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College of Foreign Languages & Literature
Founded on 1 August, 1989 as the division of the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Foreign Languages and Literature was the first such college in the nation’s public universities. It consists of the Departments of English (also for Master’s and PhD programmes), Arabic Language and Literature, Slavic (also for Master’s programme), Japanese (also for Mater’s programme), Korean Language and Culture (also for Master’s programme), Turkish Language and Culture, European Languages and Cultures, the Graduate Institute of Linguistics, Master Program of Middle Eastern and Central Asian studies, Department of European Languages and Cultures(providing College German, French and Spanish courses), and the Foreign Language Center.
Department of English
A long history of English Department has been sparkled by a series of progress and achievements. With its original goals on providing students with trainings in the English language and literature, this department has been moving toward some collaborative projects with other colleges on campus and with foreign universities as well. More interdisciplinary courses will be introduced to streamline students capacities in their career and advanced studies.
Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures
Founded in 1957 as a division of the Department of Oriental Languages, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures has been committed to expanding its educational resources and saw its fruitful results after years of effort. As the disintegration of the Soviet Union transformed the political and economic climate worldwide in the 90s, Taiwan established ever closer ties with the CIS countries, creating an urgent need for Russian language specialists. In this regard, the division was reorganized as the Department of Russian Language and Literature in August 1992, and the M.A. program was commenced in 2000. In 2007, it was renamed as the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, reflecting an extension of its regional coverage to include slavic world.
Department of Japanese
Previously known as the Japanese Division within the Department of Eastern Languages, the Japanese Program was founded in 1989. Due to various types of constraints during the initial stages of development, the Division experienced a shortage of faculty and equipment. However, through the continuous efforts of the faculty and students in recent years, the Division has built a solid foundation. In 1998, the Japanese Division was renamed as the Department of Japanese and began its Masters Program in 2003.
Department of Turkish Language and Culture
Department of Turkish language and culture, formerly known as Department of Oriental Languages, was founded in August, 1990. Consisted of only Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Department of Korean Language and Culture initially, Department of Oriental Languages expanded the Turkish division with the instruction of Chiang Kai-shek. Besides, with the approval of Ministry of National Defense, we employed teacher Liu En-ling as the first instructor followed by teacher Ma Ming-dao.
Department of Korean Language and Culture
The Department of Eastern Language & Literature (predecessor of Department of Korean Language and Culture) was initiated in July 1956-two years after National Chengchi University (NCCU)s reestablishment in Taiwan. The government approved the universitys reestablishment out of its intention to expand the scale of cultivation for exceptional talents in the field of humanities and social sciences. Due to the governments wishes to strengthen diplomatic ties with Korea, the competent authorities included planned the inclusion of a Korean Language Section at NCCU in an effort to actively cultivate talents and experts who specialize in the Korean language and affairs.
Department of European Languages and Cultures
The Department of European Languages and Cultures (formerly known as the Undergraduate Program in European Languages before the year 2011) is a newly established department in the College of Foreign Languages and Literature, NCCU. The program began in 2006, recruiting 60 freshmen each year. Students are divided into three groups: German, Spanish, and French, with each group consisting of 20 students. The small class size allows instructors to integrate language teaching by focusing on listening, oral, reading and writing proficiency and to emphasize cultural acquisition, as well as the cultivation of literature and humanities.
Program of Southeast Asian Languages and Cultures
In light of the changes brought about by the impact of globalization, the language courses and multidisciplinary courses of this degree program are designed to nurture in students the capacity to participate in activities in the international and global arenas and to cultivate a young generation with cognizance of other cultures, international vision, international competitiveness, and the spirit of service.
Master Program of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies
Master Program of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies is combined with Department of Turkish Language and Culture, Department of Arabic Language and Culture, Department of Deplomacy and Graduate Institute of Russian Studies and it is the only academic institute in Taiwan which targets at Middle Eastern and Central Asian studies . The courses cover from Middle Eastern and Central Asian languages and cultures to the regional literature, history, religion, ethnic relations and the present development of political economy. We expect to cultivate the experts in Middle Eastern and Central Asian affairs and enhance the interactions and cooperation in the academic, cultural, political, econimic domains among Middle East,Central Asia and Taiwan.
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