Long-Term Chinese Language Training Classes in Training CollegeNon-degree
The update time of this program is Jun 28 , 2017. The latest information is under confirming, which is only for reference. If you want to get the accurate information, please contact with CUCAS.
- Above 18 years old;
- High-school degree or above;
- With a valid passport.
I started my Bachelor of Education Degree last year (2016) at Varsity College Sandton Campus in South Africa. During this time South Africa was currently experiencing massive riots within the tertiary education system in which most ended violently. This caused a disruption with not only public universities, but private as well as the students were attacking these institutions in order to get them to join the Fees Must Fall movement. As a result of this, it became unsafe to further my studies in South Africa, which is why I moved to China. I have been living in Beijing, China for about 7 months now and during this time i have travelled to a few other places within China. I have been trying to learn the language and beautiful culture China has to offer which is why I would love to study here. I have looked around at other universities as well but none has compared to BFSU which has shown so much diversity within its students. I have visited the campus and it is one of the most beautiful campuses I have seen in China. BFSU offers an array of choices with regards to course options and that has enticed me to further my studies through BFSU. As a student who comes from almost nothing, I am the first in my family and community to leave the country so I would like to set an example for those who follow me. BFSU is a respected institution and will definitely help me to fulfill my dream of travelling the world and showing the young people in my community that they can do anything that they put their minds to and it is not limited to South Africa. Also, that they can come to China and see how much more safer it is here as South Africa is not the safest place for young women right now.
- 2 months ago
- Name:Rodgers Darnall Tatum
- From:South Africa
Beijing Foreign Studies University has an excellent reputation for its Chinese language courses. It offers high quality teaching facilities and a beautiful campus spaces. It is also located close to the city centre and my relative's apartment in Beijing. The university also attracts students from all around the world so I am looking forward to meeting and making friends with so many different students. I believe that this university will provide me with the best opportunity to improve my Chinese.
- 3 months ago
- Name:Yang Leigh
The University has an excellent reputation and i expect to get the maximum experience from it.
- 9 months ago
- Name:Rumani Neritan
As a student of the 7th best university of brazil, one of the key points of my choice to Beijing Foreign Studies University was the high quality education program. Since I’m facing a challenge to go to a foreign country to learn a well-known difficult language, I have done a long research on the top universities to learn Chinese, and BFSU presents itself with an extended history of teaching and important role in the global scope of China.
- 9 months ago
- Name:Sijbrandij Daan
I choose BFSU because of its prestige, a clear explanation of the courses an its content, the possibility of interact with people from China and all over the world
- 10 months ago
- Name:UNDA GUEVARA RAIMUNDO JOSE
- This program is provided students with excellent faculty and inclusive courses.
- This program adopts small-class teaching.
- Students can have various language practice and recreational activities.
- The School provides scholarships for outstanding students.
1. Training Goal
Editor Notes: This program cultivates students with overall Chinese language skills.
- International students could be trained with overall Chinese language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
- This program aims to help students to have the ability of better communicating with the language.
2. Program Introduction
Editor Notes: This program begins classes in the spring and autumn semesters each year, with the curriculum lasting 18 weeks each semester.
- Class Time: Monday to Friday 08:00-11:50 or 13:00-16:50.
- This program is divided into preliminary level, intermediate level and advanced level, which are also subdivided into a total often sub-levels, with students assigned to classes according to their level of language competence.
- This program will put emphasis on aural and oral training in small-sized classes, with about 15 students in each class.
3. Program Structure
Editor Notes: The Chinese Training Center sets 2 to 3 compulsory courses and some 20 elective courses every semester for students at different levels.
3.1 Compulsory Courses
Elementary Chinese Preliminary Oral Chinese Intermediate Chinese Intermediate Oral Chinese Intermediate Reading and Writing Advanced Chinese Advanced Oral Chinese Advanced Reading and Writing
Training Levels Target Students Teaching Objective A (Elementary level I) For students having not learned any Chinese For students of Elementary level A, after they conclude one semester’s study, they are supposed to have a vocabulary of 700-1000 words and get to the grammar study at the elementary phase.
Reach the level of HSK2/3.
B (Elementary level II) For students having learned Pinyin and mastered about 600 words For students of Elementary level B, after they conclude one semester’s study, they are supposed to have a vocabulary of 1000-1200 words and complete the grammar study at the elementary phase.
Reach the level of HSK3/4.
C (Intermediate Level) For students having learned Chinese and mastered about 1200 words For students of Elementary level C, after they conclude one semester’s study, they are supposed to have a vocabulary of 1200-1500 words and finish learning the grammar of the elementary phase and basic lexical usage.
Reach the level of HSK4/5.
D (Advanced Level) For students having learned Chinese and mastered about 1500 words For students of Elementary level D, after they conclude one semester’s study, they are supposed to have a vocabulary of 1500-2500 words and finish learning the grammar of the elementary phase and part of the grammar and vocabulary of the intermediate phase.
Reach the level of HSK5/6.
3.2 Elective Courses
Elementary reading Elementary writing Elementary audiovisual-oral practice Intermediate audiovisual practice Intermediate newspaper reading Advanced writing Introduction to Chinese Pronunciation Introduction to Chinese characters Idiomatic expressions
Courses ContentType of the lessons
Comprehensive Chinese Courses
- To get the ability to read and write Chinese language, and communicate with others in Chinese.
- To improve students’ knowledge of phonetic, vocabulary and grammar, and improve students' reading and writing ability.
- To let students understand language in cross-cultural communication, and improve the comprehensive communication ability.
- To improve the students' reading ability through reading the idiom stories, fairy tales.
- Let the students read the newspapers, magazines, news.
- Comprehensively improve students reading level.
- To improve the students' understanding of Chinese language ability and use the language communication ability based on the students' listening ability training.
- To make them understand the Chinese culture of communication is necessary.
- To develop the listening micro skills.
- To master certain listening skills.
- To improve the students' listening comprehension.
- To help students develop the correct pronunciation habits.
- To master enough vocabulary, learn to use the language, and communicate with others according to a particular topic.
- To improve the students' writing ability with different kinds of writing methods.
- To improve the students' knowledge of Chinese application ability and Chinese culture.
- To better understand Chinese culture.
- Hold regular Chinese calligraphy, Tai Chi, Chinese painting, Chinese paper-cut, Peking Opera, etc.
- To further improve the students' interest in the culture of Chinese and China.
- The tuition fee covers the textbook fee.
- For registration, it is 08:30 - 17:30 on Thursday before the lessons.
3.3 Culturally-oriented courses
A General Introduction to China Chinese Popular Culture Chinese Cuisine and Travel in China Chinese-Japanese Translation Business Chinese
3.4 Interesting activities
Talent Contest Composition Contest Fan Games Video Contest International Sales Gatherings New Year’s Party
4. School Introduction
Editor Notes: It is the first foreign language university and offering the most language programs in China.
Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) is a key university directly affiliated with the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the People’s Republic of China. Founded in 1941, BFSU is the first institution specializing in foreign language studies. It has the longest history among universities of its kind in China, offering a complete range of degrees, diplomas and programs at various levels, with the largest number of foreign language programs in the country. Excellence in teaching and extensive research in foreign language and literature has earned high respect for BFSU’s quality programs, both at home and internationally, Learn More>>
5. School of Chinese Language and Literature
Editor Notes: The School has a group of teachers with rich professional experience, training about 1,700 students, with 1,200 from overseas.
- The School has been designed as the first-level discipline Master’s Degree for Chinese Language and Literature.
- The School provides two PhD programs, which are Comparative Literature and Cross-culture Study, as well as Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language.
6. Campus Life
Editor Notes: The School arranges the tourist every week for free and students have been to many famous places.
The Great Wall
The Forbidden City
- Above 18 years old;
- High-school degree or above;
- With a valid passport.
Tuition Fee Non-degree RMB 21,150 in total (About $ 3,880) Accommodation Fee White Building Double Room RMB 40 (per person per day) to RMB 50 (per person per day) Single Room RMB 60 (per person per day) to RMB 90 (per person per day) Guojiao Building Single Room RMB 110 (per person per day) to RMB 90 (per person per day) Studio RMB 260 (per person per month) to RMB 300 (per person per month) Other Fees Application Fee RMB 400 to RMB 810 Service Fee USD 50 Living Expense RMB 2,200 to RMB 2,800
- Application Materials
1. One 2-inch photo
2. Photocopy of valid passport
With name, passport number & expiration date, and photo included
3. Guarantee letter
Better written by people who stay in China.
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- 3. Upload required documents. (About 5 minutes)
- 4. Pay the application fee and CUCAS service fee (CUCAS is authorized to collect on the university’s behalf). (About 5 minutes)
- 5. Click “Submit” button.
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|·Starting Date :||
|Teaching Language :||Chinese|
|Application Deadline:||Mar 5 , 2018|
|Tuition :||RMB 21,150 In Total|
|Application Fee:||USD 75 (Non-Refundable)|
|Service Fee:||USD 50 (Non-Refundable)|
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