Duisburg-Essen Institute of East-Asian Studies (IN-EAST)

University of Duisburg-Essen

At the University of Duisburg-Essen's Institute of East Asian Studies, more than 70 scholars from various academic disciplines are engaged in both research and teaching on contemporary East Asia, focusing on the economies, politics and societies of China, Korea and Japan.

Established in 1994, IN-EAST is Germany's largest center of social science research on contemporary East Asia. IN-EAST runs Bachelor's, Master's and doctoral programs, each covering intensive training in one of the East Asian languages.

At the Institute of East Asian Studies, more than 70 scholars from various academic disciplines are engaged in both research and teaching on contemporary East Asia, focusing on the economies, politics and societies of China, Korea and Japan. Research is carried out by the DFG-sponsored Research Training Group 'Risk and East Asia' , the BMBF-funded IN-EAST School of Advanced Studies, the latter focusing on Innovation in East Asia, and many individual research projects. The IN-EAST establishes a new research focus on transnational studies.

Mobility
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Country
Europe Germany
Institution type
Foreign Institutions Universities and university institutes