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Institute of Foreign Language Education

The Institute was established in 1993 in order to study, in cooperation with each faculty, the direction of foreign language education that would reflect the demands of the present and the future, and to apply it to language teaching in the classroom for the improvement of the students language proficiency. The Institute is unique in having six educational divisions: English, German, French/Latin, Chinese, Korean and Japanese as a Foreign Language.

The Institute of Foreign Language Education is located in the Mii Media Center, an educational and research building, which was opened in April 1996. It is equipped with modern multimedia learning facilities which are freely available for students to use to improve their listening and speaking skills.

Many classes in the Institute are taught by native speaker instructors to help students acquire the ability to communicate in foreign languages, which will result in heightening and broadening their interests and understanding of foreign cultures. The Institute's overall goal is to educate young people, the leaders of the 21st century, so that they will have respect for and understanding of people of other countries, and at the same time, can communicate their own positions and opinions clearly.