A centre of education excellence
The Confucius Institute is a centre of education excellence for Australian companies wishing to do business in China, the general public who has an interest in Chinese language and culture, and for Chinese companies and executives working in Australia.
With support from the the University of Melbourne, the Chinese Government, the State Government of Victoria, and the Yulgilbar Foundation the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne is now open for business.
The Institute conducts:
- Chinese language classes (all levels)
- In-house language and Cross-Cultural training - Strategy, Human Resources, Marketing, Management, Legal and Financial issues
- Market research focus groups
- Cultural events
Broaden your skills and knowledge on China, Chinese business, language and culture with the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne.
Students of the Confucius Institute can access a wealth of online learning materials through our Global Headquarters.
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Australia China Connections
Australia China Connections is published bi-monthly by Connections Publications Pty Ltd. It is the official journal of the Australian China Business Council. Current and perspective students of the Confucius Institute have been offered a discount rate of $55.00 for annual subscription.
australia-china young professionals initiative
The Australia-China Young Professionals Initiative is the premier platform for young professionals to engage with the most significant issues of the bilateral relationship, gain insight from leaders in business, government and academia, and connect with peers from various industries with a common interest in Australia-China relations. Confucius Institute students are welcome to join ACYPI events, which are held regularly in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Shanghai and Beijing. Visit www.acypi.org.au.
2013 University Hanyu Qiao
On 11 May Confucius Institute hosted the annual University Chinese Bridge Competition. The event showcased Victoria's best Chinese speaking talent, and was attended by His Excellency Consul- General (PRC), Shi Weiqiang; Education Consul (PRC) Madame Guo Xiaojuan; and University of Melbourne Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) Simon Evans. Read more about the event.
Upcoming Event! The US 'Rebalance' to the Asia-Pacific
Asialink, The U.S. Consulate General, The U.S. Studies Centre, ACBC and Confucius Institute are proud to present: Bonnie Glaser, Senior Adviser for Asia, Freeman Chair in China Studies and Senior Associate, Pacific Forum, Centre for Strategic and International Studies in conversation with Dr Pradeep Taneja of the School of Social and Political Science, University of Melbourne. Promoting good U.S. relations with China, as well as between China and the rest of the region, are key pillars of the US "Rebalance" policy.
Weekly Conversation Salon
When: Every Friday, commencing 3 May 1-2pm
Attend in person: at 172 Bouverie St Carlton Join via Skype: Username: CI.UoM
This session is open to existing CI students only. More info.
2013 Chinese Language and Culture weekly classes
Chinese Language Courses
- Chinese 1A - 6B (Beginner to Intermediate)
- Chinese Intermediate (Upper Intermediate)
- Chinese Advanced
Chinese Cultural Programs:
- Tai Chi: Lunch time health and wellbeing classes
- Chinese Painting
- Chinese Calligraphy
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Course enquiries: Lianying Hao: 03 9035 8204 firstname.lastname@example.org
Course payments can be made through the Asialink e-cart.
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