In October of 2018, a research paper under the title of “Existing Pedagogical situation of Producing Russian Language Specialists and Professionals of Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Myanmar” was presented at the International Conference on Russian Language in Hochiminh Pedagogical Institute in Hochiminh city, Vietnam.
A Study of Pronunciation Mistakes of First Year Russian Specialization Students and Ways to Correct the Mistakes (Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Research Journal) Vol.4, No.1, December, 2012
Wah Wah Htay is an Associate Professor at the Department of French and also taking the responsibility of Head of Italian Department at the Yangon University of Foreign Languages, YUFL. She obtained Master of Science (Chemistry) in 1998 at Yangon University, Master of Arts (French) in 2012, Diploma in Global English in 2009, Diploma in Italian in 2018 at YUFL and Certificate of Italian Language C1 level at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
She started working as a demonstrator at the department of Chemistry, YU, in 1997. In 2001, she transferred to YUFL and started working as a tutor at the department of French. She was promoted to assistant lecturer in 2005, to lecturer in 2010 and to associate professor in 2018.
As for training courses in abroad, she had a chance to participate in the one month Teachers Training Course at“Alliance Française de Paris”, France in 2006 and in the 10 months course of “Italian Language, Culture and Literature at the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
She did departmental researches on teaching and learning French as a foreign language. Her research on Comparison of Slangs in French and Myanmar Languages was selected in University Research Journal.Shewas taking part in seminars (research paper reading) monthly. Moreover, she participated in the journal of “Food and Culture” – History Society Communication by Giovanna Motta (Volume-2), by writing a research paper about “Mappaetnogastronomica del Myanmar” with Professor Giordano Merlico, during her studies at Sapienza University.Now, sheis training the students to participate in language activities
U Sai Sithu Win
Literature and Linguistics
Daw Thandar Myint Thu Soe
Literature, Linguistics and Translation Studies
Daw Khin Yamon Aye
Language Teaching, Language Assessment, Literature, History and Culture
Daw Sein U Swe
Sociolinguistics and Translation Studies
Daw Lei Mon Maung Maung
Literature, History and Culture, Language Assessment
Daw Tsu Thondayi Nwe
Culture and Literature, Pedagogy and Assessment design
Daw Mya Kay Khine
Daw Wai Mar Myint
Linguistics, Pedagogy, Business studies
Daw Cherry Soe Lwin
Litrerature, Culture, Translation Studies
Daw Phyu Thida
Daw Nay Zin Kyaw
Literature and Culture, Translation Studies and Research
Daw Win Win Aye
Culture, Linguistics and Translation
Thang Khan Dim is a Associate Professor and Head of Department of German, Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Myanmar at present time. She obtained B.Sc. (Zoo.) (1992), MSc (Zoo) (1999) from University of Yangon and MA (German), 2014 from Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Myanmar.
MA (German), May 2014, Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Myanmar
Thesis: “eine Analyse über typische Fehler bei der Bildung und der Umformung von Partizipialkonstruktionen und Partizipialsätzen von BA III Deutschstudenten an YUFL” M.Sc (Zoo), 1999, University of Yangon
Thesis: “Anatomy of Aetomylaeus maculatus (Gray, 1834)”
Diploma in German, 1996, Institute of Foreign Languages (Yangon University of Foreign Languages, Myanmar),
B.Sc (Zoo), 1992, University of Yangon, Myanmar
Daw Htet Htet Win
Teaching & Learning, Sociolinguistics, Literature and Culture Studies, Social Science, Research
Daw Phyu Yati Thin
Teaching & Learning, Tourism, Literature Culture and History, Social Sciences, Research
Daw Khine Khine Htike
Teaching and Learning, Reading, Phonetics
Daw Shun Lae Win
Teaching Thai as a foreign Language, History Culture and Literature, Research
Daw Wai Yee Khine
Daw Than Thar Su
Teaching & Learning, Research, Culture & Sociology, Psychology
Daw Ohnmar Aung
MEd(Educational Technology and Communications),
Dip in Global English,
Dip in Thai
Literature History and Culture
Daw Aye Aye Kyin
M.sc(Morphology & Anatomy),
Teaching, Reading, Research
Dr. Thin Thin Hlaing was graduated BA. Chinese from Yangon University of Foreign Languages Studied on July 2003.
She also graduated MA. Chinese from Beijing Language and Culture University on July 2015.
In July 2018, she was graduated Ph.D Chinese at Beijing Language and Culture University.
She was first appointed as a tutor at the Department of Chinese in Yangon University of Foreign Languages on 7-2-2005.
She was promoted to Assistant Lecture on 25-2-2013 and promoted to Lecturer on 1-12-2016.
She was promoted to Associate Professor on 2-12-2019.
Literature, Culture, Linguistics and Language Policy
Daw Thet Su Mon
Teaching & Learning, literature & Culture, IT, Social Science Research
Daw Thinzar Win Hlaing
Teaching & Learning, Linguistics, Psychology, IT
Daw May Thaw Han
Diploma in Thai
Teaching & Learning, Analytical Skill Research, Culture history, Psychology, social sciences
Daw Hsu Myat Sandar
Psycholinguistics, Language Teaching
Dr. Khin May Cho was graduated from Yangon University, and got B.Sc (Chem) Degree in 1987.
She also got post-graduate degrees such as Diploma in Chinese (Yangon University of Foreign Languages) in 1995, M.A (Chinese) from Beijing Language and Culture University in 2004 and Ph.D (Chinese) from Beijing Language and Culture University in 2010.
She was first appointed as a tutor at the Department of Chinese in YUFL on20-6-1997.
She was promoted to Assistant Lecturer on 14-12-2004 and promoted to Lecturer on 1-2-2010.
She was promoted to Assistant Professor and served as the Head of Chinese Department on 3-8-2015.
She was also promoted to Professor on 1-12-2016. At present, she is working as a Professor and Head of Chinese Department in YUFL.
Kyaw Thu is an Associate Professor of the Department of Japanese, Yangon University of Foreign Languages. He obtained M.A Japanese in 2012.
– M.A (Japanese) YUFL 2012
– Certificate of Advanced Training Program 2008 (Japan Foundation)
– Certificate of Long term Training Program 1998 (Japan Foundation)
Daw Myat Thu Aung