This two-year full-time (or four-year part-time) programme is designed to provide Intensive Language training at different proficiency levels - depending on entry level - within a Masters programme in Korean Studies.
It allows students:
- To cultivate or further develop a basic expertise in particular aspects of Korean Studies.
- To choose modules that meet their own needs, with respect to their interest in Korea and future career plans.
- To develop their abilities to synthesize information, to think critically, to manage a complex research project and to present their results in verbal and written form.
- To achieve a high level of language proficiency.
- To master transferable language and analytical skills in order to prepare for a variety of potential future professional or research careers.
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Who should take this course
Students must take 315 credits in total, comprised of 255 taught credits (45 of which are taught abroad as part of a Summer School) and a 60-credit dissertation as outlined below.
In their first year, students on the two-year Intensive Language programmes take 60 credits of intensive language instruction and 60 credits in the discipline. During the summer, they participate in a Summer School abroad. In the second year, they take another 30 language credits as well as 60 credits in the discipline; they also complete their dissertation in the discipline.
Please note that on all Area Studies degrees, including Korean Studies:
- A maximum of 60 credits can be taken in any one subject area
- A minimum of three subject areas must be covered.
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