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History

1954 Establishment of the Special Course for International Students (current Center for Japanese Language and Culture) in Osaka University of Foreign Studies (OUFS)
1969 First launch of the research bulletin of the Special Course for International Students, "Japanese Language and Culture"
1977 Establishment of Japanese Language Master's Program in the Graduate School of Foreign Studies of OUFS, in close collaboration with the Special Course for International Students
1987 Establishment of Japanese Language Program in the Department of Foreign Studies in OUFS, creating a direct connection between the department and the master's program
1991 First launch of the bulletin for the Japanese Language Program, "Research in Japanese Language and Culture" The 16th and 17th (1989 and 1990) issues of "Japanese Language and Culture" were a collaboration with the Special Course for International Students.
1991 Restructuring and expansion from the Special Course for International Students to Japanese Language Education Center for International Students
1993 Day School and Night School of the Department of Foreign Studies were shifted to the International Culture Program (Day Course/Night Course) and Regional Culture Program (Day Course/Night Course). Japanese Language Program was shifted to the Japanese Major Program of the Day Course of the International Culture Program.
1997 Master's Program of the Graduate School of Foreign Studies, OUFS, became the Master's Program of Language and Society (Regional Language and Society Program, International Language and Society Program), and a doctoral program of language and society was newly established. The Master's Program was positioned as a Japanese course in the International Language and Society Program.
2001 Master's Program was set up for the Special Japanese Language and Culture Course of the Graduate School of Language and Society, OUFS. Two special overseas exchange courses were created in line with this: "Practical Japanese Language and Culture Course" and "Special Japanese Language and Culture Course." The practical course was to be taught by the academic staff from the Japanese Language Program, and the special course was to be taught by the teachers of the Japanese Language Education Center for International Students.
2003 Establishment of a Doctoral Program in Japanese Language and Culture
2003 First issue of "Annual Report for Japanese Language Program"
2006 The name "International Student Center for Japanese Language" was changed to "The Center for Japanese Language and Culture"
2007 Launch of the National University Corporation Osaka University, in line with the consolidation of two national university corporations: Osaka University of Foreign Studies and Osaka University. The organization of academic staff from the Japanese language program was split into the Course of Japanese Language and Culture of Studies in Language and Society and the Research Institute for World Languages.
2008 The Japanese Major Program of the International Culture Program (Day Course) became the Japanese Major Program, School of Foreign Studies.
2012 Studies in Japanese Language and Culture became independent from Studies in Language and Society, GSLC, Osaka University. Teachers from the Course of Japanese Language and Culture and the Research Institute for World Languages came under the employment of the Japanese Language and Culture Program, Studies in Japanese Languages and Culture, to administrate the new major program, together with teachers of the Center for Japanese Language and Culture.
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