Japanese

Japanese Course Enrolment Instructions - 2022-2023 Academic Year

**The screening process for EAS120Y1 for the 2022-2023 year has closed. Any student who enrols on ACORN did not participate in the screening process before August 5 will be removed from the course.**

The following three steps must be complete by August 5. Due to the screening process timeline, students may not enrol in the course or add themselves to the waitlist after August 5. Only waitlisted students who have completed the screening process steps may get into the course after August 5, 2022.

Step 1: Take the required Level Check for EAS120Y. (If the Level Check for EAS120Y1 indicates you must take the placement test, register for the placement interview/test (see below). Failure to take the placement test will result in being removed from the course.)

Step 2: Enrol, or add yourself onto the waitlist for, EAS120Y1 and a tutorial section via ACORN. 

Step 3: After you enrol in the course on ACORN, submit the online EAS120Y1 Screening Form to complete your enrolment. The form must be submitted within 48 hours after you enrol in the course on ACORN. Failure to submit the mandatory form will result in removal from the course.

*EAS120Y and EAS121H are not eligible for the CR/NCR option.*

Students Hoping to Place into EAS121H1S or EAS221H1S

A placement test will be held late in the Fall semester. Please revisit this page in September for details.

Newly-Admitted Students (students who are entering their first year at U of T in 2022)

Students with any background must attend the placement interview/test and receive a placement. See placement test/interview details below. Being placed in a course does not guarantee you a spot in the course. Please note that the registration deadline has passed.

Returning Students (any returning U of T student, including those who are in first year but took U of T classes previously)

Students with any background must attend the June placement interview/test and receive a placement prior to enrolment OR have the minimum grade in the prerequisite in the most recent academic year. See placement test/interview details below. Being placed in a course does not guarantee you a spot in the course.

After you have received a course placement OR if you have the minimum grade in the prerequisite*, please check the Arts & Science Timetable to see when you can enrol in the course in which you have been placed. Enrol in the course on ACORN.

* Minimum grade in the prerequisite (if you do not take the prerequisite in the most recent year, you must take the placement test):

EAS220Y: EAS120Y/EAS121H 67%
EAS320Y: EAS220Y/EAS221H 70%
EAS460H/EAS461H: EAS320Y 70%

*EAS120Y1 and EAS121H1 are not eligible for the CR/NCR option.*
** You may not enrol in an EAS program on ACORN solely for the purpose of getting into a language course.**

 

Upcoming Placement Interviews/Tests

Dec 2022 Placement Interview & Test for EAS121H1S, EAS221H1S or EAS460H1S

Registration Deadline: November 30 (Submit the online form from the link below and complete Level Check 1 (and 2, if required) by the deadline.)

Placement Interview (Online): December 8 (R), 10am-
Placement Test (Online): December 9 (F), 10am-12pm

Registration: https://forms.office.com/r/HMeWrPjETQ 
*You will receive an email about the interview with a Zoom link and sign-up form on December 2. 

August 2022 Placement Test for Students who wish to take EAS120Y1 (whose Level Check indicates they must take the placement test)
and Incoming Students

Registration Deadline: August 4 (Submit the Registration Form, and complete Level Checks 1 (and 2, if required) by August 4)
** Please note that the registration deadline is passed.

Placement Interview: August 11-12 (online)
Placement Test: August 16, 9-11am (online)

    Graduate Students

    Graduate students from within and outside the department who need knowledge of Japanese for their research may take a Japanese course with the approval of EAS. To request enrolment, please submit the PDF iconLanguage Course Add/Drop Request Form for Graduate Students and register for the placement interview. If placed in a course, you will be enrolled in a graduate course code though the credit does not normally count towards graduate programs. The course is graded as credit/non-credit (CR/NCR); 70% or above is required for a CR. Auditing is not an option.

    2020-2021 Syllabi (For Reference)

    1. EAS120Y1Y/EAS1301Y1Y Modern Standard Japanese I
    2. EAS220Y1/1302Y1 Modern Standard Japanese II
    3. EAS320Y1Y Modern Standard Japanese III
    4. EAS461H1F Modern Standard Japanese IV-b

    Japanese Language Program Coordinator

    Name: Professor Jotaro Arimori
    Office: RL 14-088
    Email Address: japanese@utoronto.ca