China Study Tour

 

The Confucius Institute Emerging Leaders Study Program 2020

 

This program is open to any student or young professional that are non-Chinese nationals. You do not need to be a student of the University of Melbourne or have studied Chinese previously to join.

To show your interest in this Study Program, please click here and register an Expressions of Interest.

 

For further information, please contact Mr Bo Hu at bo.hu1@unimelb.edu.au or call 90358204.

 

 

PAST TOURS

 

The Confucius Institute Emerging Leaders Study Program 2018

24 November - 6 December, 2018

The Confucius Institute Emerging Leaders Study Program is a fantastic opportunity for students and young professionals (35 years and under) to learn about Chinese language, culture and the modern Chinese economy through a Nanjing University language short-course and business visits. This tour included a number of business visits, briefings and cultural activities, as well as visits to Beijing, the capital city of China, Nanjing, China’s ancient capital and place of one of China’s Top 5 Universities (Nanjing University) and Shanghai, the international financial and commercial centre of China. 

Highlights included:

  1. Intensive Chinese language course
  2. Business networking event with EMBA students
  3. Business briefings at the Australian Embassy and Austcham

 


China Arts Study Program 2018

22 September - 2 October 2018

art tour 2018

The Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne partnered with Asia Education Foundation to provide the China Arts Study Program in 2015. It offered a fantastic opportunity to learn about Chinese art and culture through a ten-day study program to Shanghai, Hangzhou and Beijing. The program was led by accomplished Chinese-Australian Calligraphy and Painting Master, Mr. Xu Huawen. 

Highlights included:

1. Visit to the Shanghai Ballet School

2. Engaging with local artists

3. High-end gallery tours

 


Confucius Thought for School Leadership - China Study Program 2015

16 - 27 October 2015

Asia Education Foundation and the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne partnered to bring a unique study program for school leaders.  

Accompanied by Ms Julia Gong, the Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne, participants spent time in four key locations – Beijing, Qufu, Nanjing and Shanghai – to understand contemporary China and future impact on world affairs and education with an historic context.  Participants shared their leadership experience with peers in China during a leadership forum, and gained a deeper understanding of the Confucius thought on school leadership. Participants met with the Australian Education International and Austrade staff to expand knowledge of Australia-China bilateral relations and the importance of educational linkages. The group also took the high speed train to Qufu, home of the Confucius Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Qufu is famously known as the birthplace of Confucius. 

 

Confucius Institute Art and Cultural Tour 2014

The 2014 Confucius Institute Art Study Tour offers a fantastic opportunity to learn about Chinese arts and culture through a ten day study tour to Shanghai, Suzhou and Beijing, led by accomplished Chinese-Australian painter Mr. Xu Huawen. The tour will include gallery visits, exchanges with local artists and a visit to the Shanghai Ballet School. The tour is open to anyone with an interest in the arts or Chinese culture. You do not need to be enrolled at the University of Melbourne or have studied Chinese arts previously to join this tour.

 

Confucius Institute Student and Alumni Study Tour 2013 

The 2013 Confucius Institute Study Tour offers a fantastic opportunity for CI students, alumni, family and friends to put their existing Chinese skills into practice, as well as extending their abilities through a one week intensive Nanjing University language course. The tour includes a number of cultural activities and sightseeing trips in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai.