Overview

Overview

The aim of the master’s program Transnational European and East Asian Culture and History (TEACH) is to build solid regional, linguistic and methodological skills for cross-cultural, international and transnational work and research in Europe and East Asia. The course serves to acquire a master’s degree at the University of Bonn and a second master’s degree at the Japanese or Korean partner university. Mandatory one-semester study visits to Japan and Korea are therefore part of the course.

The master’s degree builds on linguistic and methodological knowledge and skills acquired in a Japan or Korea-related bachelor’s degree. This knowledge is applied to a second country - for Japanologists: Korea; for Koreanists: Japan - as well as expanded to include a European perspective.

Entry Requirements

 

  • Examination regulations (legally binding information)
  • German language skills (language level GeR C1)
  • University degree (domestic or foreign) in a relevant subject
  • English skills (language level GeR B2)
  • Other language skills: Japanese or Korean with at least 60 ECTS
  • Minimum grade 2.5 or country-specific equivalent

Career Prospects

Intercultural communication, intercultural management, international development cooperation / peace and conflict research, international educational work (adult education, language courses, etc.), politics (policy advice), culture (protection / maintenance / management of global cultural assets, cultural institutions / management, museums, etc.), tourism (Long-distance / educational / cultural tourism), journalism, science (teaching / research at universities, research institutions, etc.)


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