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LOWONGAN KERJA  FREELANCE STAFF PENGAJAR BAHASA JEPANG

LOWONGAN KERJA FREELANCE STAFF PENGAJAR BAHASA JEPANG

NEXS Japanese Language Center membuka lowongan kerja untuk FREELANCE STAFF Pengajar Bahasa Jepang, dengan kualifikasi sebagai berikut:

Laki-laki / perempuan dengan Study Background Bahasa Jepang, baik yang sudah lulus atau sedang menempuh kuliah saat ini
Minimal lulus JLPT N3
Diutamakan sudah memiliki pengalaman mengajar
Memiliki kendaraan pribadi
Memiliki waktu yang flexible untuk mengajar saat weekdays maupun weekend
Aktif, berkepribadian dan berpenampilan baik serta memiliki semangat tinggi dalam hal mengajar
Bagi yang berminat, silakan kirimkan CV via email: ask@nexs.co.id

Atau bisa datang langsung ke Head Office NEXS:

Komplek Ruko Carrefour Rungkut Blok A-25
Jl. Raya Kalirungkut No. 23 Surabaya 60293

Fast Call : 081335555002 (WA)

ID LINE: nexs.center

Terimakasih,

NEXS Japanese Language Center

Kaguya Hime : Si Timun Emas Negeri Sakura

Kaguya Hime : Si Timun Emas Negeri Sakura

Zaman dahulu kala hiduplah sepasang suami istri yang sudah berusia senja, mereka tidak memiliki anak dan hidup miskin, tapi meskipun demikian Kakek dan Nenek hidup rukun dan saling menyayangi. Sehari – hari sang kakek pergi ke hutan untuk mengambil bambu dan dibuat menjadi berbagai macam barang yang terbuat dari bambu. Orang-orang menyebutnya Kakek pengambil bambu. Suatu hari ketika Kakek masuk ke hutan untuk mengambil bambu, dilihatnya ada sebatang bambu yang bercahaya, karena penasaran Kakek memotong batang bambu tersebut dan alangkah terkejutnya sang Kakek ketika mendapati ada seorang bayi perempuan mungil di dalam batang bambu yang bersinar tadi. Kakek membawa anak perempuan di dalam batang bambu itu pulang dan dirawat layaknya anak sendiri dengan penuh kasih sayang, mereka menamakannya Kaguya.

Sejak menemukan Kaguya, setiap kali pergi ke hutan Kakek selalu menemukan kembali batang bambu yang bercahaya, tetapi kali ini didalamnya berisi koin emas kejadian ini terus berulang sehingga membuat Kakek dan Nenek menjadi kaya raya dan berkecukupan untuk membesarkan putri mereka. Kaguya tumbuh menjadi seorang putri yang sangat cantik jelita, wajahnya bercahaya, kulitnya bersinar berwarna kuning keemasan, membuat siapapun yang melihat jatuh hati padanya. Berita tentang kecantikan putri Kaguya tersebar ke seluruh penjuru negeri. Setiap hari selalu datang pria yang melamar untuk menjadikannya istri. Tetapi putri selalu menolaknya, meskipun tahu usahanya sia-sia para pria itu tetap bertahan di sekitar rumah Putri Kaguya dengan harapan sang putri akan berubah pikiran, hingga satu persatu dari mereka menyerah dan kemudian pulang dengan langkah yang hampa. Tetapi ada lima orang yang bertahan terus menunggu sang putri, melihat itu sang Kakek merasa iba dan berusaha membujuk putri agar menerima satu diantara lima pria tersebut, tapi putri tetap menolak secara halus dengan memberi syarat yang sukar untuk diwujudkan.

putri Kaguya meminta kelima pria yang menunggu untuk membawakan barang yang mustahil didapatkan, pria pertama diminta membawakan mangkuk suci buddha, pria kedua bertugas membawa bunga azaela emas, pria ketiga bertugas mencarikan tikus putih api dari china, pria keempat harus membawa mutiara naga, dan yang terakhir diminta membawa kulit kerang bercahaya milik burung walet. Kelima pria tersebut tidak ada yang bisa membawa barang permintaan putri Kaguya, mereka pulang dengan sagat kecewa karena cintanya bertepuk sebelah tangan. Berita kegagalan ini terdengar sampai ke kuping Kaisar dan Kaisar memutuskan menemui putri yang menjadikan Kaisar pun jatuh hati kepadanya, tapi putri tetap menolaknya, Setelah kejadian itu sang putri menjadi sering menangis setiap malam tiba sambil menatap cahaya bulan. Setiap malam berganti tangis putri menjadi semakin menjadi-jadi.

Hal ini membuat Kakek dan Nenek merasa khawatir dan menanyakan apakah gerangan yang sedang dipikirkan putrinya. Akhirnya Putri Kaguya mengaku bahwa dia sebenarnya bukanlah manusia bumi, melainkan manusia dari  bulan yang diturunkan ke bumi, dan dia akan kembali ke bulan pada malam bulan purnama tiba. Hingga akhirnya malam bulan purnama pun tiba orang-orang bulan turun untuk menjemput Putri Kaguya pulang ke bulan, prajurit-prajurit yang diutus Kaisar dan Kakek pengambil bambu berusaha melindungi putri agar tidak kembali ke bulan, tapi usaha mereka sia-sia dan pada akhirnya Putri Kayuga tetap kembali ke bulan.

Sebelum pergi putri yang ternyata menaruh hati juga kepada Kaisar memberi hadiah obat yang bisa membuat Kaisar hidup kekal. Tapi Kaisar merasa percuma hidup kekal bila tanpa ada Putri Kaguya disisinya, dengan sangat sedih karena kehilangan putri sang Kaisar menyuruh orangnya untuk membakar obat itu dibakar di Suruga, yaitu di puncak gunung tertinggi di jepang. Gunung tersebut kemudian disebut Fushi No Yama yang sekarang menjadi gunung Fujiyama. Konon obat yang dibakar diatas gunung ini yang membuat Gunung Fuji selalu mengeluarkan asap hingga sekarang.


Kaguya hime adalah salah satu cerita rakyat Jepang tertua yang sangat terkenal. Sebagian masyarakat Jepang masih percaya bahwa penyebab pucak gunung fuji yang merupakan gunung tertinggi di Jepang selalu  mengeluarkan asap karena putri kaguya hime. Selain itu, cerita rakyat Jepang ini memiliki kemiripan dengan cerita rakyat Indonesia yaitu “Timun Emas”.

KONSULTASI PENDIDIKAN DHU (Digital Hollywood University)

KONSULTASI PENDIDIKAN DHU (Digital Hollywood University)

NEXS Japanese Language Center bekerja sama dengan salah satu universitas terkemuka di Jepang, yaitu
DHU (Digital Hollywood University)
Menyediakan program studi S1 dengan pilihan bidang studi :
1.COMPUTER GRAPHIC
2.ANIMATION
3.MOVIES
4.GAME PROGRAMMING
5.WEB DESIGN
6.GRAPHIC DESIGN

Akan mengadakan privat konsultasi pada hari Jumat, 28 September 2018 pukul 15:00~17:00 bertempat di NEXS

Konsultan Pendidikan Profesional dan Terpercaya di Indonesia, NEXS Japanese Language Center

Dapatkan FREE TRIAL JAPANESE CLASS berdurasi 60 menit dengan materi pembelajaran pengenalan Bahasa Jepang, pengenalan Huruf Kana serta simulasi JLPT

NEXS Japanese Language Center, Pilihan tepat Belajar Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya!

🌟 NEXS Japanese Language Center 🌟
Kursus Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya (Kelas Regular & Private)
Conversation Class Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Kelas Persiapan JLPT di Surabaya
Kelas Bahasa Jepang ONLINE
Konsultasi pendidikan ke Jepang di Surabaya
Jasa Penerjemahan Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Program Study Tour ke Jepang

Head Office NEXS Japanese Language Center:
Komplek Ruko Transmart Rungkut Blok A-25
Jl. Raya Kalirungkut No. 23 Surabaya 60293
TELEPHONE: (031)8781033
WA : 081335555002
ID LINE: nexs.center
e-mail: ask@nexs.co.id
website: www.nexs.co.id

Washi : Kertas Kualitas Dewa Khas Negeri Sakura

Washi : Kertas Kualitas Dewa Khas Negeri Sakura

Washi (和紙) atau wagami adalah kertas yang dibuat dengan metode tradisional di Jepang. Dibandingkan kertas produksi mesin, serat dalam washi lebih panjang sehingga washi bisa dibuat lebih tipis, namun tahan lama (tidak lekas lusuh atau robek). Di Jepang, washi digunakan dalam berbagai jenis benda kerajinan dan seni seperti origami, shodō dan ukiyo-e. Washi juga digunakan sebagai hiasan dalam agama Shinto, bahan pembuatan patung Buddha, bahan mebel, alas sashimi dalam kemasan, bahan perlengkapan tidur, bahan pakaian seperti kimono, serta bahan interior rumah dan pelapis pintu dorong. Washi digunakan sebagai bahan uang kertas sehingga uang kertas yen terkenal kuat dan tidak mudah lusuh.

Shared by : NEXS Japanese Language Center

 

Konsultan Pendidikan Profesional dan Terpercaya di Indonesia, NEXS Japanese Language Center

Dapatkan FREE TRIAL JAPANESE CLASS berdurasi 60 menit dengan materi pembelajaran pengenalan Bahasa Jepang, pengenalan Huruf Kana serta simulasi JLPT

NEXS Japanese Language Center, Pilihan tepat Belajar Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya!

🌟 NEXS Japanese Language Center 🌟
Kursus Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya (Kelas Regular & Private)
Conversation Class Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Kelas Persiapan JLPT di Surabaya
Kelas Bahasa Jepang ONLINE
Konsultasi pendidikan ke Jepang di Surabaya
Jasa Penerjemahan Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Program Study Tour ke Jepang

Head Office NEXS Japanese Language Center:
Komplek Ruko Transmart Rungkut Blok A-25
Jl. Raya Kalirungkut No. 23 Surabaya 60293
TELEPHONE: (031)8781033
WA : 081335555002
ID LINE: nexs.center
e-mail: ask@nexs.co.id
website: www.nexs.co.id

Types of Programs for Studying in Japan

Types of Programs for Studying in Japan

As can be seen in the chart below, there are six types of Japanese government-sponsored scholarships available under the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship program: those for research students, teacher training students, undergraduate university students, Japanese studies students, college of technology students, special training students.

Those wishing to apply for a scholarship should meet one of the criteria listed below:

  • Recommended by a Japanese embassy or consulate general (Embassy Recommendation).
  • Recommended by the Japanese university which will accept you (University Recommendation).
  • Selected by the Japanese university in which you are currently enrolled if you are a privately-financed student already studying in Japan (Domestic Selection).

1. Japanese Government Scholarships and Their Content
(Fiscal 2019)

Research student Teacher training student Undergraduate student Japanese studies student College of technology student Special training college student
Level of studies Graduate school level Undergraduate level
Eligibility requirement University or college graduate University, college graduate or equivalent Secondary school graduate or equivalent University student (undergraduate level) Graduates of secondary schools or equivalent
Age limit (at time of granting) Under 35 At least 17 and under 25 At least 18 and under 30 At least 17 and under 25
Duration Maximum 2 years including Japanese-language training Maximum 1 year 6 months including Japanese-language training 5 years including Japanese-language training (7 years for medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and veterinary science) One academic year 4 years including Japanese-language training(4 and a half years for merchant marines studies) 3 years including Japanese-language training
Preliminary Japanese-language training 6 months (54 universities such as Hokkaido University)
Those with sufficient Japanese proficiency are not required to go through preliminary Japanese- language training.
1 year
(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies and Osaka University)
None 1 year
(Independent Administrative Institution: Japan Student Services Organization, Tokyo Japanese Lanugage Education Center)
1 year
(Bunka Institute of Language, Independent Administrative Institution: Japan Student Services Organization, Osaka Japanese Lanugage Education Center)
Fields of study Major in field of specialty at a graduate school Special training at a teacher training department Undergraduate education Japanese language or special training related to Japan Third year college of technology courses Post secondary courses
Designated countries Worldwide (168 countries and regions) Developing countries, etc. (64 countries and regions) Worldwide (100 countries and regions) Worldwide (74 countries and regions) Developing countries (40 countries and regions) Developing countries, etc. (49 countries and regions)
Planned number of new scholarship recipients 4,042 people 89 people 460 people 190 people 86 people 90 people
Scholarship stipend ¥143,000~148,000 per month ¥117,000~120,000 per month
Tuition Tuition for national universities and Institute of National College of Technology waived; tuition for public and private universities paid for by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Travel allowance Roundtrip fare (air ticket) provided
Embassy recommendation Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
University recommendation (overseas application) Yes No No Yes No No
University recommendation (local acceptance) Yes No Yes (For the final only) No No No
Examination Questions Click here Click here Click here Click here

Examinations required for Embassy recommendation

Research students Japanese, English (only applicants)
Teacher training students Japanese and English (Both for reference purposes)
Undergraduate students Japanese , English, mathematics and science (Only science faculty examinees are required to choose two out of the following three subjects: chemistry, physics or biology)
Japanese studies students Japanese
College of technology students Japanese , English,mathematics and physics or chemistry
Special training college students Japanese ,English and mathematics

2. Privately Financed Foreign Students

Privately financed foreign students are accepted at Japanese universities and graduate schools, etc., in one of two ways:

i)The student is accepted after domestic or foreign selection upon applying directly to the school from his or her own country.
ii)The student first enrolls in a private Japanese-language institute and completes preparatory education of about one-year in duration. The student then applies to the school of his or her choice.

In either case, a student needs to go through the selection process designated by the particular university or graduate school. In many cases, a student will have to sit for an entrance examination in Japan.
Because the process differs according to the university(http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/schinfo_e.html) or graduate school(http://www.jpss.jp/eng/index.html), please be sure to confirm the selection process.

What examinations do I need to take in order to enroll in a Japanese university?

In order to be accepted at a Japanese university, you will need to pass the examinations (including those listed below) designated by the university.

For details, please refer to Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
(http://www.jasso.go.jp/en/)
Gateway to Study in Japan
(http://www.g-studyinjapan.jasso.go.jp/en/)
web site or inquire directly to the school that you would like to apply to.

1)Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students

The Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) (http://www.jasso.go.jp/eju/index_e.html) is a test carried out by the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) since 2002. It serves to evaluate whether foreign students who wish to enroll at the undergraduate level at a Japanese university, etc., possess the necessary Japanese language skills and basic academic abilities to study at such institutions. EJU is also available in designated areas overseas and some Universities, etc., use the EJU score to grant pre-arrival admission without the need for prospective students to travel to Japan. There is a reservation program for the Honors Scholarships for Privately Financed International Students that is available after enrollment to a university, etc., to examinees who achieve a superior score on the EJU.

– FY2016 EJU Guidelines –
http://www.jasso.go.jp/en/eju/index.html

2)Japanese Language Proficiency Test

The Japan Foundation (overseas examinations) and the Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (domestic examinations) hold the Japanese Language Proficiency Test to evaluate the level of examinees’ Japanese language proficiency.
http://www.jlpt.jp/e/

What do I need to do to enroll in a graduate school?

Students wishing to enroll in a full-time master’s or doctor’s program as well as those wishing to become research students generally need to go through a documentary examination or entrance examination either in Japan or abroad. It may also become necessary for the student to find and obtain the informal consent of a supervising instructor prior to application. Please inquire at the graduate school to which you intend to apply for details.

3. Short-term Study and Student Exchange Programs

Short-term study refers primarily to studying abroad while still enrolled at a university in one’s home country on the basis of inter-university exchange agreements. The objective is not necessarily to obtain a degree but rather acquire a foreign language, experience a foreign culture or study at a university, etc. in a foreign country or region. The student receives education for a semester or several semesters within an academic year, acquiring credits or receives research guidance. Classes are carried out in the language of the country where the educational facility is located or in a foreign language.

Student exchange refers to a university dispatching a foreign student to another university with which it has an inter-university exchange agreement and having the other university accept the student.Credit acquired at the university where the exchange student is studying is generally calculated into the credits earned at the university where the exchange student is originally enrolled. Depending on the number of credits earned, it becomes possible for the student to graduate from the university where he/she is originally enrolled when the standard number of years necessary for acquiring a degree is reached. Tuition is ordinarily paid to the university where the exchange student is originally enrolled. However, there is a need to confirm how tuition should be paid while abroad as an exchange student or how credits are handled as they may differ from university to university.

Procedures for Becoming an Exchange Student

Almost all Japanese universities have an inter-university exchange agreement with a foreign university. Students desiring to become an exchange student at a Japanese university need to select a university from among the Japanese universities with which his/her university has an inter-university exchange agreement. S/he then makes an application for student exchange with the university in which s/he is enrolled. After going through a screening at his/her university, an application is then made to the university s/he wants to study at as an exchange student. This application is made through his/her university. Going abroad to study as an exchange student becomes possible when agreement is obtained from the university that s/he has chosen. Please keep in mind that even if there is an inter-university exchange agreement with the university, not all credits necessarily become object to exchange.

Details

Examples of Universities Accepting Short-term Exchange Students

Many Japanese universities accept short-term exchange students. Examples of a national university and a private university follow for your reference.

– Kyushu University (national university)

Outline of the university and acceptance of foreign students
Interview with an exchange student

– Waseda University (private university)

Outline of the university and acceptance of foreign students
Interview with an exchange student

Short-term Study Programs for Foreign Students in which Classes Can Be Taken in English (Undergraduate Level)

Scholarships for Short-term Study in Japan

1. JASSO International Student Scholarship for Short-term Study in Japan

This program provides scholarships to qualified foreign students who are accepted by Japanese universities on the basis of student exchange agreements, etc. on a short-term basis between three months and one year.

Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) website
http://www.jasso.go.jp/scholarship/short_term_e.html

2. Japan – East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (South Korea)

Japan – East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS Programme) is an exchange program which invites youths, centering on those from countries participating in the East Asia Summit, to Japan. JENESYS Programme (South Korea) is carried out as part of this program. By commission of the Japan-Korea Cultural Foundation, the Japan Student Services Organization provides support to qualified students enrolled in a South Korean university who are accepted by Japanese universities on the basis of student exchange agreements, etc.

Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) website (Japanese only)
http://www.jasso.go.jp/scholarship/jenesys_korea.html

3. Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship “Japanese Studies Program”

The Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) Scholarship system was inaugurated in 1954 and has accepted more than 83,000 (as of the end of fiscal year 2009) foreign students from about 160 countries and regions worldwide. The Japanese Studies Program is for undergraduates who are enrolled in a foreign university. The term is one academic year. Students are accepted for this scholarship from 74 countries and regions around the world.

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Konsultan Pendidikan Profesional dan Terpercaya di Indonesia, NEXS Japanese Language Center

Dapatkan FREE TRIAL JAPANESE CLASS berdurasi 60 menit dengan materi pembelajaran pengenalan Bahasa Jepang, pengenalan Huruf Kana serta simulasi JLPT

NEXS Japanese Language Center, Pilihan tepat Belajar Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya!

🌟 NEXS Japanese Language Center 🌟
Kursus Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya (Kelas Regular & Private)
Conversation Class Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Kelas Persiapan JLPT di Surabaya
Kelas Bahasa Jepang ONLINE
Konsultasi pendidikan ke Jepang di Surabaya
Jasa Penerjemahan Bahasa Jepang di Surabaya
Program Study Tour ke Jepang

Head Office NEXS Japanese Language Center:
Komplek Ruko Transmart Rungkut Blok A-25
Jl. Raya Kalirungkut No. 23 Surabaya 60293
TELEPHONE: (031)8781033
WA : 081335555002
ID LINE: nexs.center
e-mail: ask@nexs.co.id
website: www.nexs.co.id