Intensive Language study fellowships: Japanese
Full-Year Asian Language Concentration Program (FALCON), Cornell University
Published: Wednesday, December 08, 2004
A limited number of undergraduate and graduate fellowships are available
through Cornell University for the intensive study of CHINESE or
JAPANESE. Cornell University offers a Full-Year Chinese and Japanese
language program (FALCON) during which students spend six hours a day, five
days a week, studying language only, and thus are able to complete as much
as 1200 hours of supervised classroom and laboratory work in one year.
Practice sections are restricted in size and are conducted by native
speakers. One lecture daily is conducted in English to provide necessary
analysis and explanation.
Summer Session: June 8 - August 10, 2005; 8 credits
Fall Semester: August 25 - December 16, 2005; 16 credits
Spring Semester: January 23 - May 19, 2006; 16 credits
Please visit the FALCON website or contact the FALCON office for up-to-date application, financial aid and fellowship information.
Program Home: http://lrc.cornell.edu/falcon
Applications received after March 1, 2005 are considered on a rolling basis