Dr Kyi Kyi Moe

Dr. Kyi Kyi Moe

Professor & Head 

Myanmar Department

University Avenue, Kamaryut Township., Yangon Myanmar Dept – First Floor, COE Hall

[email protected]

Professor  Kyi Kyi Moe started her job as a tutor in October 1986. She got her first BA degree in 1985 and BA (Honours) in 1986. Then she got MA (Myanmar) in 1994 and Ph.D (Myanmar) in 2007 from Yangon University.

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History

Teaching Myanmar as a foreign language course was first offered in 1974 at Institute of Foreign Languages (IFL). Since the Department of Myanmar had not yet established then, the teachers from Yangon University came to teach Myanmar. Department of Myanmar was established at Institute of Foreign Languages in 1985. Only Myanmar proficiency classes were opened there till 1988- 1989 academic year. Undergraduate program was begun in 1997-1998 academic year and Diploma program from 1999-2000 academic years. There are altogether 1727 foreign students who were taught Myanmar language in YUFL from 1974 to 2016-2017 academic years. Most of the students who came to learn Myanmar Language are scholarship holders, army officers, diplomats, businessmen, those who want to learn Tharawada Buddhism and the university students who come by the partnership program so the students are from various countries who speak various languages with various ages.

Now, Centre of Excellence for teaching of Myanmar as a Foreign Language is founded and drawn future plans in order to support the department and the students studying Myanmar language, literature and culture.

MISSION

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VISION

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  • Dr. Kyi Kyi Moe

  • Professor & Head

  • Myanmar Department

  • University Avenue, Kamaryut Township., Yangon Myanmar Dept – First Floor, COE Hall

Daw Sein Sein Aye

Daw Nilar Tin

Daw Thandar Kyaw

Daw Tin Moe Aye

Daw Shwe Zin Aye

Daw Aye Aye Thin

Dr. Thandar Lin

Daw Zin Min Phyoe

Daw Swe Swe Aung

Daw Saw Shin Ngwe

Daw Ei Shwe Sin Win

Dr. Myat Thida Oo

Daw Aye Mya Thandar Maung

Daw Zin Mu Mu Thin

Daw Khin Khin Htet

Daw Su Win Lae

Daw Hnin Nu Yee

Research

2006 :  ‘What is Tourism’ in the Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science
2011 :  ‘A Studies of Adaptations’ in Myingyan Degree College Research Journal
2012(Vol 3) :  A Study of the Similarities Between  English Proverbs and Myanmar Proverbs’ in Loikaw University Research Journal
2015 :  ‘A Studies of the Morphology of Kayah Language Focusing on Linguistics’ in Loikaw University Departmental Research
2015(Vol 7) ‘The Characteristic of Adapted Novels’ in Yangon University of Foreign Languages Research Journal
2017 :  ‘A Study of the Kayah Compound Words’ in 53rd Annual Paper Reading, Yangon University of Foreign Languages