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Japanese Department

 

It is often said that globalization opens international markets, which is one of the reasons why learning Japanese is important. Japan stants the third largest economy in the world after the United States and China. On the other hands, Japanese culture is one of the most unique in the world. Study the language and have fun immersing yourself in the fashion, culture, martial arts and history. And also the Japanese language is the ninth most spoken language in the world, with 128 million people speaking it as their first Language.

Learning Japanese will help you to appreciate your own culture as well as your own language because it improves your communication and cognitive skills. Accessing a culture that is very different from yours will heighten your awareness that culture and languages vary. Benefits of learning Japanese.

  1. Provides more opportunities for international understanding.
  2. Prepares you for a better future.
  3. Knowing Japanese brings business opportunities.
  4. Makes you understand Japanese culture.
  5. Makes you appreciate your own culture and language.
  6. It could help you study abroad.
  7. It's your gateway to more Asian cultures and languages.
  8. Improves your skills in studying your other academic lessons.

 

HEADS OF DEPARTMENT

NO NAME RANK DURATION
1. Daw Win Win Thant Assistant Lecturer 1997 – 1999
2. Daw Zin Mar Ohn Assistant Lecturer 1999 – 2000
3. U Thaung Nyunt Assistant Lecturer/ Lecturer 2000 – 2002
4. Daw Khin Aye Lecturer 2002 – 2004
5. U Kyaw Thu Lecturer 2004 – 2006
6. Daw Win Win Thant Lecturer 2006 – 2008
7. Daw San Dar Win Assistant Lecturer 2008 – 2010
8. Daw Soe Khin Khin Lecturer 2010(Jan) – 2011(Dec)
9. Daw Zin Mar Ohn Lecturer 2011 – 2014
10. Daw Win Win Thant Lecturer 2014 – 2016
11. U Kyaw Thu Lecturer 2016 – 2017
12. Daw San Dar Win Lecturer 2017 – 2018(Dec)
13. Daw Win Win Thant Associate Professor 2018 – 2019(Sep)
14. Daw Win Win Than Associate Professor 2019 - 21.3.2021

 

CURRENT STAFFS

 

NO NAME POST
1. Daw Sandar Win  Associate Professor (Head)
2. Daw Su Su Htwe  Associate Professor