Japanese Studies

Japanese Studies for the Palacký University in Olomouc with a focus on modularity and employability

Project abbreviation: Japanese Studies
Registration number CZ.1.07/2.2.00/28.0160
1. 3. 2012 - 28. 2. 2015
Project manager: Mgr. Ivona Barešová, Ph.D.

The aim of the project is to innovate the field of Japanese Studies, in order to improve the graduate’s profile, facilitate transitioning into practice and enhance employability.  The project will develop and pilot a foreign language teaching module catered towards business and commerce, which will include language training together with professionally oriented social, economic and culturally-historic subjects required for international commerce, and which could be methodologically applied to existing or other newly created subjects focused on business and commerce.

The project will focus on the innovation of Japanese Studies by utilizing the following methods:

1.    Improving the availability of study materials and its sources

2.    Improving study skills (e.g. use of multimedia, e-learning procedures, etc.)

3.    Innovation of 8 subjects (from these 2 at the level of I-VI) at the Palacký University in Olomouc and 1 subject at the Masaryk University in Brno, and also the introduction of 7 new subjects at Palacký University and 3 at Masaryk University.

The project includes the computerization and centralization of study materials.  Students of the following fields will be targeted at Palacký University: Japanese for Business & Commerce, and Japanese Philology.  A portion of the subjects will be also be innovated and taught at the partner site Masaryk University in Brno.


The project is co-financed by the European Social Fund and by the state budget of Czech Republic, under the Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme.

 

The Education for Competitiveness Operational Programme focuses on furthering the education of the inhabitants of Czech Republic by modernizing and integrating initial, tertiary and further educational systems into a comprehensive and lifelong system of learning and the creation of an appropriate environment for research, development and innovative activities.  Funding for this programme has been drawn from the European Social Fund during the programming period 2007 to 2013.  

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