Dept. of Chinese StudiesCollege of Global Cooperation
- Tel : 82-031-379-0550
- Room : 4106
Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Korea and China in 1992, the relationship with China has deepened. China has emerged as a world-leading country with the United States and has become the largest economic partner of Korea. China has become inseparable from the lives of Koreans. The Department of Chinese Studies aims to foster local experts who are familiar with China, which is becoming increasingly important in the global era, and both for-profit and non-profit business talent. To become a Chinese expert, you have to acquire basic knowledge to study China properly. To this end, the Department of Chinese Studies offers language programs in Chinese and English, etc. It also provides a social science major education program that enables students to analyze China's economy, management, politics, society, and culture. Through language education and major education in Chinese studies, students are equipped with the ability to cope with social life in the global era.
The Department of Chinese Studies at Hanshin University pursues an 「innovator in the global era」 who has a wide range of education and a variety of problem-solving skills.
Develop basic skills as a global citizen through various teamwork programs, comparison and experiential activities and liberal arts education.
Foreign language competency
Combine Chinese language education with overseas experience and training and social science analysis to acquire a foreign language ability with excellent practical application ability (promote two foreign languages per person).
Develop major competency combining management and economics, social sciences department studies and Chinese studies
The Department of Chinese Studies at Hanshin University has achieved a high level of employment rate, school awareness, and successful CEO alumni through its specialization program.
China, our neighbors, has achieved impressive growth and become an important exchange partner with Korea. Interaction with China in all fields is indispensable and its size and importance are increasing. Therefore, our society is demanding experts who understand China and have a subjective opinion, and its roles and functions are getting more and more important. To understand China well means not only to know a lot of concrete facts, but also to understand the whole of China in an organic way and through various aspects and to think about what it means to us. The major in Chinese studies is a process of cultivating social leaders who will lead the lives of our society and advise or form policies based on acquired local information, beyond a simple understanding of China. The Department of Chinese Studies at Hanshin University has a curriculum to help students gain an accurate perspective and experience through various exchanges with China along with a critical understanding of it.
Concept of Talent
The Department of Chinese Studies at Hanshin University seeks to train Chinese regional experts to lead business in the global era.
- Broad education : We cultivate talented people who can care for people around us and bring out cooperation.
- Global competency : We develop talented people who understand Chinese language, English, Japanese and other language skills and global culture.
- Major competency : We develop talented individuals with for-profit and non-profit business skills in a global environment.
Language related certificates : HSK, TSC, TCT, TOEIC, etc.
Trade or distribution related certificates: Trade manager, international trading company, logistics manager, distribution manager, trade English, etc.
Tourism related certificates: Tourist interpreter, hotel manager, hotel administrator, convention manager, etc.
- Profit field : Trade, distribution, tourism, finance, publishing, manufacturing, international sales etc.
- Nonprofit field: Teachers, government and government affiliated institutes, international cooperation fields of cooperatives or social enterprises, etc.