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From early 2010, the Institute has put tremendous focus on the promotion of Chinese language and culture in primary and secondary schools, in particular in regional Victoria. The Institute has partnered with the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) in the promotion of the Confucius Classrooms throughout the state.
The Institute has also been working closely with the Chinese Language Teachers Association of Victoria, supporting key programs such as the Chinese Bridge Competition, Years 7-9 Reading Awards (L2), Years 9-11 Writing and Speaking Competition (Background speakers) and Year 9-11 Writing and Speaking Competition (L1).
The 2018 Confucius Institute Emerging Leaders China Study Tour offers a fantastic opportunity for students and young professionals to learn about Chinese language and culture and the modern Chinese economy through a Nanjing University language short-course and business visits. The tour includes a number of business visits, briefings and cultural activities. The tour includes visits to Beijing, the political centre of China, Nanjing, China’s ancient capital and place of one of China’s Top 5 Universities (Nanjing University) and Shanghai, the international financial and commercial centre of China.
Register your interest by paying the deposit via the Asialink E-cart.
The Confucius Institute is a proud supporter of the Victorian Government Hamer Scholarship Program.
We are pleased to announce the next round will be open from 5 February - 10 March 2018.
The Victorian Government Hamer Scholarships Program is a language and cultural immersion program designed to build the Asia-engagement capabilities of Victorians and to help strengthen cultural awareness and partnerships between Victoria and Asia. The program provides scholarships for Victorians to undertake intensive language study at nominated universities or institutions in China (which includes CI's partner university, Nanjing University), Indonesia, Japan and Korea.
2018 Confucius Institute Scholarships are also open for application. To learn more please contact Lianying Hao via email or on 90358204.
The Institute has partnered with the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) in the promotion of the Confucius Classrooms throughout the state.
Workshops are designed to increase students’ cultural understanding of China, while also being fun and interactive.