expert course  

– Classes in Japan by Nippon Institute Japan
– Certificate upon Completion

What You will Get after Completing LevelA1

  1. Japanese Alphabets and Numbers: Get proficiency in Hiragana, Katakana, and basic numerical systems, laying the foundation for reading and writing in Japanese.

  2. Basic Vocabulary and Phrases: Acquire essential vocabulary and everyday phrases used in greetings, introductions, and common social interactions.

  3. Grammar Fundamentals: Understand fundamental aspects of Japanese grammar, including sentence structure, verb conjugation, and basic particles.

  4. Speaking and Listening Skills: Develop basic speaking and listening skills through conversational practice, pronunciation exercises, and listening comprehension activities.

  5. Writing Practice: Practice writing Hiragana and Katakana characters, as well as basic sentences and short paragraphs, to reinforce language acquisition.

  6. Cultural Insights: Get insights into Japanese culture, customs, and traditions, enhancing understanding and appreciation of Japanese society.

  7. Practical Communication Skills: Learn how to communicate in practical situations such as asking for directions, ordering food, and making simple requests.

  8. Certificate of Completion: Upon successfully completing the course, participants may receive a certificate recognizing their achievement in mastering the basics of Japanese language and culture.

  9. Study Strategies and Resources: Learn effective study strategies and gain access to resources for continued language learning beyond the course duration.

  10. Confidence in Language Use: Develop confidence in using Japanese language skills in everyday situations, laying the groundwork for further language proficiency and cultural exploration.