詳情 - The Chinese University of Hong Kong

CUHK-CLC
3 to 6 weeks Summer Intensive Programmes
in Putonghua (Mandarin) and Cantonese
Foundation Certificate Programmes in Chinese as a Foreign/ Second Language #
Putonghua Curriculum:
www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/curriculum_pth_sum.pdf
Cantonese Curriculum:
www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/curriculum_can_sum.pdf
Courses
Elementary I Class A
(Putonghua or Cantonese)
Elementary I Class B
(Putonghua or Cantonese)
Elementary II
(Putonghua or Cantonese)
Start Date
End Date
Day
Time^
8-Jul-15
27-Jul-15
Mon to Fri
1330-1620
28-Jul-15
14-Aug-15
Mon to Fri
1330-1620
28-Jul-15
14-Aug-15
Mon to Fri
1330-1620
Venue
CUHK
Shatin
campus
^Two sessions only for the last 2 lessons (Time 1330-1520). Each module contains 40 sessions (50 minutes each).
Immigration status
Hong Kong visitors (Student visa
sponsorship needed)
Hong Kong residents
Application Deadline
Orientation for new students (2015)
May 1, 2015
July 7 Tuesday morning
July 28 Tuesday morning
June 1, 2015
Daily Schedule
Year 2015
no. of sessions
week 1
(7/6-7/12)
Mon
AM
Tue
PM
7/7
Recommended
arrival day
(Class A)
11:00a.m.2:00p.m.
Orientation for
new students
(Class A)
7/13
7/14
(a) 3
7/20
week 3
(7/20-7/26)
8/3
week 5
(8/3-8/9)
8/10
7/29
11:00a.m.12:30p.m.
Orientation for
new students
(Class B)
(b) 3
(a) 3
7/23
(b) 3 +
course
evaluati
on
12:35pm
PTH lunch
table*
7/18
(a) 3
**Optional
outing
activity
(a) 2
**Optional
outing
activity
7/24
12:35pm
(a) 3 +
CAN lunch course
table*
evaluation
7/30
7/25
7/31
(b) 3
8/1
8/13
12:35pm
PTH lunch
table*
9
-
15
-
14
-
7/19
7/26
8/2
8/15
12
8/9
(b) 3
(b) 2 +
Exam
Total hrs.
2
8/8
8/14
(b) 2
Sun
AM PM
7/12
Course I Course II
(b) 3
8/7
(b) 3
AM PM
7/11
(a) 3
7/17
8/6
8/12
(b) 3
7/16
(b) 3
Sat
PM
(a) 3
(b) 3
8/5
8/11
(b) 3
(a) 3
AM
7/10
(a) 3
(a) 3
(b) 3
Fri
PM
(a) 3
7/22
8/4
Thu
AM
7/9
7/15
7/28
(a) 2 +
Exam
PM
(a) 3
(a) 3
Recomme
nded
arrival day
(Class B)
AM
7/8
7/21
7/27
week 6
(8/10-8/16)
Wed
PM
7/6
week 2
(7/13-7/19)
week 4
(7/27-8/2)
AM
-
15
-
13
8/16
40.00
40.00
# Award cerificate will be given to students who take both Elementary I and Elementary II course with satisfactory attendance and performance assessment.
* Potluck style lunch chat. Optional participation. Date to be confirmed. For Cantonese (CAN) students and Putonghua (PTH) students respectively.
**Optional activities: Outlying Island tour and the Big Buddha Tour. Activity fee: HK$200 each per activity. Participants include summer exchange students from
CUHK International Summer School. Organized by the Office of Academic Link. No teacher will be joining the tour. Sign up during orientation.
CUHK-CLC reserves the right to re-arrange activity schedule due to academic conditions, weather and operational need.
CLC intensive summer programmes 2015 daily schedule 4F4C4Pv1.2.xlsx--- 5/11/2014
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CUHK-CLC
3-6週暑期密集廣東話課程
(對象: 以中國語言為母語的人士, 通常來自中國內地、台灣及海外華僑)
粵語(華語人士)證書課程#
課程大綱:
www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/curriculum_c4p_sum.pdf
課程編號
課程名稱
開始日期
(2015年)
結束日期
(2015年)
15S2a-CD2101
初級粵語綜合訓練I
(A班)
7月8日
7月27日
星期一至五 1330-1620
15S2b-CD2101
初級粵語綜合訓練I
(B班)
7月28日
8月14日
星期一至五 1330-1620
15S2b-CD2102
初級粵語綜合訓練 II
7月28日
8月14日
星期一至五 1330-1620
星期
時間^
地點
沙田
中文大學
^ 最後兩堂只有兩節課 (時間1330-1520),以上課程各四十節,每節五十分鐘。
入境身份
截止報名日期 (2015)
香港訪客 (根據入境條例,訪客須申請學
5月1日
新生迎新 (2015)
生簽證才可在港修讀課程,學生簽證擔保
暫只適用於中國以外地區的申請者)
7月7日星期二早上
7月28日星期二早上
香港居民
6月1日
每日時間表
2015年
科目/ 教學時數
星期一
上午
下午
星期二
上午
7/6
第一周
(7/6-7/12)
7/7
7/13
(a) 3
第三周
(7/20-7/26)
(若適
用)B班 (a) 2 +
建議到 考試
港日
7/22
7/28
8/3
7/29
(b) 3
8/4
(b) 3
8/10
(b) 3
(a) 3
(b) 3
8/11
(b) 3
下午
7/23
7/24
7/31
8/7
8/13
課程I
9
-
15
-
14
-
8/2
2
8/8
12
8/9
(b) 3
8/14
(b) 2
8/15
課程II
7/26
**自費活動
8/1
總時數
7/19
(b) 3
(b) 3
(b) 3 +
課程評
估
7/12
**自費活動
7/25
(a) 2
(b) 3
(b) 3
上午 下午 上午 下午
7/18
(a) 3
(a) 3+
課程評
估
7/30
星期日
(a) 3
(a) 3
中午
12:35
廣東話
桌*
星期六
7/11
7/17
8/6
8/12
上午
7/10
7/16
(b) 3
8/5
星期五
(a) 3
(a) 3
(a) 3
上午11
時至12
時半- B
班迎新
下午
7/9
7/15
7/21
(a) 3
上午
(a) 3
(a) 3
7/27
第六周
(8/17-8/23)
下午
星期四
7/8
7/14
7/20
第五周
(8/3-8/9)
上午
(若適用)A班建 上午11:00至下午
議到港日
2:00 迎新活動
第二周
(7/13-7/19)
第四周
(7/27-8/2)
下午
星期三
-
15
-
13
8/16
(b) 2 + 考
試
40
40
# 修畢初級I及初級II的學生, 若成績及出席率滿意, 可獲中大發出證書。
* 學生自攜午膳自由參予,日期暫定。
** 自費活動: 地點為離島及大嶼山大佛, 每個活動收費港幣200元, 參加者包括暑期交換生。 活動由中大學術交流處主辦, 老師不會參予。
請於迎新日當天報名。如因學術情況、天氣或運作上的問題而令活動取消,中文大學雅禮中國語文研習所會保留是否重新安排活動的權
利。
註: 同期設有對外漢語廣東話班,如在未能提供本課程的情況下,學生可自由參加。
CLC intensive summer programmes 2015 daily schedule 4F4C4Pv1.2.xlsx--- 5/11/2014
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香港中文大學 雅禮中國語文研習所
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Non-native Speakers Series 外語人士學中文系列
SUMMER Cantonese
Foundation Certificate Programme
暑期廣東話基礎證書課程
6-week programme. Can split into upper and lower course each lasts for 3 weeks.
July and August
<Foundation Certificate in Chinese as a Foreign/ Second Language (Cantonese) > is recognized under the Qualifications Framework.
Widely spoken in Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong Province, Cantonese is one of the seven major dialects of China. It is also
the most widely spoken Chinese dialect by overseas Chinese communities. Its origin dates from as early as the Qin Dynasty
(221 to 206 BC). During the Song Dynasty (960 to 1279 AD), the occupation of northern China by foreign invaders caused an
exodus of the Han Chinese to southern China, where the Cantonese dialect took shape. Hong Kong is the only place in China
where people think in their own dialect (Cantonese) and use it officially to discuss serious issues. Its long heritage and countless
ties to ancient Chinese culture, together with the fact that Cantonese has far-reaching influence on the pop culture among the
Asian Pacific region, all these have made Cantonese a very interesting and essential language.
[email protected]
The Centre
Founded in 1963 under the joint auspices of New Asia College and the Yale-China Association, the Centre became part of the
Chinese University in 1974 and has been responsible for the teaching of Chinese language (Putonghua and Cantonese) of
University students as well as other Putonghua and Cantonese learners. Courses are offered in two different series: for nonnative speakers and for native speakers of Chinese. All the series have different levels to meet the needs and aptitude of
students.
The Programme
Cantonese training modules:
At beginner level, the modules focus on oral skills and listening comprehension, with proficiency-oriented activities based on
useful vocabulary items, daily expressions and a wide variety of patterns. For reference only, students are usually expected to
spend no less than 4 hours a week on revision to make progress. By the end of the foundation programme, students are expected
to use Cantonese to ask and respond to simple questions, convey minimal meaning and satisfy some immediate needs.
Module 1 (CP2101)
Introduction to Cantonese sounds and tones.
40
3
Elementary Cantonese I
Topics: Greetings , at school, time and date, a shopping day
sessions
credits
40
3
sessions
credits
Revision on sentence structure, Cantonese sounds & tones.
Module 2 (CP2102)
Topics: Talk about hobbies, telling location, meet my family, tour around
Elementary Cantonese II
HK, in the office.
The Teachers
Cantonese Programme Division (CPD) Head: Mr. Kelvin CHAN (MA in Linguistics, CLC Best Teacher Award Recipient 2008-2010)
Teaching staff: Well-qualified and experienced instructors in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign/ Second Language.
Assessment
Quiz (written/ oral), final exam (oral), instructor’s assessment and attendance.
* Note: students can take the course without assessment as long as they sign a declaration form. However, the students will not be, if available,
entitled to CUHK award-bearing certificate.
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
The Award
Foundation Certificate in Chinese as a Foreign / Second
Language (Cantonese) 對外漢語(粵語)基礎證書
Qualification Register registration no: 12/000915/2. QF level = 2.
Validity period: 5 May 2008 to 31 December 2015
Award Requirements:

Completion of any two modules of CP2101 to CP2104.

Minimum attendance rate of 70%.

Satisfactory assessment.
The Teaching Materials
The Academic Activity Division of CLC publishes teaching materials and learning aids based on abundant teaching experience
guided by teaching research findings. Cantonese: A Short Course I/ II and supplementary materials prepared by CLC will be
used in Cantonese for Non-native Speakers Series. Students are also recommended to acquire a copy of English Cantonese
Pocket Dictionary and Chinese English Pocket Dictionary to facilitate their learning.
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
Application Procedures
For HK residents and oversea students
1.
2.
3.
4.
Download application form from www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/e_application.htm
Study and sign the “notes to application”.
Provide copies of current or previous school documents and a copy of your passport;
(Those not enrolled in Elementary I) Please study the placement guidelines and take necessary actions:
www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/placement
For oversea students only
In addition to the above:




Completed student visa application forms - ID 995A;
Fill in Certificate of Finance and provide proof of financial standing.
Medical certificate is not required. Students should buy their own insurance.
Send in all the required forms and documents by post only. Other means of application are not accepted.
For HK residents (with a legitimate immigration status to study in HK)
Send in all the required forms and documents by post, fax, email or in person at CLC counter.
Contact Us
Continuing Education Section,
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin Head Office & Classrooms
Opening Hour: 8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Monday to Thursday) 8:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. (Friday)
No service on Saturday, Sunday and public holiday.
Address:
G/F, Fong Shu Chuen Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
Tel:
(852) 3943 6727
Fax:
(852) 2603 5004
Email: [email protected]
Web site: www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc
“studyinclc”
Rev. Nov 2014
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
香港中文大學 雅禮中國語文研習所
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Non-native Speakers Series 外語人士學中文系列
SUMMER Putonghua (Mandarin)
Foundation Certificate Programme
暑期普通話基礎證書課程
6-week programme. Can split into upper and lower course each lasts for 3 weeks.
July and August
<Foundation Certificate in Chinese as a Foreign/ Second Language (Putonghua) > is recognized under the Qualifications Framework.
Putonghua, also known as Mandarin, the standard speech and the official language of mainland China spoken by more
than 1 billion native speakers, is increasingly regarded as the language with equal importance to English. Along with the
booming economy and the countless business opportunities related to China, learning Putonghua seems becoming inevitable for
many, and the education systems in some foreign countries have made learning of Putonghua compulsory to students.
[email protected]
The Centre
Founded in 1963 under the joint auspices of New Asia College and the Yale-China Association, the Centre became part of the
Chinese University in 1974 and has been responsible for the teaching of Chinese language (Putonghua and Cantonese) of
University students as well as other Putonghua and Cantonese learners. Courses are offered in two different series: for nonnative speakers and for native speakers of Chinese. All the series have different levels to meet the needs and aptitude of
students.
The Programme
The programme aims to give all-rounded training in Chinese (Putonghua) with emphasis on oral skill and listening
comprehension. All the four speech functions namely listening, speaking, reading and writing will be taught. The programme
consists of proficiency-oriented activities based on useful vocabulary items, daily expressions and a wide variety of
patterns. Simplified Chinese characters will be taught in ALL Putonghua courses. For reference only, students are usually
expected to spend no less than 4 hours a week on revision to make progress.
The Elementary Courses familiarize students with the fundamental pronunciation in Putonghua through different activities. By
the end of the foundation programme, students are expected to use Putonghua to ask and respond to simple questions, convey
minimal meaning and satisfy some immediate needs. They should have the ability to read individual words and short phrases in
real life contexts and understand the formation of Chinese characters (e.g. stroke order, etc.)
Elementary to Intermediate courses
Module 1 (PP2101)
Elementary Putonghua I
Module 2 (PP2102)
Elementary Putonghua II
The sounds and tones of Putonghua (“Hanyu Pinyin” or Putonghua
Phonetics), classroom expressions. Topics: what is your name; who is
he; is that the office; is the teacher here; where are you going; where
is the station; what do you want to do.
Revision on Putonghua sounds, tones and expression. Topics: what
do you like to eat; how much is it; when will we go; when will you
be free; please ask someone to give me a call; what is the best way to
go somewhere.
40
3
sessions
credits
40
3
sessions
credits
The Teachers
Teaching staff: Well-qualified and experienced instructors in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign/ Second Language.
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
The Award
Foundation Certificate in Chinese as a Foreign / Second
Language (Putonghua) 對外漢語(普通話)基礎證書
Qualification Register registration no: 12/000916/2. QF level = 2.
Validity period: 5 May 2008 to 31 December 2015
Award Requirements:

Completion of any two modules of PP2101 to PP2108.

Minimum attendance rate of 70%.

Satisfactory assessment.
The Teaching Materials
The Academic Activity Division of CLC published teaching materials and learning aids based on abundant teaching experience
guided by teaching research findings. Basic Chinese: A Short Course I-II, Practical Chinese, Kung-Fu I-II or other materials
written by CLC instructors and supplementary materials prepared by CLC will be used in Putonghua for Non-native Speakers
Series. Students are also recommended to acquire a copy of English Putonghua Pocket Dictionary and Chinese English Pocket
Dictionary to facilitate their learning.
Assessment
Quiz (written), final exam (oral), speech presentation, instructor’s assessment and attendance.
* Note: students can take the course without assessment as long as they sign a declaration form. However, the students will not be, if available,
entitled to CUHK award-bearing certificate.
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
Application Procedures
For HK residents and oversea students
1.
2.
3.
4.
Download application form from www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/e_application.htm
Study and sign the “notes to application”.
Provide copies of current or previous school documents and a copy of your passport;
(Those not enrolled in Elementary I) Please study the placement guidelines and take necessary actions:
www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/placement
For oversea students only
In addition to the above:




Completed student visa application forms - ID 995A;
Fill in Certificate of Finance and provide proof of financial standing.
Medical certificate is not required. Students should buy their own insurance.
Send in all the required forms and documents by post only. Other means of application are not accepted.
For HK residents (with a legitimate immigration status to study in HK)
Send in all the required forms and documents by post, fax, email or in person at CLC counter.
Contact Us
Continuing Education Section,
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin Head Office & Classrooms
Opening Hour: 8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Monday to Thursday) 8:45 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. (Friday)
No service on Saturday, Sunday and public holiday.
Address:
G/F, Fong Shu Chuen Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong
Tel:
(852) 3943 6727
Fax:
(852) 2603 5004
Email: [email protected]
“studyinclc”
Web site: www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc
Rev. Nov 2014
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
香港中文大學 雅禮中國語文研習所
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
暑期廣東話證書課程 (華語人士對象)
七至八月六週課程,可分上下兩部各三週進修
<粵語(華語人士) 證書> 在資歷架構下獲得認可。
粵語,又稱廣東話、廣府話及廣州話,是漢藏語系漢語族的聲調語言,中國七大方言之一,是美國、
加拿大及澳洲等的華人社區中使用人數最多的漢語,全球以粵語為母語者高達 1.2 億人。粵語也是除了
普通話外,唯一在外國大學有獨立研究的中國漢語。香港及澳門是中國城巿之中唯一可以用自己的母語
方言(廣東話)思想及進行官方討論的地方。粵語的起源和發展成熟的年代遠在宋代,歷史悠久,與中
國古代文化息息相關,也對現今潮流文化影響深遠,是一個既有趣又實用的語言。
[email protected]
研習所
雅禮中國語文研習所在新亞書院(New Asia College)及美國耶魯大學雅禮協會 (Yale-China Association) 的支
持下創辦於 1963 年,1974 年成為香港中文大學的一個教學部門,承擔教授大學生及中外人士漢語的任務。課程
分廣東話及普通話、對外漢語及對華漢語不同系列,課程旨在培養及改善學生的語言水平,提高他們以普通話或
廣東話溝通的能力。
研習所自 2005 年起,通過大學擴展教育課程局(UEXB)申請各種證書及文憑課程,公開讓中外人士進修高
素質普通話及粵語課程,也是香港所有本地大學中,提供普通話/粵語證書課程最大的大學單位。來自九十多國
的漢語研修生人數每年超過 2000。
課程大綱
本課程為對廣東話有興趣、來港工作或定居的華語人士而設,通過生活化情景、實用的詞彙、簡明的語法介紹及密
集的語音練習提高學生運用粵語的能力。減少甚至脫離地方口音,融入香港的生活。課程由淺入深、互相銜接、自成體系。
本課通過精簡講授,以香港的社會及文化為題材,使學員瞭解並熟悉普粵在語音、詞彙、語法等方面的差異,把更多的時
間放在聽、說等方面的綜合訓練,以培養語言技能、尤其是口頭表達能力為目標。
單元 1 (CD2101)
粵語語音、拼寫法、普粵語音對比
初級粵語
話題: 自我介紹、談校園活動、去飯堂食晏、出街買嘢、談娛樂消遣
綜合訓練 (I)
難讀聲母、韻母、聲調、詞語及詞彙、語氣助詞
單元 2 (CD2102)
40 課時
粵語語音、拼寫法、普粵語音對比複習
初級粵語
話題: 說香港天氣、介紹我嘅屋企、去睇醫生、介紹香港、論香港民生
綜合訓練 (II)
難讀聲母、韻母、聲調、詞語及詞彙、語氣助詞
40 課時
導師
廣東話課程組 (CPD) 組長: 陳智樑先生 (語言學碩士, 研習所 2008-2010 年優秀教師獎得主)
導師:均為多年教授中大學生之廣東話教員。
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
資歷證書
Certificate in Cantonese for Native Chinese Speakers
粵語(華語人士)證書
資歷名冊登記號碼: 07/000929/2 資歷級別: 2
登記有效期: 2008 年 5 月 5 日至 2015 年 12 月 31 日
頒授資格:
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完成 CD2101 至 CD2104 其中兩個單元
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出席率 70%或以上
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評核合格
教材
「粵語速成」系列教材(本所編制),商務印出版。
評估
階段小測驗、結課筆試、結課口試、出席率。
註: 若學生不想考試,可以簽署意願書,未能接受考核的學生即使修足課也不獲頒發資歷證書。
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
[email protected]
報名
香港居民及海外申請者適用
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從此連結下載申請表格 www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/e_application.htm;
閱讀及簽妥“申請須知”;
提供現時或過去的學歷證明副本及護照的副本;
(直接報讀初級 II 者) 請閱讀分班指引並按指示行動: www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/placement
海外申請者適用(上述項目以外的附加檔)
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填妥學生簽證申請表格 ID 995A;
填妥財務證明書及提供財務狀況的實據;
學生不用提交健康證明,但須自行購買保險;
郵寄所有表格及文件到本所,不接受郵寄以外的申請方法。
香港居民適用
(必須持有合法在港進修的身份)
可通過郵寄、傳真、電郵或親臨櫃台遞交入學資料。
查詢
香港中文大學 雅禮中國語文研習所 進修部
沙田總辦公室及教學樓
辦公時間:
星期一至四上午 8 時 45 分至下午 5 時 30 分,星期五上午 8 時 45 分至下午 5 時 45 分
星期六、星期日及公眾假期休息
地址:
香港新界沙田香港中文大學方樹泉樓
電話:
(852) 3943 6727
傳真:
(852) 2603 5004
電郵:
[email protected]
網址: www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc
“studyinclc”
Rev. Nov 2014
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Intensive Chinese Language Programmes 2015-2016
Putonghua (also called Standard Chinese or Mandarin) and Cantonese courses of different levels are offered.
Study curriculum is available at www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/curriculum. Students taking non-elementary courses are
invited to submit an online written/ oral placement test at www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/placement. Meeting or talking to
teachers in person for placement, if needed, can be arranged at a cost of HK$300 per subject. For a comparison
between different types of programmes, please visit FAQ at www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/faq_regular.htm
Season
Spring 2015
Programme
/Date
January to April
Summer 2015
May
2 weeks
June
August
September to December
PRINCH (Language &
Culture Immersion) in
Beijing May 18 - 31
3 weeks
S2a
July 8 – July 27
ISS-CLP
(PTH only)
August. 10 – 28
S2b July 28 – August 14
4 weeks
5 weeks
12 weeks
Fall 2015
July
S2-P4C Putonghua for native
Cantonese speakers July 20- August 14
ISS June 30 – August 3
Regular Summer Term
June 4 – Aug. 14
Regular Spring Term
Jan. 19 – Apr. 17
Regular Fall Term
Sep. 21 – Dec. 11
Optional Beijing Tour: August 29- September 2.
CUHK International summer school, HKSAR Establishment anniversary, HK Book
National Day of China
Fair, HK Computers and Electronic Fair, HK Shopping Festival
Note: (1) Optional Summer Tour to Beijing (5 days-4 nights): date: August 29- September 2, 2015. Price: HK$6000 (US$769). Price includes 3-star
accommodation double occupancy, transportation, meals, admission tickets and accidental insurance. Student should take care of their own China visa.
(2) Tentative dates for 2016 Regular programmes: Spring Term (Jan. 18- Apr. 15). Summer Term (Jun. 6- Aug. 16). Fall Term (Sep. 19- Dec. 7). (3) ISS
and ISS-CLP Chinese language courses are opened to non-native Chinese speaking undergraduates local and abroad only. Interested students should forward
application to the Office of Summer Programmes. Website: www.cuhk.edu.hk/osp
Highlight
Chinese New Year
Spring Party: Mar. 27
Fees (Price per course per level per school term in Hong Kong Dollars. Exchange rate US$1=HK$7.8 shown as reference only)
Spring 2015
Price
Programme Code
CLC Summer School 2015
Fall 2015
Regular
Regular
PRINCH Beijing
S2a/ S2b
S2-P4C
Regular
Tuition fee
L1-6: US$2962/ HK$23100
L1-6: US$2962/ HK$23100
US$592/ HK$4620
US$730/
HK$5670
US$600/
HK$4680
L1-6: US$3058/ HK$23850
Activity fee
Spring Party (optional)
Lunch Table (optional)
Application fee &
Deposit
Text materials
US$205/ HK$1600
US$205/ HK$1600
US$25-64/ HK$200-500
US$25-64/ HK$200-500
Visa application
Mandatory, see Note 2
US$1055/ HK$8230.
Mandatory,
see note 3.
Mandatory, see Note 4
Lunch Table (optional)
Outing: US$26 / HK$200
US$26/ HK$200
US$205/ HK$1600
Within HK$100/ US$13
US$25-64/ HK$200-500
Mandatory, see
Note 2
For HKID holder
only
Mandatory, see Note 2
Note 1: Students study for more than one programme within a season is allowed, and only a one-time application fee (the highest end) will be charged.
Note 2: HK Visa charge: US$30/ HK$230. Student visa is a must to non-HK residents. Oversea students with solely visa exemption/ visitor status are not allowed to study in Hong Kong.
Note 3: PRINCH activity fee includes counseling in small group of 3, trans-city transportation (round trip transportation between Hong Kong and Beijing), local transportation
in Beijing, accommodation in Beijing (13 nights in 3-star rating guest house, double occupancy), admission ticket related to the language activities, learning materials,
welcome and farewell dinner, and travel insurance. Meals will be at students’ own expense according to one’s living style.
Note 4: China Visa: click into China Travel Agency web site for more information (www.ctshk.com/english/useful/chinesevisa.htm). China visa is not necessary for Japanese and
Singaporean staying less than 14 days in China.
Hong Kong Accommodation
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On-campus dormitory at Colleges in CUHK.
Location to be confirmed. Summer only. Double-occupancy HK$200/ US$26 per person
per day. Students should prepare paying single room surcharge if room-mate is not available. Booking through CLC only. Confirmation upon full payment.
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Share flat with CUHK or CLC students.
CUHK off-campus accommodation network
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Please ask CLC staff to get login information to the forum after enrolled to a CLC course.
https://osantd.osa.cuhk.edu.hk/ohis2/eng/index.htm
Other short term accommodation
Look up by yourself at CLC website www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc/e_housing.htm
Hong Kong Living Expenses (for reference only)
Meals : US$3.2-19 per meal (HK$ 25 – 150)
Train/ Bus fare : US$0.5-3.2 per journey (HK$ 4 – 25)
Movie ticket : US$4.5-8.5 (HK$ 35 – 65)
Medical services: student visa/ working visa/ dependent visa and HKID holders are entitled to local resident rate in using public hospitals and clinics. General
out-patient at US$5.8 (HK$45) per attendance and in-patient US$9 (HK$68) per day (public ward). Private general physicians: US$26-51 per visit (HK$200-400).
Hospitalization (semi-private ward) : US$70-90 per day (HK$600-700)
Enquiry
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youtube.com/studyinclc
Tel: (852) 3943 6727
Email: [email protected]
Fax: (852) 2603 5004
Web site: www.cuhk.edu.hk/clc
Yale-China Chinese Language Centre
Continuing Education Section,
Fong Shu Chuen Building,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR
Disclaimer: the information provided in this publication was correct at the time of printing. The Chinese Language Center reserves the right to alter any of the information should the need arise.
Update:13 November 2014.