Chinese Language Training Programs

 

 

 

Introduction

The Chinese Language Learning Programs, part of DUT’ s commitment to internationalization, offers diversified courses meeting different needs of all international students. Offering both language courses and culture courses centered on practical language skills and knowledge, the programs draw on the expertise of the instructors and staff. Students can choose to study for one level or to complete all the levels continuously.

 

Chinese   courses:

Elementary

Comprehensive   (intensive reading and grammar), Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

Intermediate

Comprehensive   (intensive reading and grammar), Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing   (reading/writing)

Advanced

Comprehensive   (intensive reading and grammar), Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing and   Culture.

Selective   courses:

Ancient   Chinese, Business Chinese, HSK Counseling, Tai Chi, Calligraphy, Paper   Cutting, Peking Opera, Chinese Cuisine, Kong Fu, Chinese Dancing

 

Class type

Placement teaching: students are divided into six levels of teaching according to their Chinese levels.

Small class teaching: class size of no more than 15 people.

schedule:

Chinese courses: morning from Monday to Friday, 20-24 class-hours/ week

Elective courses: afternoons from Monday to Friday, 2-10 class-hours/ week

 

Featured activities

Language practices: international students Chinese speech contest, Chinese talent show and language practical activities with grade features.

Cultural practices: regional cultural study (spring/ autumn), campus carnival (spring), international cultural festival (autumn), sports (spring), other club activities.

Special cultural tours: tourist exploration activities in china (the first week after the end of the semester, organized by the Institute, voluntary participation and at your own expense).

 

Scholarship

SIE offers DUT Chinese Trainee Scholarships to encourage outstanding Chinese language learners.

 

Semesters Start

Spring semester: March, 2017; 16 weeks

Fall semester: September, 2017; 16weeks

 

Fees (CNY)

Duration

Tuition

     Application fee         (for only one time)

1 Week

1,800

400

2 Weeks

2,200

3 Weeks

2,600

4 Weeks

3,000

2 Months

5,000

3 Months

7,000

1 semester

8,500

500

1 year

16,000

 

Accommodation (CNY)

Accommodation

Type

Rate/

Month

Facilities

Public   Facilities

Note

Ph.D &   International Student Dormitory

Single Room

900

Internet Access,   Desk, Wardrobe, Bathroom, Shower

Kitchen, Washing   Machine, Microwave Oven

Stay for more   than 3 months
  Internet at own expense

Double Room

600

Single Room

1,800

Stay for less   than 3 months
  Internet at own expense

Double Room

1,200

Home-stay

Negotiated   between the host family and the student

Offered a   separate room, breakfast and supper

 Other fees (CNY)

Items

Fees

Campus card

25

Insurance(one semester)

300

Insurance(one year)

500

Application Time

40 days before the start of the semester

 

Application Qualification

1. Non-Chinese citizen

2. Age between 18 to 60 years old and in good health

* Applicant under age 18 must have a guardian who lives in Dalian.

 

Application Procedures

1. Upload the online application at http://iso.

2. Upload the following documents in the online application system, one photo and passport copy.

3. Applicants once admitted, the Admission Notice, the Application for Entry Form (JW202) and Physical Examination Form will be sent to the enrolled applicants, who could apply for an entry visa to China by presenting the above-mentioned documents, personal passports and the Physical Examination Records to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate in their respective countries.