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The Chinese University of Hong Kong

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

CUHK Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 300students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • +852 3943 6727
  • Fax
  • +852 2603 7262
  • Address
  • Yale-China Chinese Language Centre The Chinese University of Hong Kong Fong Shu Chuen Building Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong, SAR

Options

  • Urban
  • On-Campus Dorm/residence
  • Off-campus Residence
  • University-based Program

Why This School?

  • - Oral proficiency-oriented
    - Small classes, around 20
    - Wide spectrum of language activities and student support
    - World-class university

About the  CUHK Yale-China Chinese Language Centre

  • Founded in 1963 under the joint auspices of New Asia College and the Yale-China Association, the Centre became part of the Chinese University in 1974 and has been responsible for the teaching of one language education (Putonghua and Cantonese) of University students as well as other Putonghua and Cantonese learners. Courses are offered in two different series namely (i) for non-native speakers and (ii) for native speakers of Chinese. All the series have different levels to meet the needs and aptitude of students. At least half of the programmes in the Centre are not funded by a public source. The Chinese Language and Culture Hong Kong Foundation supports and implements programme activities which facilitate sustainable development of the Yale-China Chinese Language Centre (CLC) as part of the University. With private donations and matching funds from institutions and governmental agencies (if available), the foundation will eventually provide continuing support for programmes and activities that serve its noble aim.

About the  The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • The Office of Academic Links (OAL) is part of CUHK's commitment to international education. It is responsible for developing and managing academic partnerships with institutions outside of Hong Kong. OAL provides supporting services to staff and students engaging in academic exchange activities including staff and student exchange programmes, and joint teaching and research initiatives. It promotes international education through coordination of student exchange programmes and administration of the International Asian Studies Programme. 
    Today the University has over 150 student exchange partners in 23 countries and more than 400 students from around the world are on exchange at CUHK. Each year, there are approximately 130 exchange students studying Putonghua and Cantonese in CLC.

Course Information

  • Curriculum : Cantonese:
    It is the most widely used in China's major languages ​​and the development of the Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Cantonese dialects. Long indigenization and ancient Chinese culture and the number of connection points, as well as the excitement and importance of Cantonese, comes from the impact of the considerable harm to the Asia-Pacific popular culture of each country.
     
    Curriculum:
    The CLC Chinese University of Hong Kong Chinese garden, intended for non-native speakers only in Hong Kong, it offers a full-time course of China typical college-level. In the courses, each three hours a day, five days a week, held each semester, there is three type of education certificate.

    The course is offered year-round with sessions beginning January, May, September and scheduled in the morning or the afternoon with 15 lessons per week. 9:30AM~12:30PM or 1:30PM ~ 4:30PM
    The Program is offered at 6 levels of instruction;  at the level of first step - An intensive programme for beginning students of Cantonese which lays a foundation for further studies focusing on the Chinese language, with emphasis on oral proficiency and aural comprehension. Students will be exposed to over 800 basic Cantonese terms based on approximately 400 Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the second level - for students who have completed PTH level I or with equivalent competence in Cantonese , emphasizing oral skills and listening comprehension, with more exposure to basic structural points. Students will be exposed to more elementary and intermediate terms and expressions in Cantonese based on approximately 300 additional Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the third level - for students who have completed level II or with equivalent competence in Cantonese. This course is designed to improve students' language skills through reading and discussion of many aspects of Chinese society with emphasis on communicative ability. Students will be exposed to a wide range of terms and expressions based on approximately 200 additional Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the Fourth level - Level 4 is regarded as advanced level. The programme follows a proficiency-oriented, task-based approach focusing on communication ability in speaking but covering other major skills in listening, reading and writing, especially in areas that are closely related to speaking, such as communication in professional situations and advanced communication skills.

    At the fifth&Six level - Level 5 and 6 are regarded as advanced to professional level. The programme follows a proficiency-oriented, task-based approach focusing on communication ability in speaking but covering other major skills in listening, reading and writing, especially in areas that are closely related to speaking, such as topical communication, professional communication skills and sector-specific training
     
    9:30(AM) ~ 12:20(PM) or 1:30(PM)~4:20(PM)

Course Information

Class size 15 Students Schedule 12, 24, 52 Weeks
Course Level 6 level VISA Info Acceptance letter issue
Minimum age 16 Accommodation On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-09-16 ~ 2021-12-17
Apply by ( 2021-08-14 )
2021-06-01 ~ 2021-08-18
Apply by ( 2021-05-03 )
2021-01-21 ~ 2021-04-30
Apply by ( 2020-12-21 )

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (HKD)$ 1,600123123
Tuition
Course Schedule Fees
2021-09-16 ~ 2021-12-17(HKD)$ 27,500
2021-06-01 ~ 2021-08-18(HKD)$ 27,500
2021-01-21 ~ 2021-04-30(HKD)$ 27,900

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
1 semester (HKD)$ 15,000
2 semester (HKD)$ 30,000
3 semester (HKD)$ 60,000

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup (HKD)$ 400
Other Charges (HKD)$ 1,000    Detail

Remarks / Other Information

  • * Dates and Fees are approximate and may change without prior notice.

Course Information

  • Curriculum : Mandarin:
    It is the word standard of mainland China with a population of more than one billion people currently are using, as the official language, standard language has been recognized as an important language as the English. With the increase in opportunities for profits for China's economic development and China, learning Chinese standard worldwide is accepted as a phenomenon inevitable, it has been selected as a compulsory subject for students from many countries already You.
     
    Curriculum:
    The CLC Chinese University of Hong Kong Chinese garden, intended for non-native speakers only in Hong Kong, it offers a full-time course of China typical college-level. In the courses, each three hours a day, five days a week, held each semester, there is three type of education certificate..
     

    The course is offered year-round with sessions beginning January, May, September and scheduled in the morning or the afternoon with 15 lessons per week. 9:30AM~12:30PM or 1:30PM ~ 4:30PM
    The Program is offered at 6 levels of instruction;  at the level of first step - An intensive programme for beginning students of Putonghua which lays a foundation for further studies focusing on the Chinese language, with emphasis on oral proficiency and aural comprehension. Students will be exposed to over 800 basic Putonghua terms based on approximately 400 Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the second level - for students who have completed PTH level I or with equivalent competence in Putonghua, emphasizing oral skills and listening comprehension, with more exposure to basic structural points. Students will be exposed to more elementary and intermediate terms and expressions in Putonghua based on approximately 300 additional Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the third level - for students who have completed level II or with equivalent competence in Putonghua. This course is designed to improve students' language skills through reading and discussion of many aspects of Chinese society with emphasis on communicative ability. Students will be exposed to a wide range of terms and expressions based on approximately 200 additional Chinese characters. Coursework will include some written exercises to help consolidate speaking ability.

    At the Fourth level - Level 4 is regarded as advanced level. The programme follows a proficiency-oriented, task-based approach focusing on communication ability in speaking but covering other major skills in listening, reading and writing, especially in areas that are closely related to speaking, such as communication in professional situations and advanced communication skills.

    At the fifth&Six level - Level 5 and 6 are regarded as advanced to professional level. The programme follows a proficiency-oriented, task-based approach focusing on communication ability in speaking but covering other major skills in listening, reading and writing, especially in areas that are closely related to speaking, such as topical communication, professional communication skills and sector-specific training
     
    9:30(AM) ~ 12:20(PM) or 1:30(PM)~4:20(PM)

Course Information

Class size 15 Students Schedule 12, 24, 52 Weeks
Course Level 6 levels VISA Info Acceptance letter issue
Minimum age 18 Accommodation On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-09-16 ~ 2021-12-17
Apply by ( 2021-08-16 )
2021-06-01 ~ 2021-08-18
Apply by ( 2021-05-01 )
2021-01-21 ~ 2021-04-30
Apply by ( 2020-12-21 )

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (HKD)$ 1,600123123
Tuition
Course Schedule Fees
2021-09-16 ~ 2021-12-17(HKD)$ 27,500
2021-06-01 ~ 2021-08-18(HKD)$ 27,500
2021-01-21 ~ 2021-04-30(HKD)$ 27,500

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
1 semester (HKD)$ 15,000
2 semester (HKD)$ 30,000
3 semester (HKD)$ 60,000

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup (HKD)$ 400
Other Charges (HKD)$ 1,000    Detail

Remarks / Other Information

  • * Dates and Fees are approximate and may change without prior notice.

Location


Accommodation

  •  1. On-campus dormitory
    (Summer only). Booking through CLC only.
    The I-House is an apartment-like hostel for undergraduate students. The diversified resident composition, with local students, mainland students and overseas exchange students each forming one-third of the resident population, provides students with abundant opportunities to have cross-cultural communication and exposure. With the various recreational and learning activities and the home-like atmosphere, I-House is a unique hostel experience for students.I-House 1 & 2 are located in the north-western part of the campus, opposite to the Hang Seng Hall of United College.
    2. CUHK off campus accommodation network
    Only opened to those who already enrolled students
    3. Horizon Suite Hotel
    (10 minutes by mini-van from CUHK, with full-fledged of facilities).

Surrounding Area

  • Situated at the south-eastern tip of China, with a total area of just under 1,100 square kilometers, it covers Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories geographically compact, with plentiful taxis and excellent public transportation, travel is generally quick and easy. For long-staying visitors, an "Octopus" stored value card will be useful. It allows travel on the MTR, KCR, Light Rail, some outlying ferry services, cross-harbour and city buses, and the Airport Express.

Facilities

  • There are 7 libraries, 25,000 computer network ports,1 swimming pool (50m), 2 sports fields (with running tracks and soccer pitch), 13 tennis courts, 8 squash courts, 3 indoor gymnasiums, 5 games rooms, 1 water sports center, 4 fitness rooms, 6 outdoor playgrounds, 1 basketball practice court, 1 archery practical range.

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FAQ Questions

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Image 2016-10-04 14:16:21

まりな

短期コースについて
Q、こちらの学校は夏休みだけとかの短期コースはありますか?

A、はい。ございます。
3~6週間の夏休み集中コースがございます。
授業は香港中文大学の専門的な訓練を受けた講師が担当し、1クラス23人以下のクラスです。
又、同じレベルの学生が4~6人がひとつのグループとなり、オリエンテーションや
言語活動、口頭練習、日帰り見学など様々な活動を行います。



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  • Classquality

  • Review (4)
  • School Facility, atmosphere

  • Review (5)
  • Faculty&school's counselor

  • Review (3)
  • Outdoor Activity

  • Review (4)
  • Accommodation quality

  • Review (3)

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Image 2016-10-04 14:30:19

土屋

大学の施設内にあるので綺麗です^^

大学の食堂なども使えて、
食費などを抑えることができます。
授業は、会話とリスニングに重点を置いていると思います。
ペアやグループになっての練習が多かったです。
クラスの人数は少ない方ではありませんでした。
私はルームシェアで暮らしていましたが、
合う合わないはあるとおもいますが、文化の差などを知れて
楽しかったです。

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