Master’s Level Courses

The Master’s level courses are aimed for students who already have acquired some knowledge about Asia or on the specialty of the particular course. These courses can be used to supplement the student’s studies as part of the degree programme provided by the student’s own university or combine to other teaching offered by the University Network for Asian Studies.

 

NEXT APPLICATION PERIOD is in November 2016.

Read more about the application process.

Courses in Master’s Level Courses

How to Apply to and Study Master's level courses?

Introduction to Chinese Contemporary History (4 ECTS)

Available throughout the academic year 2016–17

Introduction to Mongolian Politics and Society (2 ECTS)

Available throughout the academic year 2016–17

Trade Policy as an Economic and Political Instrument in East Asia (3 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Sino-Indian Issues (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Chinese Economy (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Contemporary Korean Society (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Literature and Life in China (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017 Last chance!

New Dynamics of Regionalisation in East and Southeast Asia (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Religions of East and Southeast Asia (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

Business Environment of Japan and South Korea (5 ECTS)

Spring 2017

China’s Economic Foreign Policy and Global Economic Governance (4 ECTS)

Autumn 2016

Chinese Political Thought: A Thematic and Comparative Analysis (5 ECTS)

Autumn 2016

Understanding Korean Pop Culture, Hallyu (3 ECTS)

Autumn 2016

South Korea’s International Relations (3 ECTS)

Autumn 2016

Chinese Foreign Policy and EU-China Relations (5 ECTS)

Autumn 2016

Moulding Japanese Society 1945–1975 (6 ECTS)

Autumn 2016