Course guidelines for SECOND SEMESTER 2021
The UJCI has released amended course guidelines for the online teaching of Mandarin for the second semester of 2021 from 2-3 August to 10-11 November. The courses will comprise accredited online courses in Basic Mandarin and Intermediate Mandarin open to UJ students only, and online HSK Chinese language proficiency courses open to all, including UJ students and staff. The guidelines contain detailed information about the courses, the timetables, as well as application and registration procedures.
APPLY before the end of july !
The application period for the accredited courses in Basic Mandarin and Intermediate Mandarin will start on 19 July, and close on 31 July. The application period for the HSK proficiency courses has opened, and will also close on 31 July. To download the UJCI’s application and registration guidelines, including live links for the application and registration procedures, click on the button below.
Join our WhatsApp groups !
We have launched two WhatsApp groups in order to assist our students with information about our Mandarin courses and other activities, and also to provide essential teaching and other material. To join the WhatsApp groups, click on the buttons below:
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ENCOUNTERS WITH CHINA
COURSES AND PROGRAMMES
Why study Mandarin?
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Bursaries to study in China
Advanced students in Mandarin at the UJCI are eligible for bursaries enabling them to further their studies in China. Read more >>
Courses in Mandarin
The UJCI offers accredited courses in Basic Mandarin, Intermediate Mandarin, Advanced Mandarin, as well as courses in HSK Mandarin I – V. Read more >>