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Bachelor Programs in Modern Languages 2021 in Busan in South Korea

Completing a program in modern languages might present career opportunities for graduates wishing to professionally engage with contemporary politics or literature of foreign cultures. Common coursework includes studies of grammatical structure, comprehension and translation.The institutions of higher education included regular four-year colleges and universities. Education is taken very seriously… Read more

Completing a program in modern languages might present career opportunities for graduates wishing to professionally engage with contemporary politics or literature of foreign cultures. Common coursework includes studies of grammatical structure, comprehension and translation.

The institutions of higher education included regular four-year colleges and universities. Education is taken very seriously in South Korea, and the country is home to several world class universities, many of which have exchange agreements with various foreign universities, and are a good way for foreigners to experience life in the country.

Busan city is the 2nd largest Metropolitan town in South Korea. It is home to South Korea’s largest beach front and has a population of over 3 million people. Busan has over 10 universities.

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Busan University of Foreign Studies
Namsan-dong, South Korea

Turkey and five Central Asian countries including Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan located on Eurasian Silk Road have used the same language and formed a single cultural area. The De ... +

Turkey and five Central Asian countries including Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan located on Eurasian Silk Road have used the same language and formed a single cultural area. The Department of Turkish-Central Asian Languages offers a regional approach to the area to develop Eurasian Vision and also broadens understanding and knowledge of the area. By studying the Turkish-Central Asian language, history, and culture in comparison with or linking to Korean studies, students can develop a humanistic understanding of Turkey-Central Asia, a region with a similar language and culture to Korea. In addition, the Department provides the academic and practical information of the area including politics, society, and economics, and cultivates local management skills through exchange programs with the countries to nurture professionals contributing to Korean and Turkish-Central Asian relations. -
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