Graduates’ Future Prospects
Our department aims to cultivate the following five types of talents:
Japanese Teaching Talents
After graduating, these talents can work in the field of Japanese education, as Japanese teachers for high schools and vocational schools. With the basis of linguistics, Japanese language pedagogy, and Japanese literature, they can also consider to apply for a domestic or foreign Japanese related graduate institute, and get an academic or educational job in the future.
Japanese Translation Talents
The competency of Japanese translation (both written translation and oral interpretation) is the basis in many works. This career map aims to guide them to learn the professional competency of written translation and oral interpretation so that their career can be smoother.
Japanese Tourism Talents
The need for Japanese talents in the tourism industry has been increasing rapidly. To work in this field, besides the five abilities of Japanese (listening, speaking, reading, writing, and translating), the knowledge of Japanese history and Japanese cultural literacy are also very important. To meet the diversified needs in the field of tourism, students must increase their field experiences and competencies required for this kind of jobs. This career map is a reference for students taking the optional “Japanese Tourism Course for the Credit Program”.
Japanese Business Talents
After graduation, they can work in a Japanese company or a Taiwanese company doing business with a Japanese company, and play the role of the bridge between two companies for managements and colleagues.
Japanese-English Bilingual Talents
Having the bilingual competency can help students to improve their competitiveness in the job field. This career map is a reference for students taking the optional “Japanese English Bilingual Focused Course Program”.