The programme explores the history, politics, art, music and literature of Korea as well as providing opportunities to study the languages of the region.
Topics in modern Korean history; topics in the history of traditional Korea; topics in the history and structure of the Korean language; international politics of East Asia; readings in Korean literature (Master's); North East Asian politics: Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
Course Additional Entry
Minimum upper 2nd Class Honours degree (or equivalent).
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