Jun Imaki, MPhil

Specialization: Japanese Language

Jun Imaki, MPhil


The Australian National University, School of Culture, History and Language, Masters of Philosophy (Language Testing) (2014)
Southern Queensland University, Masters of Applied Linguistics (2007)
Kanda University of International Studies, B.A. (English Language) (2003)

Current and Previous Academic Affiliations:

2015 – current International College of Liberal Arts, Yamanashi Gakuin University
2011 – 2015 The Australian National University, Secondary College Extension Language Course, (Coordinator and Japanese teacher)
2007-2015 The Australian National University, College of Asia and the Pacific, Japan Centre (Adjunct Lecturer)
2007 – 2015 Canberra Institute of Technology, ACT, Australia (Japanese Language Instructor)
2007-2009 Daramalan College, ACT, Australia (Junior / Senior Highschool teacher)
2003-2006 Downlands College, QLD, Australia (Junior / Senior Highschool teacher)


Jun Imaki has been teaching Japanese language courses at iCLA since 2016. Her expertise is in the field of applied linguistics with research on assessment design. She has extensive experience teaching Japanese at high school, secondary college and university levels in Australia. In her classes, she always tries to foster student development by stimulating curiosity and independence in learning as she believes teachers cannot make students learn unless they want to learn.