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The Cologne-based China studies focus on the structures of the state, business and law, culture and society in modern China.

Within this framework, the current special researches include:

Political history and political system of modern China
Media development and socio-economic aspects of Chinese reform policy
Population policies and socio-economic developments in 20th century China
State and commercial law
Constitutional theory and human rights in China
Interdependencies between socio-cultural change and the construction of a modern legal system
Questions of literature and intellectual history of China since the second half of the 19th century

Depending on the chosen orientation, you will qualify through your studies for higher positions in business, media, social and political institutions or for a job in science.

The following specific occupational fields are available:

Industry and trade
Trade fair and transport
Consulting and policy advice
Umbrella organizations of the economy and public economic development
economical co-operation and Development
banks and insurance companies
Journalism and publishing
cultural institutions
tourism
Non-governmental organizations
In addition, this study leads to a scientific further qualification and career in the context of a PhD study, as offered by the Cologne Chinese Studies in cooperation with the graduate school ARTES at the Faculty of Arts.

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Faculty of Arts

Öğrenim seçenekleri

Full Time (4 sömestr)

Okul ücreti
The University of Cologne does not charge tuition fees; As semester contribution per semester / 6 months €271,40
Başlangıç tarihi

6 Nisan 2020

Yer

University of Cologne

Albertus-Magnus-Platz,

COLOGNE,

Bavaria,

50923, Germany

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Uluslararası öğrenciler için

Students who have a Bachelor's degree or comparable degree in the study program Regional Studies China or in a study program with a comparable curriculum can be admitted to the Master's Program in the Cooperative Study Regional Studies China.

The curriculum must be comparable in the compulsory subject as well as in the chosen elective subject.

Depending on your elective you must have 30 credits in Social Sciences, 30 credits in Business Administration, 30 Economics in Economics, 12 credits in Economics and 20 credits in Law.

After a case-by-case examination, bachelor graduates and graduates with a comparable degree may also be admitted provided that they fulfill the above-mentioned conditions in the selected optional subject.

Knowledge of the modern Chinese language (level HSK5)
English language skills at level B2 (GeR)

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