Department of European Language and Literature
Europe is divided into the Germanic culture of the European continent and the Romanian culture of the Mediterranean coast, focusing on German and French, which are the representative languages of each culture, and conducts professional understanding and exploration of European languages, literature, culture, and society. Germany and France are the political and economic core countries that makeup today's Europe. German and French, which have the second and third largest language competitiveness globally, are the official languages of several countries such as Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Liechtenstein, and are the communication languages with the largest users in Europe. It is the official language of more than 20 countries and is an international language used for trade, conferences, and publications worldwide.
This department aims to cultivate a variety of European humanities literacy and think based on a deep and wide understanding and mutual communication of European languages, literature, culture, and society to become creative professionals who can actively respond to international situations. The goal is to nurture talents with various problem-solving skills to prepare for a multi-ethnic society.
Job placement after graduation
Writer / Simultaneous Interpreter / Tourist Guide / Broadcasting Reporter / Copywriter / Producer / Diplomat / Translation and Literature Professional / Professional Editor / Journalist / Event Planner / Literary Critic / Management Consultant / Stewardess / Airline / Graduate School / Interpretation Graduate School / Trade Industry / Foreign Companies / Embassy