Business/Japanese Studies?

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AnonStudent
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I'm looking for universities which offer Japanese studies along with Business/Economics related courses.
So far I have found Reading,Sheffield,Oxford Brookes,Cardiff to offer a combinaton. Any more I should take a look at? and what sort of grades required. Thnx
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SOAS, the School of Oriental and African Studies, part of the University of London, might do it. Don't know about grades but they are a very decent institution and offer all sorts of combinations involving an Oriental or other language...
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Well I'm over here in northern ireland and we don't even hav any japanese universitys anymore which sux big time! im doin japanese gcse and if i want to do a degree in it i wud hav to go to england or somewhere else abroad. I wanted to either do a combination of computers or business and japanese but I dont wanna travel *homesickness* anyway i only applied to oxford brookes computing/japanese but i was told by a university lecturer that came to my college that it wasn't the best uni for japanese but I went with my instincts anyway...
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boss-dior
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maybe you can try royal holloway in london
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