Learning Japanese and English is fun at OSULA

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Graduating class of High School Japanese 3AB.

OSULA Education Center was established in 1989 as an overseas branch campus of Osaka Sangyo University in Japan. Students from the parent campus in Osaka, as well as high-school graduates from around the world, come here to develop their English-speaking skills. With dormitories for overseas students on campus, OSULA is a truly exciting international community in the vibrant setting of Studio City.

In order to meet the needs of the local community around OSULA, a Japanese language program was developed for adults, teens and children. Also OSULA has an abundance of Japanese language and cultural resources available to those who are in the program. In addition, a unique class is now being taught at the school. “Manga de Nihongo” is a course which uses comic books and animation to help students learn Japanese in a fast and fun way. With regards to learning English, OSULA offers six levels of Intensive English Programs. Survival and Conversational English courses are also offered to help students meet the needs of a fast pace American society. In addition, a TOEFL course is also taught at the school for those students who are planning to take the TOEFL exam.

Summer 2010 Japanese classes will start the first week of July. How about jump-starting your summer by taking a class and getting a real “East meets West” experience in the middle of Studio City? If you are interested, please visit our website www.osula.com.

OSULA is located at 3921 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604. For more information, contact Takako Maeda of the Japanese Program and Naoko Takeuchi for ESL Program by phone at (818) 509-1484 or by fax at (818) 509-1486.

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