|Location:||Beijing - China|
|Placed On:||17th November 2020|
|Expires:||16th January 2021|
In September 1961, the Department of Asian and African Languages was founded at BFSU in a mission to strengthen the friendly exchanges with Asian and African countries. Swahili and Hausa were among the first batch of majors established.
In September 2019, the School of African Studies was founded to facilitate the teaching of African languages and African studies. Currently, the School teaches Swahili, Hausa, isiZulu, Amharic, Malagasy at undergraduate level. It also offers a number of optional courses on African languages, such as Somali, Shona, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi, Afrikaans, Tamazight, Yoruba, Sesotho, Setswana, Comorian, Ndebele, Tigrinya, Chichewa, Sango, isiXhosa.
There is also a Center on African Studies, which focuses on African Linguistics, Literature, History, Culture, Anthropology, Politics, Law and Regional Organizations. The School enrolls postgraduate, doctoral and overseas students every year on two academic programs: African Linguistics & Literature, and African Studies.
The School has established academic relations with over 16 universities in Africa, and certain world-renowned African Studies institutes, including School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, the UK (SOAS) and Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, France (INALCO).
More information available at:
Official website of the School of African Studies: https://af.bfsu.edu.cn/
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