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Master of Arts in Chinese Language and Culture
Chinese Language and Culture is a two-year full-time English-instructed Master of Arts (EMA) program as a subfield of the major Chinese Philology, conducted by the Department of Chinese Language and Literature (DCLL) since 2008. As opposed to teaching Chinese as a second language, this program offers multiple lenses to help the students notice, learn and understand phenomena in the field of Chinese language and culture, using the theories and research methods taught in class. Our research scope focuses not only on ancient Chinese culture, but also on modern and contemporary China. It starts with the approach of linguistics, but also shares many similar characteristics to social science. It is not a long-term language course, but a
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1. Bachelor’s Degree
2. English Language Proficiency:
Applicants are required to submit an International English Language Test System (IELTS) report with overall 6.5 points or above, or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) report with no less than 90 scores.
Applicants who are native speakers of English language or previously have graduated from a purely English-instructed program (with proof) are exempted from this requirement;
US$7125 per year
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