Professional Diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture (Level 8, Pathway to M.A.)

In Degree Programmes By Super User / Jun 16, 2020

  Programme Overview This course is designed to meet the growing demands of Chinese teaching and learning in schools in Ireland. For teachers who have already mastered the pedagogy in Irish schools but do not have sufficient knowledge of Chinese language and culture, this course will provide them with the opportunity to develop and enhance their competence in teaching Chinese language and culture in schools. (e.g. Junior Cycle Short Course in Chinese Language and Culture and/or Transition Year Chinese Culture and Language Studies.) Any teachers who are qualified to teach in schools in Ireland, or who are interested in working in a relevant area and have passed the entry examination for this course held by Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD are eligible to apply for this course. Please note: Qualification requirements for teaching Leaving Certificate Mandarin Chinese will be determined by Teaching Council of Ireland. Please see www.teachingcouncil.ie for more informaiton. Duration 1 year part-time Qualification Awarded For the students who have successfully completed the programme, an award GPA is calculated and a professional diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture in School is awarded. Awarding Institution/Body Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD in conjunction with UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Entry requirements This programme is designed for those who hold a teaching qualification for teaching in secondary schools or who are interested in working in a relevant area and have passed the entry examination which is equivalent to Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) level 2 or above and grasp 300 Chinese characters (click below to see details). All applicants who meet these criteria are eligible for consideration for an offer. Fees €3,095 Scholarships Students can apply for the scholarship provided by the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) which will partially cover your tuition fees. Curriculum This one-year part time course comprises three modules: Teaching Chinese Language and Culture I (semester 1) Teaching Chinese Language and Culture II (semester 2) Chinese Teaching Methodology and Practice I (semester 3)

M.A. in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture

In Degree Programmes By Super User / Jun 16, 2020

  Programme Overview This course is designed to meet the growing demand for teaching Chinese language and culture in Irish post primary schools. For teachers who have already mastered the pedagogy in Irish schools but do not have sufficient knowledge of Chinese language and culture, this course will provide them with the opportunity to develop and enhance their competence in teaching Chinese language and culture in schools.(e.g. Junior Cycle Short Course in Chinese Language and Culture and/or Transition Year Chinese Culture and Language Studies.) Please note: Qualification requirements for teaching Leaving Certificate Mandarin Chinese will be determined by Teaching Council of Ireland. Please see www.teachingcouncil.ie for more informaiton. Duration One-year full-time or two-year part-time (Level 9, 90 ECT credits). Qualification Awarded For the students who have successfully completed the programme, an award GPA is calculated and a MA in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture is awarded. Awarding Institution/Body Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD in conjunction with UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland. Entry requirements a nationally recognised teaching qualification as set out by the Irish Teaching Council AND a qualification, such as the UCD (Level 8) Professional Diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture, AND Chinese language proficiency at upper intermediate level. or a 2H1 honours degree at Level 8 (or equivalent) in Chinese Studies or other relevant subject area AND Chinese language proficiency at upper intermediate level. Fees EU Full Time Fee €7,315 EU Part Time Fee €4,390 Scholarships Students can apply for the scholarship provided by the Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban) which will partially cover their tuition fees. Curriculum This is a new Masters pathway programme with three exits: Upon completing 40 credits students will be awarded 'Graduate Certificate in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture' (Level 9). Upon completing 70 students will be awarded 'Graduate Diploma in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture' (Level 9). Upon completing 90 credits, students will be awarded 'MA in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture' (Level 9). Course Details Year One (Part-time) Code Title Credit CHN40080 Teaching Chinese Language and Culture 3 10 CHN40090 Teaching Chinese Language and Culture 4 10 CHN40100 Chinese Teaching Methodology 2 10 CHN40110 Teacher's Training in China 10    Year Two (Part-time) Code Title Credit CHN40060 Teaching Chinese Language and Culture 5 10 CHN40010 Teaching Chinese Language and Culture 6 10 CHN40120 Chinese Teaching Methodology 3 10 CHN40130 Project on Teaching Chinese 20   Contact Programme coordinator: Dr Lan Li, 

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Law & Chinese

In Degree Programmes By Super User / Apr 26, 2014

For degree and diploma courses related to Chinese studies at UCD please contact the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD: LawandChinese                  http://www.ucd.ie/china/law-and-chinese.html   The Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD offers degree programmes in collaboration with the UCD Sutherland School of Law.  The Law & Chinese Studies allows you to:  •undertake a degree in Irish law, whilst simultaneously acquiring a broad knowledge of Chinese law and a very high level of competence in Mandarin and Chinese legal terminology •gain comparative insights which inform an enhanced critical perspective on Irish law •spend your third year at a university in Beijing, China (Renmin University of China or China University of Political Science and Law). This 4-year Bachelor degree provides students with an in-depth understanding of broad areas of law including Chinese law, as well as an intermediate/advanced level of competence in Modern Standard Chinese (Mandarin). Enrolment for this programme will begin in 2014/2015. More details 

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BComm with Chinese Studies

In Degree Programmes By Super User / Apr 1, 2014

For degree and diploma courses related to Chinese studies at UCD please contact the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD: B.CommwithChinese:    http://www.ucd.ie/china/bcomm-with-chinese.html         The Irish Institute for China Studies at UCD Offers this degree programme in conjunction with UCD Quinn School of Business.  Apart from language modules, other Chinese relevant modules are also provided.  Bachelor of Commerce (International)  Combine Business with knowledge of Chinese language and culture Spend Year 3 abroad in top universities in China studying Chinese and Business Superb career opportunities  This is a 4-year Bachelor of Commerce (International) programme, providing you with competent background in Chinese language and business culture for you to pursue a career in international business, especially with Chinese.     Modules provided by the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD    Stage 1 BCHN10030  ChineseLanguage Experience I  BCHN10070  ElementaryWritten Chinese II BCHN10080  ElementarySpoken Chinese II BCHN10100  Chinese Culture (ELECTIVE)  BCHN10200  ContemporaryChinese Society (ELECTIVE)   Stage 2 BCHN20210  IntermediateWritten Chinese I BCHN20010  IntermediateSpoken Chinese I BCHN20220  IntermediateWritten Chinese III BCHN20020  IntermediateSpoken Chinese III BCHN20100  Chinese Politics and Media (ELECTIVE)  BCHN20230  Chinese Law (ELECTIVE)   Stage 3 BCHN30210  Enhancing Chinese Language    Stage 4 BCHN30030  Business Chinese I  BCHN30040  Business Chinese II  BCHN30050  Advanced Chinese I (ELECTIVE)  BCHN30060  Advanced Chinese II (ELECTIVE)  BCHN30070  Doing Business in China  BCHN30080  Chinese Economy      Details  BComm Introduction

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