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CEASG welcomes its new students MA East Asian Studies, Class 2015

08 September 2015

The MA East Asian Studies welcomes its 2015 students , as well as students from other tracks and programmes who have registered for East Asian Studies modules as electives. The MA, a specialization in International Relations, was successfully launched in 2014.

At the time of writing 16 students have registered for the full MA EAS programme (excluding the students who select modules as electives).

MA EAS students start this week with updated seminars and courses, 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 at a partner institution or university.

CEASG welcomes and encourages its new students to join the monthly extracurricular CEASG events, see our calendar on the CEASG website.      

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Students MA EAS, class 2014
Students MA EAS, class 2014
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