The new East Asian Studies track of the Masters programme International Relations (IR) has attracted ca. 30 new students. MA EAS welcomes students from the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands, but also from New Zealand and Russia, as well as students from other IR tracks who will follow East Asian Studies modules as electives.
EAS-students have started to participate in research seminars including “The Rise of East Asia: global versus local developments (10 EC)”, “Introduction to Research Methods for East Asian Studies (5 EC)” and “History and Politics of East Asia (10 EC)”and enjoy attractive opportunities for study or work placement in East Asia.
CEASG is most pleased with the turn out for the first round of the masters specialization East Asian Studies and welcomes its new students to join the monthly extracurricular CEASG events, see our calendar on the CEASG homepage.
For further details on the MA East Asian Studies click here.
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