★ Why to learn Chinese?
China is one of the world’s oldest civilizations with over 5000 years history and enjoys the richest cultures. 30 years reform and opening-up leads to China being the second largest economy in the world. China is the largest trading partners of many countries. China has a huge market share, and business leaders are looking for people who can speak Chinese and operate successfully in a Chinese cultural context. Knowing Chinese may give you an edge when competing for an important position.
To help learners obtain skills to communicate in Chinese, this program is divided into preliminary, intermediate and advanced levels. The curriculum includes comprehensive, listening, speaking, reading and writing courses. We follow goal-directed, students-centered, Supervisor-assisted teaching methodology to motivate students, abstract input& conceptual knowledge through synchronous interaction, subject-oriented lecture, and follow-up task for reinforcement. When the training ends, students can improve their Chinese proficiency and be able to communicate in Chinese.
We welcome all candidates of over 18 years old who are interested in Chinese language and culture, and who should be physically healthy and abide by Chinese Laws and university regulations.
1. Students will be grouped into different classes at appropriate levels, according to their interview results on registration day.
2. Learning efficiency will be raised and lectures will be varied by the application of language lab and assisted by multi-media equipment.
3. Colorful language-practicing activities are held regularly, such as Chinese song singing contests, speech contests, essay writing contests, and experiencing the local Chinese life,etc.
4. Learning together with Chinese students and organizing activities with both overseas students and Chinese students together.
Application Fee (Non-refundable)
March 1-July 1
Sep 1- Jan 1st(2017)
School of International Education
Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication
Address: No.1 (band -2)Xinghua Street, Daxing District, Beijing, 102600, P. R. China
Dean: School of International Education
Director: Office of International Affairs
Supervisor of International Affairs