Faculty of PhilosophyChinese Studies – Bachelor 25%
In the Chinese Studies academic programme, students learn about both traditional and contemporary aspects of China, including the role played by China in the greater world and the associated diversified exchange processes that link both China’s history and its present-day existence to other regions.
Facts & Formalities
|Degree||Bachelor of Arts|
|Type of programme||Undergraduate|
|Start of programme||Winter and summer semester|
|Standard period of study||6 semesters|
|Fees and contributions||171.80 € / Semester|
|Application procedure||Subjects with no admission restrictions|
|Application deadlines||Information about deadlines can be obtained after you have put together a degree program.|
The minor in Chinese Studies focuses on a cultural examination of Chinese society, including its historical development, present-day form, and regional interrelationships.
In the course of this degree programme, students will learn the Chinese language and acquire specific knowledge about the country and its regions as well as develop the ability to independently resolve relevant research questions.
With its dual focus on subject-specific content and practice-oriented skills, this degree programme provides a career-oriented link between linguistic skills and both cultural and intercultural competencies, at the same time ensuring that students become comfortable in the use of modern media. Students who minor in Chinese Studies in combination with a major in a degree programme will have gained the knowledge and skills necessary both to pursue an entry-level professional position as well as to independently resolve research questions.
The minor in Chinese Studies consists of:
- Option A (language only): Preparatory Course: Modern Chinese I and II
- Option B (content only): East Asia (Sem./Lect. East Asia in World History I or East Asia in World History II, and Cultural Principles of East Asia)
- Sinology (choice of three of the following five proseminars: Chinese History, Chinese Economy, Chinese Politics, Development of the Chinese Language, Chinese Literature)
The Bachelor of Arts 25% degree programme may only be taken in conjunction with a major in the Bachelor’s degree programme (75%) in East Asian Studies.