History and growth
Founded on 1 August, 1989 as the division of the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Foreign Languages and Literature was the first such college in the nation’s public universities. It consists of the Departments of English (also for Master’s and PhD programmes), Arabic Language and Literature, Slavic (also for Master’s programme), Japanese (also for Mater’s programme), Korean Language and Culture, Turkish Language and Culture, The Undergraduate and Master's Programmes in European Languages and Cultures, the Graduate Institute of Linguistics, and the Foreign Language Center (providing College English, German, French and Spanish courses). Furthermore, the College is now featured with two affiliated research centers: Translation Centre and Center for Cross-culture Studies.
- 2014-01-02 Call for Papers: 2014 The Fifth International Conference on Translation and Cross-Culture
- 2010-01-18 Call for papers: 2010 International Conference on Japanese Language Education
- 2009-11-25 International Conference on Environments and Policies of Learning Multiple Languages Simontaneously in the Age of Globalization
- 2009-07-17 Call for Papers:2010 International Conference on New Trends in Contemporary European Literature, Culture and Language
- 2009-07-14 Call for papers:International Conference on the Environments and Policies of Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously in the Age of Globalization