Details for Various Levels

Various Levels
of Chinese Language Courses in USP—Emalus Campus
Various Levels of Chinese Language Courses in USP—Emalus Campus
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USP Credit Course (LL181, LL282, LL381, L382)
Two 2-hour class sessions plus one 1-hour tutorial. 5 hours per week. Refer to the USP
Calendar 2018 for the course details and fee schedule. (Details can be read from the website:
www.usp.ac.fj/ci and
Facebook)
USP
Credit Course (LL181, LL282, LL381, L382)

Two 2-hour class sessions plus one 1-hour tutorial. 5 hours per week. Refer to the USP Calendar
Chinese Courses for Social Students
2018 for theStart
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Chinese Courses for kids
Start from August 18, 2018. 14 weeks. Once a week. Two periods each time. VT7,000.

Chinese Courses for Social Students
Start
fromContent:
July 23, 2018. 17 weeks. 2 hours per week. ≤ 15 students. VT11,200.
Teaching
1. To learn Chinese daily conversation, grammar, characters, in order to better communicate with
Chinese;
Chinese Courses for kids
2. To experience and understand rich Chinese culture, such as tea culture and food culture, etc.

Start from August 18, 2018. 14 weeks. Once a week. Two periods each time. VT7,000.
Expected Results:

1. A certificate indicating language levels of Chinese will be issued upon completion of the
Teaching Content:
course. daily conversation, grammar, characters, in order to better communicate with
1. To learn Chinese
2. Students can choose to attend an internationally recognized Chinese language proficiency test
Chinese; (HSK). Please consult CC for detailed information.
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students will be rich
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to China
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scholarships.
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as tea
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Application Forms can be downloaded from the website: www.usp.ac.fj/ci or obtained from the

Expected Results:
Student Administrative Services (SASS) of USP Emalus Campus.
1. A certificate indicating language levels of Chinese will be issued upon completion of the course.
The beginning day of each class (First come first served)
2. Students Due
can Date:
choose
to attend an internationally recognized Chinese language proficiency test
(HSK). Please
consult
Contact
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Naomi Bolenga
naomi.bolenga@vanuatu.usp.ac.fj
Tel:China
22748 -119;
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or Chinese scholarships.
Application Forms can be downloaded from the website: www.usp.ac.fj/ci or obtained from the
Student Administrative Services (SASS) of USP Emalus Campus.
Due Date: The beginning day of each class (First come first served)
Contact Us:
Ms. Naomi Bolenga Email: naomi.bolenga@vanuatu.usp.ac.fj Tel: 22748 -119;
Ms. Xiaoshi Wang, Email: Xiaoshi.wang@usp.ac.fj; Mr.Zhendong Wang, Email: wang.zhendong@
vanuatu.usp.ac.fj;
Website: www.usp.ac.fj/ci Facebook: Confucius Institute at the University of the South Pacific

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