|Type of study programme||Bachelor studies|
|Degree||Bachelor of Humanities in Asian studies|
|Licence/accreditation||Study direction accredited until 31-Dec-2023|
|Duration||3 years (full-time)|
|Credit points||160 (ECTS: 240)|
|Study language||English (EN)|
|Fees||2000 EUR (EU/EEA/Swiss citizens and EU long term residents) or 2845 EUR (Other countries citizens) per year (2019/20)|
|Grants||For more information go here>>>|
|Study programme description||This programme combines language studies with culture and regional studies in relation to the language module chosen by the student. The language courses are taught by native speakers. The Bachelor programme is targeted towards maintaining continuity of the research work in Asian studies; it aims at ensuring quality of knowledge and skills needed to pursue further professional or academic studies at MA level.
The programme is divided into four language modules:
- Japanese language module;
- Sinology module: Chinese, Classical Chinese (Wenyan);
- India and Indonesia module: Hindi or Tibetan or Indonesian language;
- Middle East module: Arabic or Turkish language.
Graduates can apply for work in schools and universities, business and culture oriented fields.
|Study programme link||www.lu.lv/en/admission/study-programmes/bachelors-study-programmes/bachelor-asian
|Requirements||General secondary education diploma. English language proficiency.
For more information on language requirements go here>>>
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