Study Programs

Timetables for Winter Term 2021/22

Semester 1
Semester 3

Timetables for Summer Term 2021

Semester 2
Semester 4

Coronavirus-related Information:

Please refer to the central Corona-information website of the university for more information on current regulations and measures.

Contact

maceas@in-east.de
Ms. Melanie KOGLER, M.A., Coordinator
Campus Duisburg
Office LE 602 in LE building (access only with valid 3G-proof for COVID-19 vaccination, recovery or negative test)
Please contact me beforehand to set up an individual appointment.
General availability: Monday to Thursday 9–15
Office hours in LE 602: Tuesdays and Thursdays

Studying at IN-EAST

Important information (announcements, information regarding classes and exams, internship and job offers, etc.)  will be sent to your student E-mail account. Please make sure to check it regulary and/or enable automatic forwarding to your private E-mail account. Your student E-mail is the major channel for information from our side.

Course selection is determined together with Melanie Kogler before the beginning of each semester in an individual mentoring meeting, in which you can ask all your questions about available courses, recommended selection strategies etc.

Course registration is enabled on LSF during registration periods. (Deadlines are announced on LSF and by E-mail notification each semester.)

Exam registration is enabled on HISinOne during the exam registration periods (usually during 5th and 6th week of each semester). We provide you with a step-to-step tutorial on how to register for IN-EAST modules each semester.

Textbooks for Japanese Language Course
Intensive Japanese I (MA CEAS I, 1st Semester)

We will use following textbooks:
Minna no Nihongo Shokyu I (3A) /
みんなの日本語 初級 I (スリーエーネットワーク):

  • Main Text (2nd Edition) /
    本冊(第二版)ISBN: 978-4-88319-603-6
  • Grammar (English Version / 2nd Edition) /
    翻訳・文法解説 (英語/第二版)ISBN: 978-4-88319-604-3
  • Kanji Book (English Version / 2nd Edition) /
    漢字(英語版/第二版) ISBN: 978-4-88319-683-8

If you want to purchase the books, you can take part in our group order. The set price is approx. 73 Euro.
Please write an E-mail to yuko.sugita@uni-due.de (Ms. Sugita) with the subject “textbooks/Japanese” and the text that you want to purchase the set of Minna no Nihongo I.

Please note: The deadline for the group order is September 30th, 2021. The order is binding and cannot be cancelled.

In case you have missed the deadline for our group order and still need the textbooks, please contact yuko.sugita@uni-due.de. We usually have a few books in stock that can be purchased on a first come first served basis.

The textbooks can be picked up only on
Mon, Oct 4, 15:00–16:00 and on
Mon, Oct 11, 14:30–15:30 in Room LE 604.

The Japanese Language Team

Preparation for Japanese Language Course

The MA CEAS students who choose to learn Japanese can already start learning two kinds of Japanese letters (hiragana & katakana) as a preparation. You are even encouraged to do so since there is not much time to learn them so quickly once the semester starts!

As mentioned above one is called hiragana and used for function words and Japanese words. The other is called katakana and used mostly for loan words.

Here are some links to help you learning:

  1. Table of Hiragana with reading help
  2. Table of Hiragana with stroke order
  3. Table of Katakana with reading help
  4. Table of Katakana with stroke order

To practice both characters, you can use these excercise sheets: Hiragana & Katakana

Have fun!

Textbooks for Intensive Chinese I

汉语教程·第一册上-第3版 (含 MP3-CD)
Hanyu Jiaocheng (Chinese Course) Textbook 1A – Third Edition [+ MP3-CD]
ISBN-10: 7-5619-4530-2      ISBN-13: 978-7-5619-4530-8

汉语教程·第一册下-第3版(含 MP3-CD)
Hanyu Jiaocheng (Chinese Course) Textbook 1B – Third Edition [+ MP3-CD]
ISBN-10: 7-5619-4547-7      ISBN-13: 978-7-5619-4547-6

The total price is about 25,00 Euro. You can find them on https://www.aolifo.de/de/ or on Amazon.

Please note that there are different editions of this series of books with the same ISBN. The one with this cover is that we will be using.

In Intensive Chinese I we will finish Textbook 1A and the first 9 chapters in Textbook 1B. Please procure the first book in time for the start of the language course.

Hanyu Jiaocheng 1a

     Hanyu Jiaocheng 1b


Textbooks for Intensive Chinese II

汉语教程·第一册下-第3版(含 MP3-CD)
Hanyu Jiaocheng (Chinese Course) Textbook 1B – Third Edition [+ MP3-CD]
ISBN-10: 7-5619-4547-7      ISBN-13: 978-7-5619-4547-6

汉语教程·第二册上-第3版(含 MP3-CD)
Hanyu Jiaocheng (Chinese Course) Textbook 2A – Third Edition [+ MP3-CD]
ISBN-10: 7-5619-4638-4      ISBN-13: 978-7-5619-4638-1

Hanyu Jiaocheng 1b

     Hanyu Jiaocheng 2a

Textbooks for Intensive Chinese III

汉语教程·第二册下-第3版(含 MP3-CD)
Hanyu Jiaocheng (Chinese Course) Textbook 2B – Third Edition [+ MP3-CD]
ISBN-10: 7-5619-4639-2      ISBN-13: 978-7-5619-4639-8

Hanyu Jiaocheng 2b
 

Preparation for Intensive Chinese I

For students who have already decided to learn Chinese and have interests to do some preview, you can start with learning Pinyin. Pinyin is the official romanization system for Standard Mandarin Chinese. It consists of three parts. The initials, the finals and the tones. Please try reading the Pinyin letters by following the CD and description of articulation on Textbook 1A.

You can also follow the Study Guidance online:

https://media.eblcu.com//dwhy/H101/Norm_001.html

https://media.eblcu.com//dwhy/H101/Norm_002.html

https://media.eblcu.com//dwhy/H101/Norm_003.html

https://media.eblcu.com//dwhy/H101/Norm_004.html

https://media.eblcu.com//dwhy/H101/Norm_005.html

 
Looking forward to seeing you in the Chinese course!

Textbooks for Intensive Korean I (MA CEAS)

During the introductory phase the course will begin by using the first volume (Level 1A) of the NEW Seoul National University Series.

You will need both Student Book and Workbook

서울대 한국어 1A Student’s Book. ISBN 978-89-539-3428-3
서울대 한국어 1A Workbook. ISBN 978-89-539-3440-5

Students Book 1a  Workbook 1a

CAREFUL: Do not confuse with the older Seoul National series!

After some weeks we will begin to shift to the textbooks from the demanding but more suitable “University Korean” series of Yonsei University. On each level you will need to have four books, in Beginners 1 these are:

연세 대학한국어 어휘 문법 초급Ⅰ Yonsei Academic Korean Beginning 1.
ISBN 978-89-6850-154-8
대학 생활을 위한 한국어 말하기 초급Ⅰ Korean Speaking ... Beginning 1.
ISBN 9 78-89-6850-132-6
대학 생활을 위한 한국어 듣기 초급Ⅰ Korean Listening … Beginning 1.
ISBN 978-89-6850-133-3
대학 생활을 위한 한국어 쓰기 초급Ⅰ Korean Writing … Beginning 1.
ISBN 978-89-6850-134-0

Korean Academic  Korean Speaking  Korean Listening
  Korean Writing


Being in possession of a physical copy of the SNU Student’s Book and Yonsei Vocabulary & Grammar, Speaking and Listening is indespensible and obligatory for classes. The other two books must be at your disposal at home in order to do homework, much of which must be submitted. Note that these six books will last you into the second semester.

Students are also required to have a Grammar Book sufficient for the beginning stage, I recommend for this the Darakwon Korean Grammar in Use Beginning (ISBN 978-89-5995-198-7) but you are welcome to use electronic copies and/or another grammar book as long as you have somewhere that you can refer to in order to look up grammar yourself.

Apart from Korea, you can get these books from Western Internet Stores but be careful as they are often overpriced and you may have to deal with import taxes and customs offices. You can, however, also take part in a group order which we organise for new students with the spanisch Online-Store Aprende Coreano Hoy. This offers us a good price with 15 % discount and free shipping for the textbook set and a discounted but less cheap price for the Darakwon Grammar.

If you wish to take part in the group order, please write an Email to stefan.knoob@uni-due.de. You will get the six textbooks for the price of 146,82 Euros, an order including the Darakwon Grammatik will amount to 178,23 Euros. The deadline for this order is 30 September 2021. If you miss this deadline you can still write to try and place an order, maybe we can still include it, otherwise I can send you a (less advantageous) discount code for your own order. The books can be picked up from your lecturer at university, please bring the exact amount in cash.

Best regards,
Your teacher for Korean

Required Preparation for the Language Course: Hangeul

Have you learned Korean ‘properly‘ before, even if only for a short while? By which I mean, have you ever worked through a few lessons using exclusively Korean script for reading and writing learning materials and exercises? Then you can probably already use Hangeul to some degree and move on to the task in the last paragraph of this section.

If not, then you are expected to spend a few weeks before taking up the course trying to familiarise yourself with the Korean script Hangeul. This is because students beginning the Intensive Korean Course at the UDE are expected to be able to read and write Hangeul before the course begins. This does not, of course, mean that you have to be in fluent command of Hangeul. But you should not only know the single letters but also be able to recognise most common syllable blocks and be able to read and write at least 30–40 everyday nouns.

Learners generally pick up Hangeul rather quickly, but in order to be able to read and write it to some degree you should invest about 20–30 hours, a time investment that is most effective if you practice about 2 hours a day for 2–3 weeks. Here it is essential that you take care to learn the correct writing direction and order of the strokes for each letter because only then will the handwriting that you develop look natural. This is different from what you may be used to from your own language where it people may write letters in their own individual manner. A neat overview over how Hangeul should be written can be found here: https://jreidy17.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/hangul-‌stroke-‌order-‌handwriting-‌fonts.pdf.

As far as material on Hangeul and Korean pronounciation is concerned you should sooner or later also have a look at the relevant course material deposited on the course Moodle. For learning and practicing, however, I strongly recommend https://www.koreanclass101.com/learn-hangul/. Once you have worked through this you should also scroll to the end, all the way to “9. Related Lessons” and follow the link “Go to Hangul Series” and (for lessons on pronounciation) the link “Go to Introduction Series”. These materials are free but if you wish to download anything you need to register. Again you do not need to choose a paid subscription and, once registered, you can return to the page using the URL given above.

As a final task FOR ALL OF YOU (unless, of course, you already know how to) you should apply what you have learnt to reading and writing words for foodstuffs, drinks, clothing, writing utensils and other everyday items. You can also practice this using the “First Vocabulary” lists deposited on the course Moodle.

Enjoy learning and see you for the course!

Information Regarding Possible Stays Abroad

Please find here documents and information about a possible stay abroad in East Asia (study or internship) during your last MA semester.

First, please check this general information sheet carefully. It also contains the deadlines.

If you are sure you would like to apply for a stay abroad please use this application form.

If you have been invited to and attended the information meeting but have not yet submitted your statement of commitment, please print it out here, fill out and sign it and submit it a.s.a.p. to Ms. Melanie Kogler.

Data Protection: Your details are covered by the full set of data protection laws that are valid at the time of writing. https://www.uni-due.de/en/privacy-policy.php

Information Regarding the Registration of MA Theses

Make sure to talk to Ms. Kogler before registering your thesis.

Please note that while information on MA thesis registration is still correct, the regulations for MA thesis submission are currently different due to COVID-19. Please contact Ms. Kogler well in advance of your planned submission date to find out about the current procedures.

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Contact

If you need further information or have open questions, please contact the Coordination Unit at
maceas@in-east.de
Ms. Melanie KOGLER, M.A., Coordinator
Campus Duisburg
Office LE 602 in LE building (access only with valid 3G-proof for COVID-19 vaccination, recovery or negative test)
Please contact me beforehand to set up an individual appointment.
General availability:
Monday to Thursday 9–15
Office hours in LE 602: Tuesdays and Thursdays

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