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Bachelor Degrees in Literature in Japan

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Literature will be able to find opportunities as editors, writers, lectures, scriptwriters or translators. The degree focuses on teaching students about literary pieces that have been created in different historical and geographical contexts.Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, No… Read more

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Literature will be able to find opportunities as editors, writers, lectures, scriptwriters or translators. The degree focuses on teaching students about literary pieces that have been created in different historical and geographical contexts.

Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.

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Bunkyo City, Japan +2 More

A fundamental fact must first be made clear: the Faculty of Letters is not just a place to study literature. Philosophy, religion, history, language, art, and social sciences ... +

A fundamental fact must first be made clear: the Faculty of Letters is not just a place to study literature. Philosophy, religion, history, language, art, and social sciences are included among the wide range of subjects that can be studied here. -
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Japanese
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Sendai, Japan

The Department of Literature at Tohoku University was born from the Tōhoku Imperial University Faculty of Law and Literature, established in Katahira-chō, Sendai in 1922. A cr ... +

The Department of Literature at Tohoku University was born from the Tōhoku Imperial University Faculty of Law and Literature, established in Katahira-chō, Sendai in 1922. A creation of the "Taishō Democracy" period that followed the First World War (1914-1918), the Department of Law gathered professors leading the work in modernizing the liberal arts, their lectures attracting the interest of not only students of the humanities, but also students studying education, law, and economics. -
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Japanese
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Chiyoda, Japan +1 More

The faculty of Literature has two departments, the Department of Japanese Literature and the Department of Chinese Literature. In their second year, students may choose a conc ... +

The faculty of Literature has two departments, the Department of Japanese Literature and the Department of Chinese Literature. In their second year, students may choose a concentration from among 10 courses. -
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Mitaka, Japan

The mission of literary research in a Liberal Arts education is to confirm the semantic richness of man and the world through textual experiences. For this to be done, we must ... +

The mission of literary research in a Liberal Arts education is to confirm the semantic richness of man and the world through textual experiences. For this to be done, we must be able to critically read the world, to accept the emotional dimension, which is not necessarily explicable through logic, and to learn how to apply an integrative and intellectual approach. -
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English
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Setagaya City, Japan +2 More

The Department offers courses in Japanese language and literature, from classical literature (e.g., Manyoshu, the Tale of Genji, and Heike Monogatari) to contemporary literatu ... +

The Department offers courses in Japanese language and literature, from classical literature (e.g., Manyoshu, the Tale of Genji, and Heike Monogatari) to contemporary literature (e.g., works of Soseki Natsume, Haruki Murakami, Shuntaro Tanikawa). The Department also provides various courses such as courses in Media, on Child literature, and on Performance. -
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Japanese
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Ebetsu, Japan

This department has the longest tradition of English education of all the universities in Hokkaido. Students develop their understanding of global cultural values and differen ... +

This department has the longest tradition of English education of all the universities in Hokkaido. Students develop their understanding of global cultural values and different cultures mainly through learning and research on various aspects of Anglo-American culture, as well as exploring their own Japanese identity. We introduce multi-media classes that actively utilize the internet and computers, and we also offer five-month overseas study programs as part of the formal curriculum in order to deepen intercultural understanding. -
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Japanese
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Kumamoto, Japan

The Faculty of Letters was established in May 1949 as part of the new Faculty of Law and Letters. This faculty was then split into the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Letter ... +

The Faculty of Letters was established in May 1949 as part of the new Faculty of Law and Letters. This faculty was then split into the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Letters in 1979. -
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