Tai Nippon Institute of Technology opened a new college. “College of Global Communication” Highlighting the distinct multilingual aspects of the modern curriculum with language at its core there are additional subjects including technology, business management and modern culture in the hope of creating more outstanding graduates in Japanese and world languages.
The beginning, background and main objectives of establishing the College of International Communication
Assistant Professor Rangsan Lertisat, Rector of the University, said of the origins: “In the past, the Basic Language School was a high-profile unit. Because all TNI students must study Japanese. So I saw an opportunity to increase the potential of the Language School faculty. The institute itself believes that the time has come to create a new faculty. It is a college of languages as well as social sciences but still maintains a clear image of Thai-Japanese technology.
Another starting point for opening the College of Global Communication is that language skills will be a new trend or modern curriculum. Which takes language as the focus and has different subjects and also added in addition to language communication also coupled with technology business management and culture of that country would help the learners to acquire strong language skills and also be aware of the culture as it has a deep history as well.
Factors of the Thai-Japanese College of International Communication and how can it compete with other universities?
Assistant Professor Rangsan also explained that “Our distinctive advantage is learning three languages, both the Thai curriculum and the international curriculum. That students should study the Japanese language opened the College of International Communication and it will help students learn more.” Literature or social sciences only Because you will acquire communication skills in various languages such as Japanese, Chinese, Korean, French, German, and Russian. Along with other areas of knowledge he added, for example,
This year, the College of International Communications opened its branch. JIB (Japanese International Business) or Japanese International Business To experience the integration of language skills and learning modern culture integrated with international business and new technology, students will study the Japanese language intensively from the basic level to the advanced level by 70% under native English teachers. and business administration subjects by a further 30%, with the aim of providing students with a broad range of knowledge and abilities. (Multi-skilled) Able to work in many fields. In addition to being a translator you can also work in an international business unit and study business administration.
The distinction of the College of International Communication is seen by high school students as an opportunity to be seized. Until I decided to study in Thailand and Japan
“For students who are already studying arts and language. Are interested in the Japanese language including wanting to study at a university in Japan. Or would like to work with Japanese companies in both Thailand and Japan. JIB branch (Japanese for International Business) or Japanese for International Business This will be a path that will help you meet your needs very well. Because in addition to intensive Japanese language study there is also learning to study international business management.”
Not only this, but also the good relationship between the Indonesian National Army and Japan. We are ready to support students with the opportunity to exchange, study, train and work in Japan. In the form of short-term and long-term exchange students with more than 80 partner universities (MOU), short- and long-term study of Japanese language and culture in Japan. Continue your studies at master’s level at a university that has a memorandum of understanding with the institution. Going on field trips, business visits or internships in companies in Japan will help open up job opportunities in Japanese companies in both Thailand and Japan. Immediately after graduation
From this isthmus, look at the results or student responses. How will the parents be?
“With such strength and excellence of the Japanese language and combined with the strong cooperation between the Indonesian Armed Forces and Japan, we dare to say that The JIB course is certainly different from others, but in its first year it is expected to gain attention and receive feedback from students who want to excel in the Japanese language. When we receive good feedback, we will do it gradually and it will be developed into other languages in the future as well,” said Assistant Professor Rangsan.
“Subtly charming student. Pop culture junkie. Creator. Amateur music specialist. Beer fanatic.”