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2014 Confucius China Studies Program

December 17th, 2013, 1:25 pm

In order to foster deep understanding of China and the Chinese culture among young generations from around the world, enable the prosperous growth of China studies, promote the sustainable development of Confucius Institutes, and enhance the friendly relationship between China and the people of other countries, the Confucius Institute Headquarters has set up the “Confucius China Studies Program”.

The Program consists of six subprograms in the academic areas of Humanities and Social Sciences.

I. Joint Ph.D. Fellowship
II. Ph.D. in China Fellowship
III. “Understanding China” Fellowship
IV. Young Leaders Fellowship
V. International Conference Grant
VI. Publication Grant


I.Joint Ph.D. Fellowship

1. Purpose

Support doctoral students (candidates) registered with foreign universities to come to China for study, research and writing of their doctoral dissertations. Students who successfully complete the program may receive Ph.D. degrees either from the foreign universities they registered or from both the Chinese and the foreign universities.

2. Duration:

From six months to two years.

3. Eligibility

  • Non-Chinese citizen;
  • HSK test score level 3 is required, and priority is given to applicants with higher level of proficiency in Chinese under same conditions;
  • Priority is given to students studying at Confucius Institutes (CI) or from CI host universities;
  • Applicants who are currently participating in Chinese Government Scholarship are not eligible to apply for this Program.

4. Application materials

  • Ph.D. Study Certificate;
  • Two letters of recommendation from scholars in related field;
  • HSK transcript;
  • Abstract of master’s thesis or other academic publications;
  • Abstract of doctoral dissertation;
  • A research plan for the study in China;
  • Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from local Confucius Institutes.

5. How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

6. Assessment Process

Applicants will have a correspondence review from the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program, followed by an interview.

7. Funding

  • Lodging and living stipend: 80,000 RMB per year;
  • Research fund: 20,000 RMB per year (to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • Round-trip international airfare (economy class, to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • Tuition fees;
  • Other support provided by the host Chinese university;
  • Expenses for the foreign supervisor’s visit or research in China;
  • Expenses for life and medical insurances in China;
  • Group activities and cultural experience.

8. Schedule

  • Correspondence review by expert panel in February;
  • Interview within 1 month after correspondence review;
  • Announcement of final results within 1 month after interview;
  • Enrolment in September or March every year.

Appendixes:

1. List of Pilot Chinese Universities for Confucius China Studies Program

2. List of Proposed Research Topics of Confucius China Studies Program

3. Application Form for Joint Ph.D. Fellowship


II. Ph.D. in China Fellowship

1. Purpose

Support foreign students to pursue full-time Ph.D. degrees in the humanities and social sciences at Chinese universities.

2. Duration

Normally from three to four years.

3. Eligibility

  • Non-Chinese citizen;
  • HSK test score level 5 is required, and priority is given to applicants with higher level of proficiency in Chinese under same conditions;
  • Priority is given to students studying at Confucius Institutes (CI) or from CI host universities;
  • Applicants who are currently participating in Chinese Government Scholarship are not eligible to apply for this Plan.

4. Application materials

  • Recognized transcripts of undergraduate and graduate studies, diplomas and copies of all the documents above in Chinese;
  • HSK transcript;
  • Abstract of master’s thesis and other academic publications;
  • A doctoral research statement;
  • Two letters of recommendation from scholars in related field;
  • Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from Confucius Institutes.

5. How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

 6. Assessment Process

Applicants will have a correspondence review from the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program, followed by an interview.

7. Funding

  • Lodging and living stipend: 80,000 RMB per year;
  • Research fund: 20,000 RMB per year (to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • One round-trip international airfare (economy class, to be reimbursed against actual cost) per year;
  • Tuition fees;
  • Other support provided by the host Chinese university;
  • Expenses for life and medical insurances in China;
  • Group activities and cultural experience.

8. Schedule

  • Correspondence review by experts in February;
  • Interview within 1 month after correspondence review;
  • Announcement of final results within 1 month after interview;
  • Enrolment in September every year.

Appendixes:

1. List of Pilot Chinese Universities for Confucius China Studies Program

2. List of Proposed Research Topics of Confucius China Studies Program

3. Application Form for Ph.D. in China Fellowship


III. “Understanding China” Fellowship

This fellowship consists of the following three categories:

1. “Understanding China” Visiting Scholar to China

1) Purpose and Eligibility

This program serves to support teachers, researchers, postdoctoral scholars with the credential of assistant professor (or equivalent) and above from foreign universities and academic institutes to undertake research with Chinese researchers in China.

Applicants shall be non-Chinese citizens.

2) Duration

From two weeks to six months.

3) Application materials

  • An invitation letter from a Chinese university (see Appendix 4);
  • Summary of academic publications;
  • A research statement for the visit;
  • Passport information;
  • Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from local Confucius Institutes, or the Chinese Embassy (Consulate) in your country.

4) How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

5) Assessment

Applicants will have a correspondence review from the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program.

6) Funding

  • 10000 RMB per month;
  • Round-trip international airfare (economy class, to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • Expenses for life and medical insurances in China.

7) Schedule

After a 3-months expert review, the admitted applicants will receive “Notice of Funding” from the Confucius Institute Headquarters. The according host Chinese universities will be informed simultaneously.

2. “Understanding China” Short-term Visit

1) Purpose

The “Understanding China” Short-term Visit program serves to support senior officials from government, education and culture, non-governmental organizations and business.

2) Duration

From two weeks to two months.

3) Application materials

  • Achievements and rewards;
  • A statement of purpose for the visit;
  • Passport information;
  • Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from local Confucius Institutes, or the Chinese Embassy (Consulate) in your country.

4) How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

5) Assessment

Applicants will have a correspondence review from the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program.

6) Funding

  • Accommodation and travel expenses in China;
  • Round-trip international airfare (economy class, to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • Expenses for life and medical insurances in China.

7) Schedule

After passing a correspondence review from our expert panel, the admitted applicants will receive “Notice of Funding” from the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

3. “Understanding China” Chinese Visiting Scholar

1) Purpose and Eligibility

This program serves to support Chinese senior scholars to give credit courses on Chinese economics, business, finance, law, and culture etc. in foreign universities; scholars shall give lectures at Confucius Institutes in the host country or neighboring countries.

2) Duration

From 6 to 12 months. The duration could be extended at the request of the host country and the evaluation of performance accordingly.

3) Application materials

  • Application form;
  • Specifications of the credit courses.

4) How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

  • The Headquarters shall select applicants from the candidates’ pool or recruit new candidates at request.
  • Scholars will be dispatched upon the approval of both Confucius Institute and the Chinese university.

5) Funding

  • Scholars will be paid according to the standard of Government-sponsored teachers;
  • Extra research grant will be given to the scholar when needed.

Appendixes:

1. Application Form for “Understanding China” Visiting Scholar to China

2. Application Form for “Understanding China” Short-term Visit

3. Application Form for “Understanding China” Chinese Visiting Scholar

4. List of Pilot Chinese Universities for Confucius China Studies Program


IV. Young Leaders Fellowship

1. Purpose

1) Support outstanding youths who have been awarded at least a Bachelor’s Degree and hold a certain position in the field of politics, economics, finance, law, education, culture, arts, and media to visit China;

2) There are two ways in applying for the grant: (1) a plan will be made by the Headquarters and published at due time through www.hanban.org and ccsp.chinese.cn, applicants can apply accordingly; (2) applicants can make their own visit plan and submit it to the Headquarters;

3) Support senior undergraduates or graduates holding a position in students’ associations at foreign universities to visit China.

2. Duration

From two weeks to six months.

3. Eligibility

  • Non-Chinese citizen;
  • Normally under the age of 40;
  • Being interested in public affairs, and aspired to make positive contributions to the exchange and collaboration between China and other countries.

4. Application materials

  • Application form;
  • A letter of recommendation from the current employer and two from other referees;
  • A statement of purpose for the visit;
  • Priority is given to applicants who obtain a letter of recommendation from local Confucius Institutes, or the Chinese Embassy (Consulate) in your country.

5. How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

6. Assessment Process

Applicants will have a correspondence review from the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program.

7. Funding

  • Accommodation and travel expenses in China;
  • Round-trip international airfare (economy class, to be reimbursed against actual cost);
  • Expenses for life and medical insurances in China.

Appendix:

Application Form for Young Leaders Fellowship


V. International Conference Grant

1. Purpose

 The International Conference Grant is aimed at supporting Confucius Institutes, universities, research institutes, and scholars to hold or attend international academic conferences on Sinology and/or China Studies.

2. How to apply

Applicants shall log in onccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

  • Sponsors of conference shall submit application documents, including the theme, scale, and budget of the conference.
  • Participators of conference shall submit invitation of sponsors, outline for speech as well as budgets for accommodation, transportation, and registration fees for the conference.

3. Assessment Process

The application will be examined and reviewed by the expert panel of the Confucius China Studies Program.

4. Funding

  • The accommodation and travel expenses of conference speakers;
  • Registration fees;
  • Publication fees of conference proceedings.

Appendix:

Application Form for International Conference Grant


VI. Publication Grant

1. Purpose and Eligibility

Publication Grant supports foreign scholars to publish or translate relevant monographs, doctoral dissertations, or founding relevant academic journals on Sinology and/or China Studies.

The leading applicant must be non-Chinese citizen.

2. Application materials

  • A brief description of the nature and scope of the publication project and its importance to the field;
  • At least a 30-pages sample in Chinese;
  • A budget;
  • Letters of recommendation from at least 2 referees in the area of the proposal;
  • Publisher contract or letter of intent from foreign publishers with a specified timeline for completion of the project.

3. How to apply

Applicants shall log in on ccsp.chinese.cn, download and fill in the application form, sign it before scanning it and sending it to ccsp@hanban.org, and then post the application forms and other supporting documents required (both Chinese and English versions) in one packet to the Confucius Institute Headquarters.

4. Funding

The grant covers expenses for editing, translation, publication, circulation and advertising. The exact expenses will be approved according to the application.

Appendix: 

Application Form for Publication Grant


What is Confucius China Studies Program? “

Confucius China Studies Program”is set up by Confucius Institute Headquarters. The majority of financial support is provided through support of specific research and other projects to foster deep understanding of China and the Chinese culture among young elites from around the world, to enable the prosperous growth of China studies, to promote the sustainable development of Confucius Institutes, and to enhance the friendly relationship between China and the people of other countries.


When is the application deadline of 2014 projects?

Applicants for Sino-Foreign Joint Ph.D. Subprogram and Ph.D. in China Subprogram should submit their applications to the Confucius Institute Headquarters by February 28th, 2014. The application materials should include the Chinese versions. The Headquarters will organize the “Confucius China Studies Program” Expert Committee to conduct the appraisal and interview. The result of appraisal will be announced in the spring of 2014. The first batch of candidates will start their programs from the autumn of 2014. The starting and termination time of other subprograms will be determined in accordance to their specific situation.


Is there any requirement of Chinese proficiency?

The HSK test score of the applicants for Sino-Foreign Joint Ph.D. Subprogram should be no less than level 3, for Ph. D. in China Subprogram no less than level 5.


What’s the specific application process?

Applicants shall log in http://ccsp.chinese.cn, set up an individual account, download and fill in the Application Form, upload the relevant certification materials, submit and print out the form. Please send the signed application form and other application materials (see About CCSP) to the Confucius Institute Headquarters and Chinese university (including the Chinese versions). The Headquarters will organize the “Confucius China Studies Program” Expert Committee to conduct the appraisal and interview.


Scope of Subsidies

The subsidies for the Sino-Foreign Joint Ph.D. Subprogram, Ph.D. in China Subprogram and the “Understanding China” visiting scholar subprogram may include: in China research fund, tuition, lodging and living stipend, library stipend, in-China health and accident insurance, as well as expenditures for attending academic conference in related areas (one time per year), round-trip international transportation, and other living and work condition support provided by the Chinese and/or oversea universities hosting the program. Please log on for information about specific amount of subsidies. For short-term program of less than one year, subsidies will be provided in accordance to the practical needs. Subsidy for publishing and international conference will be appraised and decided by the “Confucius China Studies Program” Expert Committee, based on actual needs.

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2014 Confucius China Studies Program

December 17th, 2013, 1:25 pm

Mandarin Chinese is the standard and most widely spoken dialect of the Chinese language. As such, Mandarin Chinese is essential for Americans interested in doing business, vacationing, or studying in China. As Chinese businesses, tourists, and scholars travel to the United States in growing numbers, Americans are also finding Mandarin Chinese very useful here at home.

Join us for practical and enjoyable courses in Mandarin Chinese. All courses meet one session per week and are held in the Confucius Institute in Suite 129 at the IUPUI Campus, except as noted.

2014 Spring Non-Credit Courses (open to public)

Conversational Chinese 1

Date & Time: Tuesday’s February 4, 11, 18, 25, March 4, 11    6:00 – 8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese I is intended for beginners and focuses on developing the student’s ability to use Chinese language in verbal communication. You’ll learn Chinese pronunciation, the most essential and useful conversational sentences and simple grammar in order to carry on basic conversations. You’ll have many opportunities to practice using the language in a range of contexts likely to be encountered in Chinese culture. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 2

Date & Time: Tuesday’s March 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29      6:00 – 8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese II is intended for people who’ve mastered basic Chinese conversation skills from Conversational Chinese I and would like to build on these skills. The course will help to develop your ability to use Chinese language in verbal communication. You’ll fine tune your pronunciation and learn more functional conversation skills and grammar in order to carry on more complex conversations. You’ll have many opportunities to practice using the language in a range of contexts likely to be encountered in Chinese culture. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 3

Date & Time: Wednesday’s February 5, 12, 19, 26, March 5, 12   6:00pm-8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese III is intended for people who have a basic knowledge of Chinese language. This course will build upon the vocabulary and grammar learned in basic Chinese studies. This intermediate course will help you to expand your vocabulary to incorporate more abstract terms and express more complex ideas and reasoning in Chinese. This course is intended to be a continuation of Conversational Chinese II. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 4

Date & Time: Wednesday’s March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30    6:00pm-8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese IV is intended for people who have a basic knowledge of Chinese language. This intermediate course will build upon the vocabulary and grammar learned in basic Chinese studies, and expands that vocabulary to incorporate more abstract terms and express more complex ideas and reasoning in Chinese. This course is intended to be a continuation of Conversational Chinese III. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Martial Arts

Date & Time: Monday’s March 24, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12      5:30 – 7:00pm

Description: Learn the sport of martial arts at any level, from beginner to expert. This course will teach not only the techniques of GongFu, but will also focus on expression and performance. Students will have the opportunity to study multiple disciplines: Beginner, including posture, footwork and hand forms to master the basics; Intermediate level with advanced jumping and kicking movements; Advanced level, learning combat forms of ‘Five step fist’ and ‘Long fist’; Expert level, where students will integrate weapons including the short sword and staff. This course is for all levels and will be held outdoors when weather permits.

Questions: Email: ciindy@iupui.edu

Call: 317-278-7900

COSTS

$150 per course.  6 classes in each course.  Each class is 2 hours.  Total of 12 hours of instruction per course.  Please make check payable to Confucius Institute at IUPUI and address to the location provided below.  We must receive check 3 business days prior to the start date.

LOCATION

IUPUI – Confucius Institute

425 University  Blvd., Suite 129

Indianapolis, IN 46202

REFUND POLICY

Course refunds will be made based on cancellation date.

  • Day of class or later …………………. 0%
  • Two to Six business days before class…. 50%
  • 1 week or more before class …………………………. 100%

For a course refund, call our office at (317) 278-7900. Please allow six weeks to process a check refund.

REGISTRATION LINK

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2014 Spring Non-Credit Courses

December 4th, 2013, 12:26 pm

The Confucius Institute is offering free Beginning Chinese Mandarin Classes at the Confucius Institute for IUPUI Faculty and Staff.  We will be having our first class on Tuesday October 8th at the Confucius Institute in Cavanaugh Hall in Room 129 from 12:00pm-12:45pm.  Space is limited on a first come first serve basis (12 people), so rsvp to ciindy@iupui.edu as soon as you can.  Below are the class dates.

Tuesday’s from 12 to 12:45pm

October 8, 15, 22, 29

November 5, 12, 19, 26

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Free Beginning Chinese for IUPUI Faculty/Staff

October 1st, 2013, 2:19 pm

Test

Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK)

The new HSK test was launched by Hanban in an effort to better serve Chinese language learners. The test is the result of coordinated efforts by the experts from different disciplines including Chinese language teaching, linguistics, psychology and educational measurement. The new exam combines the advantages of the original HSK while taking into consideration the recent trends in Chinese language training by conducting surveys and making use of the latest findings in international language testing.

HSK

Start Enrollment – October/14/2013

End Enrollment – November/4/2013

Test Date – Dec/1/2013 (in Indianapolis at IUPUI)

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HSK TEST December 2013

October 1st, 2013, 2:17 pm

Fall 2013 Culture Hour

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2013 Fall Culture Hour

September 17th, 2013, 1:34 pm

Dates
May 16, 2014 – June 14, 2014

Costs

  • Program Fee (est.) (includes tuition and lodging at SYSU, tours, and the Confucius Institute’s administrative fee): $2,100
  • Airfare (est.): $1700
  • Study Abroad administrative fee: $76.50
  • Health insurance: $30
  • Total cost (est.): $3,906.50

Program Description
Open to students (with or without prior knowledge of Chinese language) from IUPUI, other Indiana University campuses, Purdue University or Indianapolis Urban Consortium schools
4 transferred credits
Three-week classes in Chinese language and culture at Sun Yat-sen University in China
One-week trip to Xi’an and Beijing to see the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors and other significant sites
Scholarships
Scholarships offered up to $1500 through the Confucius Institute at IUPUI
Application
Application form available at http://abroad.iupui.edu or contact Study Abroad Office at abroad@iupui.edu (317) 274-2081
For more information contact Haixia Zhao at haixzhao@iupui.edu (317) 278-7906

Deadline to Apply – Friday February 28, 2014

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Video of 2013 Study Abroad Program

Photos of study abroad at SYSU 2011

Photos of study abroad at SYSU 2010

Video of study abroad at SYSU 2010

Photos of study abroad at SYSU 2009

Video of study abroad at SYSU 2009

Photos of study abroad at SYSU 2008

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2014 Summer Study Abroad Program in China

August 15th, 2013, 9:35 am

Mandarin Chinese is the standard and most widely spoken dialect of the Chinese language. As such, Mandarin Chinese is essential for Americans interested in doing business, vacationing, or studying in China. As Chinese businesses, tourists, and scholars travel to the United States in growing numbers, Americans are also finding Mandarin Chinese very useful here at home.

Join us for practical and enjoyable courses in Mandarin Chinese. All courses meet one session per week and are held in the Confucius Institute in Suite 129 at the IUPUI Campus, except as noted.

2013 Fall Non-Credit Courses (open to public)

Martial Arts

Date & Time: Wednesdays October 9, 16, 23, 30 November 6, 13, 20, 27 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Description: Learn the sport of martial arts at any level, from beginner to expert. This course will teach not only the techniques of GongFu, but will also focus on expression and performance. Students will have the opportunity to study multiple disciplines: Beginner, including posture, footwork and hand forms to master the basics; Intermediate level with advanced jumping and kicking movements; Advanced level, learning combat forms of ‘Five step fist’ and ‘Long fist’; Expert level, where students will integrate weapons including the short sword and staff. This course is for all levels and will be held outdoors when weather permits.

Conversational Chinese 1

Date & Time: Monday’s September 23, 30, October 7, 14, 21, 28    6:00 – 8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese I is intended for beginners and focuses on developing the student’s ability to use Chinese language in verbal communication. You’ll learn Chinese pronunciation, the most essential and useful conversational sentences and simple grammar in order to carry on basic conversations. You’ll have many opportunities to practice using the language in a range of contexts likely to be encountered in Chinese culture. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 2

Date & Time: Monday’s November 4, 11, 18, 25, December 2, 9      6:00 – 8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese II is intended for people who’ve mastered basic Chinese conversation skills from Conversational Chinese I and would like to build on these skills. The course will help to develop your ability to use Chinese language in verbal communication. You’ll fine tune your pronunciation and learn more functional conversation skills and grammar in order to carry on more complex conversations. You’ll have many opportunities to practice using the language in a range of contexts likely to be encountered in Chinese culture. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 3 – Cancelled

Date & Time: Wednesday’s September 25, October 9, 16, 23, 30   6:00pm-8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese III is intended for people who have a basic knowledge of Chinese language. This course will build upon the vocabulary and grammar learned in basic Chinese studies. This intermediate course will help you to expand your vocabulary to incorporate more abstract terms and express more complex ideas and reasoning in Chinese. This course is intended to be a continuation of Conversational Chinese II. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

Conversational Chinese 4

Date & Time: Wednesday’s November 6, 13, 20, 27 December 4, 11    6:00pm-8:00pm

Description: Conversational Chinese IV is intended for people who have a basic knowledge of Chinese language. This intermediate course will build upon the vocabulary and grammar learned in basic Chinese studies, and expands that vocabulary to incorporate more abstract terms and express more complex ideas and reasoning in Chinese. This course is intended to be a continuation of Conversational Chinese III. Parking is the student’s responsibility.

TO ENROLL

Non-Credit Form

Questions: Email: ciindy@iupui.edu

Call: 317-278-7900

COSTS

$150 per course.  6 classes in each course.  Each class is 2 hours.  Total of 12 hours of instruction per course.

LOCATION

IUPUI – Confucius Institute

425 University  Blvd., Suite 129

Indianapolis, IN 46202

REFUND POLICY

Course refunds will be made based on cancellation date.

  • Day of class or later …………………. 0%
  • Two to Six business days before class…. 50%
  • 1 week or more before class …………………………. 100%

For a course refund, call our office at (317) 278-7900. Please allow six weeks to process a check refund.

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2013 Fall Non-Credit Chinese Courses (open to public)

August 14th, 2013, 9:03 am

Teacher Workshop Registration Form

Itinerary

 workshop save the date

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2013 CHINESE TEACHER WORKSHOP

June 12th, 2013, 1:54 pm

Video of 2013 Confucius Institute 5th Year Anniversary

The Confucius Institute in Indianapolis celebrated its fifth anniversary by doing what it has done since 2007: offering programs for Hoosiers that provide a window into China.

The weeklong celebration, which began April 22, includes three Chinese films, a reception, followed by student performances and a symposium, “China in Africa: A New Model of International Development?” co-sponsored by the institute and the Sagamore Institute.

performance 5 year

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Confucius Institute 5th Anniversary

April 25th, 2013, 3:42 pm

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