Department of Chinese Trade and Commerce
The Department of China Trade & Commerce is to possess diverse and high level knowledge in various areas including Chinese language or economy, politics, society and culture of China as well as training professional workers of Chinese commerce who possess both theoretic and practical knowledge related to Chinese commerce.
The Department of Chinese Trade and Commerce aims to nurture the future experts in Chinese trade and commerce who possess both theoretical and practical knowledge, which is based on Chinese proficiency. The rapid growth of China in the international society that is accompanied by the increased trade and commercial exchange between Korea and China have resulted in the rising demand for human resources, which are specialized in the Chinese language, trade, and commerce. The Department of Chinese Trade and Commerce teaches students diverse and high-level knowledge in various areas, which include the Chinese language as well as the Chinese economy, politics, society and culture, which thereby makes them possess practical know how that is related to trade with China and investment in China.
Develop Chinese proficiency
Train China experts who possess professional knowledge and have an international outlook about the economy, politics, society, and culture of China.
Nourish professionals who possess both theoretic and practical skills that are related to trade with China.
Career Path after Graduation
The demand for regional and trade experts in China is currently increasingly high in various fields, which include domestic and foreign. The graduates from the Department of Chinese Trade and Commerce are expected to obtain key roles as experts who possess vast amounts of knowledge, analytical abilities, and knowledge about trade in China-related fields.
Graduates may typically work for Korean or international firms that are related to China, Chinese local companies, and China-related offices in the Korean government. They can also find opportunities in journalism, the cultural industry, or engage in professional activities that are related to Korean-Chinese commerce and cultural exchanges.