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BA (Hons) Japanese Studies

University of Manchester
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Course UCAS code: T200
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  • BA (Hons), Full-time , Duration: 4 Years
Course Summary:
- Aims to provide students with a firm grounding in the Japanese language along with understandings of Japan in historical, cultural social and global contexts. - Students will be studying Japanese throughout the course. The core language teaching enables students to develop various linguistic skills: speaking and writing accurately; understanding and analysing audio, video and written materials; using different registers; speaking to a group with confidence; and translating with appropriate sensitivity. - Students follow a Japanese Studies curriculum through which they will learn about Japan-related topics in historical, linguistic, cultural, religious and other contexts, drawing on the wide range of research carried out by staff in Japanese Studies. - The course centres around a core framework in year 1 but some choice of modules from year 2 onwards will enable students to focus on particular areas of interest in the study of Japan and East Asia. Applicants should be aware that learning Japanese is very intensive and that a great deal of time is required for this throughout the course (extending through the summer period between years one and two, particularly for beginners). The first few weeks may be particularly intensive for those who have not encountered Japanese script and we strongly advise all applicants to ensure that they have learned at least the hiragana script prior to Week One of teaching; guidance on materials to help with this can be obtained from language tutors. Flexible Honours may allow you to study an additional arts, languages or cultures subject. Find out more here . **Special Features** - Japanese Studies at Manchester is taught by a diverse team of academic specialists in the field degree, giving you the opportunity either to build on existing knowledge of the language (i.e. GCSE-level or AS/A2-level or equivalent), or to study it as a beginner.
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15 January

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  • lykians's avatar by lykians on 22nd July 2019
    I like it
  • by Anonymous on 30th August 2015
    Great so far, just don't pick this course. I have actually just moved onto a course which is just the language that I was studying. Maths department pay little attention to, and do not really care for students. I felt unwanted almost.
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