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Qualification: Magister japonologije in …/magistrica japonologije in …

Magister japonologije in …/magistrica japonologije in …

Qualification Information

Students will be able to:

  • go beyond a Eurocentric understanding of the world,
  • work autonomously in a Slovene-Japanese interlingual and intercultural environment,
  • demonstrate passive and, to a lesser extent, active knowledge of characters, vocabulary and grammatical patterns at approximately the level of the stage 1 standard examination in Japanese as a foreign language (Nihongo nouryoku siken 1 kyu), i.e. use around 10,000 of the most common words (of which around 50% actively) and around 2,000 characters used to write these words (of which around 1,200 actively), and all basic grammatical structures and patterns of modern Japanese,
  • demonstrate in-depth knowledge of and apply the principles of using suitable forms of Japanese in various social contexts,
  • demonstrate in-depth understanding of texts in modern language on general social and popular science topics,
  • translate more complex texts from Japanese into Slovene,
  • undertake interlingual mediation and, in the event of having completed course units in a relevant subject, consecutive interpreting between Slovene and Japanese,
  • use ICT in connection with Japanese: computer processing of texts, internet, electronic dictionaries,
  • demonstrate knowledge of the basics of teaching Japanese as a starting point for a later teaching specialisation (in the event of having completed course units in a relevant subject),
  • demonstrate knowledge of the principal characteristics of the structure of Japanese society and the principal characteristics of Japanese culture and tradition via analysis of systematically selected media and specialist texts.

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In order to complete the programme, students must complete all course units prescribed by the study programme and individual subject syllabuses, for a total of 60 credits. Since this is a two-subject study programme, in order to complete the overall programme students must also complete all course units in the other discipline, amounting to 60 credits, for a total of 120 credits.

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Third-cycle doctoral study programmes (SQF level 10)

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Examination performance is graded as follows: 10 (excellent); 9 (very good: above-average knowledge but with some mistakes); 8 (very good: solid results); 7 (good); 6 (adequate: knowledge satisfies minimum criteria); 5–1 (inadequate). In order to pass an examination, a candidate must achieve a grade between adequate (6) and excellent (10).

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  • A completed first-cycle two-subject study programme in the same disciplines; or
  • any completed first-cycle study programme in another field, if prior to enrolment the candidate has completed course units essential for second-cycle studies; these are determined with reference to how different the professional field is and consist of 10–60 credits; or
  • a completed professional higher education programme (under the former programme), if prior to enrolment the candidate has completed course units essential for second-cycle studies; these are determined with reference to how different the field is, and consist of 10 to 60 credits.

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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

NQF Level: 
8
Access requirements: 
  • A completed first-cycle two-subject study programme in the same disciplines; or
  • any completed first-cycle study programme in another field, if prior to enrolment the candidate has completed course units essential for second-cycle studies; these are determined with reference to how different the professional field is and consist of 10–60 credits; or
  • a completed professional higher education programme (under the former programme), if prior to enrolment the candidate has completed course units essential for second-cycle studies; these are determined with reference to how different the field is, and consist of 10 to 60 credits.
Ways to acquire: 

In order to complete the programme, students must complete all course units prescribed by the study programme and individual subject syllabuses, for a total of 60 credits. Since this is a two-subject study programme, in order to complete the overall programme students must also complete all course units in the other discipline, amounting to 60 credits, for a total of 120 credits.