Dept. of Chinese culture & art studiesCollege of Humanities
- Tel : 82-031-379-0460
- Room : 4106
- Why should I learn Chinese? China, which is called G2, with the world's second-largest population of millionaires (3.5 million people), can you even estimate that? There is saying that it is better to look at something once than to listen a hundred times. Take a look at the 2015 KBS Special Project Super China 7 series. Then, you can understand why you need to learn Chinese.
- Does our department only teach Chinese? They teach Chinese and also teach about culture. As Winston Brembeck said, “To know another's language and not his culture is an excellent way to make a fluent fool of oneself.” If you learn only the foreign language without cultural knowledge, you will be a fool who can only speak.
- What else do students learn besides Chinese and culture? The information age demands the convergence of education between liberal arts and science. Chinese language and culture are the fundamentals, and courses such as 'video editing practice' and 'understanding storytelling' are included in the regular curriculum in order to give the planning IT ability to turn that into content.
- Are there any other courses to help students get a job? Of course there are. In addition to the major subjects, there are 'Job success strategy', 'Leraning Korean history in Chinese', 'Computer competency', 'Accounting jobs', 'Business etiquette', 'Writing and discussion', 'Strategy to enter the Chinese market’ and ‘Internships in China’ also available.
- What are the job opportunities after graduation? The biggest export market for Korea is China. There are countless areas where Chinese is needed. If you set a goal and devote yourself toward that goal, you can achieve a brighter future than any major. The graduates are currently active in various Chinese trading companies, banks, broadcasting content companies, travel, tourism, and education related fields.
Hanshin University Department of Chinese culture and art studies nurtures an integrated intellectual, a world citizen, and an participatory practical talent, consistent with the school’s pursuit of ‘realizing practical intellect together’ pursued by 'talented people together'.
In-depth education of Chinese and Korean culture: Training of integrated intellectuals
Education to train Chinese experts: Nurturing world citizens in the neighborhood
Education centered on fields of Korea-China creative industries: Nurturing participatory practical talents
Hanshin University Department of Chinese culture and art studies aims to cultivate talented people who will contribute to the creation and exchange of culture between Korea and China and open up the future of Korea by cultivating specialists in Chinese and Korean creative industries with expert knowledge of Chinese language, literature, culture and IT technology.
Concept of Talent
Talented people in Korean and Chinese creative industries who speak Chinese freely and are proficient in Chinese culture and IT technology
Tourist interpreter certificate, accounting certificate, MOS certificate
Import and export, trading including shipbuilding, banks, broadcasting contents companies, translation and interpretation, travel, tourism related fields, university professors, Chinese language teachers, broadcasting station PD, managers, newspapers, reporters, entertainment, festivals, mobile service planners, all industries related to China