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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 Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of its establishment in 2017. Therefore, we would like to invite our past and current students to explore their relationship with China from their own perspective. We encourage all of current and past students to enter the competition for the chance to win a free air ticket to China! Please see the full details via the link or speak to your teacher and/or CI staff member.
We are proud to continue our Business Beginners Chinese Language Course in Term 3 in partnership with the Bank of Melbourne, which will run from July 20-September 21.
Please find the details below: Level: Chinese Business Beginners (no previous language learning required) Date: July 20-September 21 2017 (Thursdays).
Where: Bank of Melbourne, Level 2, 525 Collins St, Melbourne. Cost: $438 for new students. $394 for CI returning students, UoM alumni and Bank of Melbourne stakeholders (includes textbook, GST and course materials)
Register: via the Asialink E-Cart
Questions and enquiries: Ms. Linlin Lu 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.