全国専門学校日本語教育協会

The National Association of Colleges for Japanese Language Education

ご挨拶 Chairperson’s Message

名誉会長 大沼 淳Honorary Chairperson Sunao Onuma
全国専門学校日本語教育協会は1986年の設立以来、一貫して教育の質の向上を掲げて活動してきました。グローバル社会を迎え、留学生が増える一方、国レベルで日本語教育を位置づけようとする動きもあります。目の前に多様な課題が見えている今、協会としてもスピード感を持って先に進んでいかなければなりません。この節目に際し、全国専門学校日本語教育協会も次の世代の力が必要です。深堀和子新会長のもと、これからも留学生にとって何が大切なのかを考え続ける集団であって欲しいと思います。また、協会の趣旨に賛同し、共に歩んでいこうとする新会員の方が増えて下さることを期待しています。皆様の健闘を祈ります。
大沼 淳
The National Association of Colleges for Japanese Language Education (NACJE), since its establishment in 1986, has been consistently active in realizing high-quality Japanese language education. In today’s global society, the number of international students is growing, and there have been movements to position Japanese language education at the national level. With various issues now emerging, we should move forward with a sense of urgency. At this turning point, we at NACJE need the power of the next generation. With Kazuko Fukabori as the new chairperson, I hope it will continue to be a group which attempts to understand and consider what is beneficial to international students. Moreover, we welcome all those who share the same purpose to join us. I am sincerely hoping for NACJE’s continued success.
深堀 和子
会 長 深堀 和子Chairperson Kazuko Fukabori
全国専門学校日本語教育協会(全専日協)は、日本を留学先に選んだ学生に質の高い教育と生涯心に残るような出会いや体験をして欲しいとの思いから、語学系専門学校が集まり、世界に誇れる日本語教育を目指して1986年に設立されました。これまで各国の日本語教育事情調査や教員研修、スピーチコンテスト、各種講演会、更に法務省・文科省等行政及び産業界との会議や情報収集、また国内外への会員校紹介に努めてまいりました。今、政府は増加している留学生や外国人労働者のため、受け入れ体制の充実と法整備を進めております。会員校の皆様に安定した質の高い教育に専念して頂けるよう、協会として的確な情報をご提供してまいる所存です。日本語学習を考えていらっしゃる海外の方々におかれましては、行政の厳しい審査を受けている本協会の会員校を、特に信頼できる留学先として是非ご検討いただきたいと思います。
今後共、一層のご支援のほどよろしくお願いいたします。
The National Association of Colleges for Japanese Language Education (NACJE) was established in 1986 by a group of Japanese language colleges to promote world-class Japanese language education. The hope of the founders was that students who chose Japan as a study-abroad destination could receive high-quality education and have unforgettable encounters and experiences in Japan. Since then, we at NACJE have performed a wide range of tasks, including surveys of Japanese language education in various countries, teacher training programs, speech contests, lectures, meetings with the ministries of Japan (such as the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology), meetings with industries, information gathering, and raising awareness of member colleges both nationally and internationally. Today, the Japanese government is establishing new systems and laws for accepting an increasing number of international students and foreign workers. We will make every effort to keep member colleges updated with the latest and most accurate information so that they can focus their energies on providing stable and quality education. If you are an international student who is thinking of learning Japanese in Japan, we confidently recommend the member colleges of NACJE as reliable study-abroad destinations which have been rigorously reviewed by the government.
We look forward to your continued support in the future.


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