|Location:||Beijing - China|
|Placed On:||17th November 2020|
|Expires:||16th January 2021|
The School of Arabic Studies was evolved from the Arabic program set up by the School of Foreign Affairs in 1958. In 1980, it took the lead to start the graduate program for Arabic Language and Literature in China. In 1981, the Department of Arabic came into being, and was also the first institution to enroll doctoral students in Arabic Language and Literature nationwide in 1986. In 1992, it was approved to enroll postdoctoral students in Arabic Language and Literature.
Moreover, it was ratified as a Key Discipline in Beijing in 2002. Six years later, it was granted as the Excellent Key Discipline in Beijing and the characteristic discipline by the Ministry of Education. In 2008, the then Arabic Department was awarded as the Outstanding Teaching Team in Beijing. The courses offered by the School of Arabic Studies has shifted from Arabic Language and Literature only to a more comprehensive map of studies, including Arabic Language, Literature, Social and Cultural Studies, Economy and Trade, as well as Politics and Diplomacy.
Now the teaching staff of the School consists of 16 teachers, among which four are professors (including PhD advisors), and another four are associate professors. Fourteen of the faculty members have a PhD degree.
More information available at:
Official website of the School of Arabic Studies: https://arab.bfsu.edu.cn/
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