Japanese Language

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Date: 21/08/2017

After graduation, Japanese-major students can work in specialized fields using Japanese language such as: - Working in diplomatic missions, international organizations, representative offices, and commercial offices, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the nation and in other countries. - Working with different roles and positions in hotels,small and medium restaurants, large hotel corporations; travel business enterprises; business travel and travel services using Japanese language. - Cooperating in translating and interpreting Japanese about economy, diplomacy, education and tourist agencies. - Teaching Japanese to Vietnamese people (after completing the pedagogical training) or teaching Vietnamese to Japanese.

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Introducing the training program 


Graduated from high school or equivalent.

- Number of academic years: 03

- Module: 36 - 38 subjects

 - Credit: 91

 - Specialized subjects: Listening 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5, Speaking 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5, Reading 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5, Writing 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 – 5, Japanese trade , Japanese translation, Japanese language translation, Japanese business culture, Japanese history, Japanese social culture, Japanese literature, Japanese – Vietnamese translation, Vietnamese – Japanese transaltion, Japanese travel, etc.

The training program equips students:

- Ability to use Japanese language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) at advanced levels equivalent to N2 for professional purposes.

 - Knowledge of the nature and characteristics of Japanese to use the linguistic aspects such as Japanese phonetics, vocabulary, grammar in communication and working in Japanese language.

- Knowledge of social and general humanities is considered as the foundation for the use of Japanese language in translating and interpreting skills.

- Ability to practice and develop effectively study skills so that students can self-study to continue to improve their knowledge and the capacity of practicing Japanese;

- Ability to apply knowledge of translation theory and translation techniques to fulfill translation and interpretation tasks in tourism and administration;

- Method of using basic knowledge of translation theory, translation technique, purpose, nature, scope and principles of translation and interpretation work;

 - To grasp basic principles of general culture from some Japanese-speaking countries in the world to work effectively in the international integration environment;

- Ability to develop and improve Japanese language skills and Japanese interpretation skills.

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After graduation, Japanese-major students can work in specialized fields that use Japanese such as:

- Working in foreign languages, international organizations, representative offices, commercial offices, and governmental organizations in the nation and in other countries.

- Working as different roles and positions in hotels, small and medium restaurants, large hotel corporations; travel business enterprises; shipping companies, advertising tourism using Japanese language

 - Collaborating and translating Japanese in economic, diplomatic, educational and tourist agencies.

- Teaching Japanese to Vietnamese (after completing the pedagogical training) or teaching Vietnamese to Japanese.

All faculty members have designed the syllabus for teaching reasonably through comments and suggestions from faculty board as well as colleagues. In addition, faculty lectures often apply a variety of teaching and learning methods, choosing the most appropriate methods to achieve the desired learning outcomes. In addition, the use of a variety of media in the teaching of teachers also contributed to the success of the lecture. Every year, lectures make a plan to enhance their own development teaching skills, job descriptions and send them to the Faculty Board for support.

Lectures of the Faculty also strive to improve their ability to use the technology in e-lesson plans, apply information technology in their lectures (use PowerPoint, fine-arts and videos in practical teaching, providing students with a more visually visual way of learning), giving students practical exercises that are close to the specific majors with the desire to give a better support for access to knowledge. All lecturers in the faculty are able to apply the benefits of information technology to create a lively environment and learning environment and excitement for students.

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