Japan Studies - Masters

City Student Scholarships Category Duration Admission Requirements Education Institution
Copenhagen, Aarhus SU berettiget Masters 2 year Bachelor University of Copenhagen
Aarhus university
City Copenhagen, Aarhus
Student Scholarships SU berettiget
Category Masters
Duration 2 year
Admission Requirements Bachelor
Education Institution University of Copenhagen
Aarhus university
Japan Studies

If there is a culture that is different from the Danish, then it must be the Japanese.

You can almost not get further around the earth before are coming back again.

Despite the distance, so Japan is a fascinating country that has had a tremendous development both culturally and economically, especially since World War 2. It is one of the richest economies in the world with a large population, and therefore there is also a large export potential for many companies.

If you have taken the Bachelor's degree in Japanese Studies, it is a natural choice to continue on the candidate.

Master's degree in Japanese Studies 2 years and here the focus is on you to master the Japanese language to the fullest. You also learn to make yourself understood in all communication contexts such. job interview, business meeting, presentation or as an interpreter between 2 people. You can choose your study subjects and involves methods from other disciplines.

At the master go more in depth with the literary and socio-political issues where you study its impact on the world community over time. There has been particularly large impact on Japan from the outside over the past 100 years, both culturally, historically, economically and politically.

Precisely the economic part is probably one of the most exciting, as there are so many opportunities for sales and exports of goods to Japan.

Since it's not just anyone who can Japanese in Denmark, you have good opportunities to get a job which has sales or trading in Japan. It could possibly be a translator, a communications specialist or interpreter.

Japanese people are very devoted to traditions and customs, which makes it very important to know these cultural elements. It's part of your teaching and you will have a distinct advantage over many others in order to gain access to the Japanese counterparts, which not many other Danes.

You can also become a journalist and travel around as an employee abroad and report.