Once a student’s place is determined, he or she will progress through the language units in a designated stream. At each level, students have the alternative to enrol in an intensive in-country program as part of their stream component (see ‘Intensive In-Country Chinese Program’ below).
In addition to the compulsory language units, students may also enrol in a number of electives, including Chinese Media Studies, Chinese Professional Language Internship, Understanding Modern and Contemporary China, and Chinese Translationas part of their major in Chinese.
Further information about compulsory and elective units that can count towards a Chinese langauge sequence can be found in the Chinese language handbook entry.
- The Chinese Studies Program conducts diagnostic placement tests to ensure that new students who have studied Chinese before enrol at the level most appropriate for their current language proficiency. Students with no previous Chinese language background, students unable to read or write any Chinese or students who have completed at least three years of Chinese ... Read more
- The School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics expects students majoring in a language to take (at least) one school-wide elective as part of their major sequence. The school-wide electives are listed below. Some programs may consider some of these options of particular relevance and will advise students accordingly. Second and third year options available as school-wide ... Read more
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- Chinese Introductory 1 & 2 Mr Scott Grant, phone 9905 5365 email: email@example.com Chinese Intermediate 1 & 2 Dr Robert Irving, phone 9905 2227 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Chinese Proficient 1 & 2 Dr Lijun Bi, phone 9905 8132 email: email@example.com Chinese Advanced 1 & 2 Dr Hui Huang, phone 9905 2211 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Chinese Advanced 3 & 4 Ms Hui Xu phone 9905 2954 email: email@example.com Chinese Advanced 5 & 6 Ms Hui Xu phone 9905 2954 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Read more