Duration: One semester or more
Begin: Early September (Fall semester),
Late February (Spring semester)
Class hour：From Monday to Friday, from 8:30 to 11:45, 20 class hours per week (1 class hour = 45 minutes)
Application Deadline: Jan. 10th (Spring semester), July 31st (Fall semester)
18 - 55 years old, with valid foreign passport
The standard Chinese language program is designed for students who want to know more about Chinese culture and improve their Chinese language skills.The classes stress the equal importance of listening, speaking, reading and writing Chinese in order to lay a solid foundation for students on the basis of practicality.
Time of class: From Mon. to Fri., 20 class hours a week(45min/class hour)
|You will learn Chinese phonetics, tones, basic words, grammar, and sentence structure.||40 Lessons for Basic Chinese course I|
|Elementary||1-3,1-4,1-5||Explore the cultural differences between China and your home country in the classroom. A deeper understanding of the culture will rapidly improve your understanding of how Chinese is used in real life.||40 Lessons for Basic Chinese course II|
|Well on the way to fluency in Chinese. The skills and knowledge gained through teacher driven interactive classes will enable you to process conversation without having to translate back to your native tongue in your head first.||Developing Chinese|
|Advanced||3-1,3-2||Drastic improvements to your ability to understand the written word; from newspaper articles to contemporary Chinese prose. Idiomatically astute you can converse on a wide range of topics without language or cultural barriers.||Developing Chinese|
|8：30-10：00 am||Intensive Reading||Spoken Chinese||Listening Comprehension||Intensive Reading||Spoken Chinese|
|10：00-10：15 am||Class break|
|10：15-11：45 am||Intensive Reading||Spoken Chinese||Listening Comprehension||Intensive Reading||Spoken Chinese|
1. Apply online:The online application system is open from October 1 to January 10 (spring semester), from March 1 to July 31 (fall semester)
2. You can come to the International Student Office to apply if you are in Shanghai or mail all the above application documents to firstname.lastname@example.org if you cannot come in person.
The application documents and application fee will not be returned no matter you are accepted or not.
Account Name: EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Account No.: 446872907745
Bank Name: BANK OF CHINA SHANGHAI BRANCH
SWIFT Code.: BKCHCNBJ300
Address: 200 MID YINCHENG ROAD, PUDONG AREA, SHANGHAI, CHINA
Please indicate that the bill is for “Application Fee”and applicant’s passport name.
Add: Room 236 International Students Office, Physics Building, East China Normal University
Zip code: 200062
Tel: +86-21-62231997 +86-21-62233283
Room 253 International Students Office, Physics Building,
East China Normal University, 3663 North Zhongshan Road, Shanghai, China
Global Education Center
International Student Office