To become an institution of Japanese-language and –culture education and research which is recognized domestically and internationally, has a concern for social issues, and produces graduates of high academic quality who have strong morals and managerial skills.
1. To provide high-quality and competitive education by developing the department into a dynamic and flexible one capable of producing graduates of high academic quality who have strong morals and managerial skills.
2. To increase the quality and quantity of research in the fields of Japanese language and culture.
3. To increase the quality of community service.
4. To produce graduates of high quality who have strong academic credibility, moral fiber, and managerial skills, and are capable of thinking scientifically
Standards of Competence
1. Knowledge and Understanding
• Understand the approaches and scope of cultural sciences as a whole.
• Understand the theories and methods of research in the fields of Japanese language, history, literature, and culture.
• Understand the principles of understand a text and of translation.
• Understand Japanese literature, history, language, and social structure.
2. Intellectual Abilities
• Identify and analyze problems and formulate alternative resolutions to them,
• Make decisions based on research into a variety of appropriate alternatives.
• Apply the theories and methods of research in the fields of Japanese language, history, literature, and culture.
3. Practical Skills
• Fluent in speaking, reading, writing, and analyzing the Japanese language in a variety of situations,
• Skilled at applying the theories and methods of research in the fields of Japanese language, history, literature, and culture
4. Managerial Capabilities
• Able to motivate and facilitate the decision making process while heeding a variety of stakeholders/interest groups.
• Able to work in groups covering a wide variety of academic disciplines.
• Able to communicate the results of research to other parties.
Contact with alumni is conducted through mailing lists or by inviting them to share their experiences with their juniors. Student activities implemented thus far include the Japanese Culture Week, Japanese-language Speech Competition (Yogyakarta and Central Java level), collaboration with other institutions on the annual Japanese-language Fluency Exam, the Kaiwakai Forum, etc. Furthermore, students also have the opportunity to convey their ideas, input, and thoughts to the Department through the Student-Lecturer Meeting Forum, through surveys distributed by the department, and through participation in the Department-Level Quality Assurance Team.
Department Student Association
Student activities in this department are handled by HIMAJE (the Association of Japanese Literature Students; Himpunan Mahasiswa Sastra Jepang).
1. Drs. Eman Suherman, M. Hum.
2. Drs. Mulyadi, M. A.
3. Stedi Wardoyo, S. S., M.A.
4. Sri Pangastoeti, S. S., M. Hum.
5. Dr. Tatang Hariri, M. A.
6. Drs. Deddy H. Oekon, M. Hum.
7. Yayan Suyana, S. S., M. A.
8. Najih Imtihani, S. S., M. A.
9. Robi Wibowo, S. S.
10. Wiwik Retno H., S. S., M. Hum.
11. Wiastiningsih, S. S., M. A.
12. Dian Annisa, S. S.
13. Lufi Wahidati, S. S.
Further information on the Japanese Literature Department is available at http://sastrajepang.fib.ugm.ac.id
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Tel: 0274-513096 ext. 127 , 0274-3001467