Discover more about Course overview Gain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the East Asian region's cultures, histories, societies, economics and politics, while studying in Western Europe's most linguistically diverse city. Take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of East Asia with a course that can be tailored to your needs. Open days Our open days are a great opportunity for you to: get a taste for campus life and the city more broadly; find out about our subject areas and courses from current students and academic staff; explore our facilities through self-guided and dedicated tours; gain insight into your subject area through talks and taster sessions; ask questions and gather all the additional information you need to help with your decision-making. Find out more about our forthcoming open days , including how to register.
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It is designed for highly motivated future researchers who have a substantial undergraduate background in Chinese studies or related fields but need more exposure to topic-specific or discipline-based analytical frameworks and more intensive training in primary source language s and research skills. With the consent of their supervisor and relevant teachers, students may be permitted to combine papers from options 1 and 2. Some advanced text papers are assessed through examination. Please note that not all papers will be available every year and are subject to modifications if necessary.
Bachelor’s Programme 'Asian and African Studies'
Bachelor of Southeast Asian studies. Doctor of Chinese Studies. Research activities The Faculty specializes in area and country studies with an emphasis on the Asian countries. The Faculty's staff has published around articles in 5 years. Since , the Faculty has finished 04 research projects at State level, 01 at Ministry level, 03 at VNU level, 13 at University level; published many textbooks, monographs and lectures; and held many domestic and international conferences.
The greatest credit for the foundation of the Institute must go to Academician M. Nersissyan and Prof. Safrastyan since The IOS studies the history, socio-political, international and regional relations, the culture, religion, the problems of national minorities and ethnic groups of the countries and peoples of the Middle East, Caucasus and Eastern Asia from antiquity to the present.