China Studies - Bachelors
|City||Student Scholarships||Category||Duration||Admission Requirements||Education Institution|
|Copenhagen, Aarhus||SU berettiget||Bachelors||3 year||Gymnasiel||
University of Copenhagen
|Student Scholarships||SU berettiget|
University of Copenhagen
Chinese Studies is a study that is more relevant than ever. Chinese is the language spoken by most people in the world and China's development is almost explosive. Additionally plays China and Chinese also have a greater role in the world community. In the program, you will have to study the large national and international challenges China faces. How can China continue to develop national identity while the internationalization of the country roars ahead, and how affected norms, institutions and individuals in China this?
To find answers to these questions you must get into the Chinese language, culture, history and society, and that is exactly what you do on China Studies. It all starts with one-year preparatory course where you learn in your language and get a broad introduction to the country. You will be taught in grammar, conversation, characters learn (writing), history, culture and society. The language you learn to study Mandarin as the official language of China. After the course you continue on the study of modern languages in China.
The teaching of the language is often handled by a Chinese, and teaching is agreed in advance between the student and the teacher. There is much emphasis on that education is dialogical and that as a student you have the opportunity, and is active in teaching.
Studying is always important in languages, but a study in China when reading China Studies, is the alpha omega, since the stay gives an impetus to language learning that education can not be. Therefore takes almost all students of China Studies of China in the 4th semester. It can be an expensive trip, and therefore is also given often scholarships for those studying. Blue. through the Cultural Convention, there is a mutual agreement between Denmark and China.
In China Studies gives you not only an insight into China's language, but also in China's society, culture and history. To study the culture, you work with Chinese literature, art, theater, film and media. You would need to acquire knowledge about different periods, genres and works, and you must learn to analyze literary works. During the study of China's society and history give you an overview of the main phases from ancient times to the present day and will have to examine the relationships between political, social, cultural and economic conditions. The main focus of the studies is still at China's current situation and development.
Most of the study know each other since there is only about 30 students at each grade level. China Studies share settings with Japan Studies and Asian Studies, who has joint committees. This committee consists of students and organizes parties and other social events during the year.
Dissemination of Chinese language and culture, education, research, communication, organizational work, trade, administration and in the travel industry.
Additionally, you can become a translator, interpreter, integration of employee and staff in private or governmental organizations.
Special admission requirements
Danish A, English B, History B or History of Ideas B or Contemporary History B. Chinese A (level can also be achieved by introductory courses in connection with the bachelor program).