The deadline for applications from full time students in the University of Edinburgh for Chinese Government Scholarship places for 2013-14 is Monday 18th March.
The scholarship covers registration, tuition, comprehensive medical insurance and accommodation. Successful applicants will only have to pay their own airfares to China.
This two stage process requires applicants completion and submission via an ... Read more
Event Date: 21/03/2013
As China and the world grapple with the emergence of the world`s soon to be largest economy this debate, initiated by SCEN, will take stock of where China is and where it might get to. This question is key to those with a serious interest in international politics and economics, and China.
This free ... Read more
The May HSK exam diet offers candidates the choice of online or offline options to secure a Chinese language proficiency certificate. The exam, which runs globally, is offered at 6 levels with level one being appropriate for students who have studied for up to 40 hours.
The online format is most suitable for those who are ... Read more
Three fourth year undergrads from the University of Edinburgh swept the boards at the 12th annual `Chinese Bridge` language competition with Meghan Ghent being awarded First Prize. In addition Edijana Obiakpani-Guest received 3rd prize and Anitra Williams was awarded best speaker.
Meghan will now go forward to represent the UK in Beijing where the global finals ... Read more
Candidates for the March HSK online exam should ensure that they have registered by 6pm on Thursday 28 February.
Registered candidates can try out the online format at the briefing workshop when there is the opportunity to take a trial online exam (which is not marked). The online exam format should suit students who are familiar ... Read more
Every Friday in March 2013, from 5pm-7pm, the Institute`s `Chinese Culture and Conversation Corner` will be held in the University`s Appleton Tower building on the mezzanine floor Room M2A.
Each corner will feature a short talk on a specific aspect of Chinese culture as shown in the programme below. English is spoken!
Friday 1st March: Have you ... Read more
Applications are now being sought for the Confucius Institute Scholarship Schemes which are open to candidates age 16-35. If you are currently in post teaching Chinese the upper age limit is extended to 45.
CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIPS 2013
The deadline for submission of applications to the Confucius Institute for Scotland is Monday 15th April 2013.
There are ... Read more
For the second year in a row, the Institute`s Chinese calligraphy and brush painting teacher, Chi Zhang, MSC BA, has had one of his Chinese artworks selected for the prestigious Visual Arts Scotland 2013 Annual Exhibition in the Royal Scottish Academy.
His brush painting entitled `January` is a Scottish contemporary scene created using Chinese brush painting ... Read more