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JohnHaig924653
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Japanese Language Course in UK

Postby JohnHaig924653 » May 7th, 2013 5:16 am

Hi Everyone,

Im wondering if anyone can give me some advice. I am currently working a full time job and i live in Lincolnshire in England. I am trying to find a Japanese teacher or course but it is all to no avail. I have tried colleges around my area and Universities wont accept me because of my GCSE'S. I have found online tutors but id really like to find a course or have a face to face teacher. Any advice would be appreciated as i'm just trying to gather my options.

Thanks for reading
John

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Re: Japanese Language Course in UK

Postby mmmason8967 » May 7th, 2013 7:26 am

I live in Huntingdon, about 75 miles south of you, and the situation is much the same here: you can't find Japanese evening classes, or any kind of course really. The only option seems to be to see if you can find a tutor, which is easier said than done.

One website that might be worth trying is http://www.tutorhunt.com. It costs nothing to search, but if you find a tutor in your area, you have to pay to be put in contact with them. Since it's the prospective student that pays, rather than the tutor, they seem get quite a lot of tutors, so it's probably worth a shot.

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Re: Japanese Language Course in UK

Postby LeesaJohnson » June 5th, 2015 7:25 pm

Hi Johnhaig,
If you are trying to learn Japanese language and university is not accepting you due to your GCSE'S then online tutors
are best options for you. It will help you lots in learning Japanese language, so you can visit http://www.selectmytutor.co.uk/
for searching online tutor for learning Japanese. :)


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