East China University of Science and Technology
Long-term Chinese Language Course

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Teaching Medium: Chinese
Degree Awarded: Non-Degree
Entry Requirements: Any education background is acceptable
Duration: 1 Semester
Hours/Week: 20 hrs/wk
Starting Date: Sep. 2016
Applocation Deadline: Aug 15,2016
Tuition Fee: CNY 8500 per semester
Application Fee: 65 USD (Non-Refundable)

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REQUIREMENTS

  • 1. Non-Chinese citizens with a valid passport.
  • 2. Be in good health condition and above the age of 18.
  • 3. With reliable financial support and custody.
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Program Description

School of International Education of ECUST accept Chinese language learners all year round. Terms begin at each February and September. The Chinese language courses have six levels: elementary (I,II), intermediate (I,II) and advanced (I,II). Students will be divided into small groups according to the application and class-dividing interview.

1. Application Deadline

For Spring Semester: Jan. 10

2. Teaching Features

IES focuses on the improvement of students' language performance and it provides good environment for language study. All classes are arranged in small size with 15 to 20 students to make sure of a better teaching result.

IES has a rational arrangement of courses. There are 20 class hours' language courses from Monday to Friday, all of which are in the morning. In the afternoon, students could choose any elective courses provided.

3. Main Courses

Language courses: intensive reading, extensive reading, listening, oral Chinese, writing, HSK guidance, etc.

Elective courses: Chinese calligraphy, martial art, cooking, appreciation of Chinese song and folk song, appreciation of Chinese movie,etc.

Teaching materials: most textbooks are compiled and published by Beijing Language and Culture University.

Teaching practises: There are regular visits to historical and cultural cities and scenic spots around Shanghai.

You could download the term schedule here: Term Schedule for February - July 2011 Long-term Chinese Program.doc

4. Curriculums

1) Courses for Elementary Class I:

Compulsory Course:
Elementary Chinese, Elementary Oral Chinese, Elementary Spoken Chinese, Intensive Reading

Textbooks:
A Chinese Textbook (I)  Elementary Oral Chinese (I)
Listen to Chinese (I) A Chinese Reading Textbook (I)
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press

Elective course:
After-school Tutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation , etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent command of about 1250 Chinese words, have everyday conversation in Chinese with Chinese people and pass HSK Basic level.

2) Courses for Elementary Class II:

Compulsory Course:
Elementary Chinese, Elementary Oral Chinese, Elementary Spoken Chinese, Intensive Reading

Textbooks:
A Chinese Textbook (II)  Oral Chinese (I)
Listen to Chinese (II) A Chinese Reading Textbook (II)
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press

Elective Course:
After-school Tutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation, etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent command of about 2750 Chinese words, have complete daily conversation in Chinese with Chinese people and pass HSK elementary level A or B.

3) Courses for Intermediate Class I:

Compulsory Course:
Intermediate Chinese, Intermediate Oral Chinese, Intermediate Spoken Chinese, Intermediate Chinese Listening, Intensive Reading, Audio-visual-oral Chinese, Basic Chinese Writing

Textbooks:
Developing Chinese: A Intermediate Chinese Textbook (I) 
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Oral Chinese (I)
Developing Chinese: Intensive Reading(I)
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Chinese Listening (I)
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Chinese writing (I)
Audio-visual-oral Chinese Textbook (I)
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press, expect for Audio-visual-oral Chinese Textbook which will be provided by the teacher.

Elective Course:
Chinese Culture, Chinese Tradition, Business Chinese, Tourism Chinese, After-school Tutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation, etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent commandof about 3850 Chinese words, make relative complex dialogue on economy, social affairs in Chinese and pass HSK Intermediate level B or C.

4) Courses for Intermediate Class II:

Compulsory Course:
Intermediate Chinese, Intermediate Oral Chinese, Intermediate Spoken Chinese, Intermediate Chinese Listening, Intensive Reading, Audio-visual-oral Chinese, Basic Chinese Writing

Textbooks:
Developing Chinese: A Intermediate Chinese Textbook (II) 
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Oral Chinese (II)
Developing Chinese: Intensive Reading(II)
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Chinese Listening (II)
Developing Chinese: Intermediate Chinese writing (II)
Audio-visual-oral Chinese Textbook (II)
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press, expect for Audio-visual-oral Chinese Textbook which will be provided by the teacher.

Elective Course:
Chinese Culture, Chinese Tradition, Business Chinese, Tourism Chinese,  After-school Tutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation , etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent commandof about 5000 Chinese words, make relative complex dialogue on economy, social affairs in Chinese and pass HSK Intermediate level B or C.

5) Courses for the Advanced Class I:

Compulsory Course:
Advanced Chinese, Advanced Oral Chinese, Listening to News Broadcast, Intensive Reading, Advanced Writing, Journals and Newspaper Reading, Chinese Society

Textbooks:
Developing Chinese: Advanced Chinese Textbook (I) 
Developing Chinese: Advanced Oral Chinese (I)
Developing Chinese: Advanced writing (I)
Journals and Newspaper Reading
Listening to News Broadcast (Level IX)
General Introduction to Chinese Society(I)
A Chinese Grammar Textbook
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press, expect for Journals and Newspaper Reading which will be provided by the teacher.

Elective course:
Current Chinese Literature, The History of Chinese Philosophy, Advanced Business Chinese, Tourism Chinese, After-class Tutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation , etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent command of about 6500 Chinese words, have wide-ranging talk with Chinese people, read Chinese newspapers and magazines and listen to Chinese news broadcast without any difficulty, write Chinese essay of about 600 words, be up to general job in China and pass HSK adcvanced level B or C.

6) Courses for the Advanced Class II:

Compulsory Course:
Advanced Chinese, Advanced Oral Chinese, Listening to News Broadcast, Intensive Reading, Advanced Writing, Journals and Newspaper Reading, Chinese Society

Textbooks:
Developing Chinese: Advanced Chinese Textbook (II) 
Developing Chinese: Advanced Oral Chinese (II)
Developing Chinese: Advanced writing (II)
Journals and Newspaper Reading
Listening to News Broadcast (Level IX)
General Introduction to Chinese Society(II)
A Chinese Grammar Textbook
All the textbooks are published by Beijing Language and Culture University Press, expect for Journals and Newspaper Reading which will be provided by the teacher.

Elective course:
Current Chinese Literature, The History of Chinese Philosophy, Advanced Business Chinese, Tourism Chinese, After-classTutorial, Guidance to HSK, Calligraphy, Chinese Martial Art, Chinese Cooking, Chinese Music, Movie Appreciation, etc.

Class Hours: 380 to 400 class (45min./class hour)

Teaching Objects:
The students could have an excellent command of about 8000 Chinese words, have wide-ranging talk with Chinese people, read Chinese newspapers and magazines and listen to Chinese news broadcast without any difficulty, write Chinese essay of about 800 words, be up to general job in China and pass HSK advanced level A or B.
 

Entry Requirements

Applicants must be in good health and aged from 18 to 60.

Application Materials


1
.  Photocopy of valid passport
With photo, passport number &expiration date and name included.

2.  Passport-sized photo
A passport-sized photo taken recently of the applicant.

3.  Health certificate(optional)
Photocopy of physical examination record.

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