China Language and Economy from University of Würzburg comprises compulsory modules and required electives. Compulsory modules include language classes as well as lectures in Chinese Studies and China Business and Economics. Required electives include courses in Chinese Studies, Economics and Business Administration as well as China Business and Economics.
Graduates of this program (until 2019: 27) are well-suited for a career in firms with business relations with China. Furthermore, the competencies acquired during the master more generally prepare them for jobs in enterprises and organizations active in international markets and politics.
- Methodological Questions of Chinese Economic Research
- China in the Global Economy
- Challenges of Economic Development in China
- Markets in China
- Modern China
- Transformation in Contemporary China
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEconomics Area & Cultural Studies Language Studies View 61 other Masters in Language Studies in Germany
- Bachelor’s certificate in economics, business administration or an equivalent degree with a grade of 2.5 or better (accreditation of comparable degree programs is possible).
- Your BA degree should document at least 25 ECTS earned in mathematics, statistics or business informatics as well as 50 ECTS in general economics and business administration with a minimum of 15 ECTS each.
- In addition, you should document 5 ECTS from classes on China’s economy or some equivalent.
- Proof of English proficiency (at least B2 level).
- Applicants who have graduated from a university in mainland China need to provide an individual APS certificate.
- CV (German or English)
- Letter of Motivation (English)
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- There are no tuition fees
- Semester contribution of €143.60 before they can be enroled
- Student Services fee: 62.00 € + semester ticket: 81.60 €
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