Chinese Language Learning Program

Applicants
The Chinese language learning and vocational skills training in Hangzhou Polytechnic are prepared for non-Chinese speakers at age 16 or above with at least junior middle school educational background.
Application
Applicants are encouraged to contact the Foreign Affairs Office of Hangzhou Polytechnic (FAO HZPT) in the following steps:
1. Download an Application Form for International Students from website.
2. Mail your completed Application Form with a copy of your passport and transcript or academic records to the FAO HZPT.
3. You will receive an Admission Letter and Visa Application Form for International Students one month prior to the start of your applied program if time permits.
4. Apply for Chinese visa with your Admission Letter and Visa Application Form for International Students at the nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate.
5. You are required to be registered at the FAO HZPT as dated in your Admission Letter and Visa Application Form for International Students. In case of expected late arrival, it is necessary to notify the FAO HZPT immediately in order that proper arrangement can be made in your favor.
Notice: In case an applicant would fail in application for student visa in their country, he/she can come to Hangzhou Polytechnic for registration with a tourist visa first. Student visa application assistance is available at Hangzhou Polytechnic.
Programs Guide
Assessment for entry placement in Chinese language level is expected of all new students. Classes are organized accordingly. Class size for Chinese language learning is controlled at a maximum of 20 students. The skill training and course studies are conducted with normal classes with Chinese students. Special classes are available for special programs if necessary.
(I) Chinese Language Learning
1. Elementary Chinese Program is designed for beginners with no or little Chinese learning experience. The program provides a systematic training in Chinese pronunciation and intonation, a volume of 2500-3000 Chinese words, and a set of basic Chinese phrases and grammatical structures. The training enables the learners to have a mastery of basic communicative ability to live in Chinese speaking environments, with a Chinese linguistic level equivalent to HSK Elementary level.
2. Intermediate Chinese Program (1)(2) are designed for those wishing to improve mandarin Chinese with certain Chinese learning experience and limited speaking competence. The program provides a systematic training in pronunciation and intonation improvement, a volume of 4000-5000 Chinese words and a set of complicated Chinese phrases and grammatical structures. The training enables the learners to have a mastery of Chinese discourse interpretation ability to live and study in Chinese speaking environments, with an intermediate Chinese linguistic level equivalent to HSK Intermediate level.
3. Advanced Chinese Program is designed for those wishing to enlarge the Chinese characters volume and enrich the overall linguistic ability in order to communicate fluently and appropriately in Chinese speaking environment. The program provides a systematic training in pronunciation and intonation improvement, a volume of 6000-8000 Chinese words, a set of more complicated Chinese phrases and grammatical structures. The training enables the learners to express fluently and appropriately in academic or professional areas at normal speed, with a Chinese linguistic level equivalent to HSK Intermediate level.
Notes:
① The Chinese language programs are composed of compulsory and selective courses respectively. The compulsory courses include Integrated Chinese (6 hs/w), Chinese Listening(4 hs/w), Chinese Reading(2 hs/w),Chinese Speaking(4 hs/w).
② The selective courses includes Chinese Pronunciation (2 hs/w), Tai Ji (2 hs/w), Chinese Cartography (2 hs/w), Chinese Extensive Reading (2 hs/w), Chinese Arts (2 hs/w),Chinese Business(2 hs/w), etc. The selective courses are offered in open lectures or special training activities.
③ Learners from advanced classes are allowed to select courses at specific fields such as economics, management, business, computation, electronics, designs, etc as listed on the course category of Hangzhou Polytechnic. International students can attend these courses as auditors.
④ If necessary, organized trips or tours could be arranged to experience Chinese culture and historical heritages on weekends or holidays. The trips will be charged accordingly.
4. Short Term Chinese Program is offered to meet specific need for group application. The program lasts between one and four weeks. The language training is arranged in the morning for compulsory courses and selective courses or activities in the afternoon. Local trips or sightseeing are arranged at weekends.
5. Intensive Chinese Program is offered for international visitors in Hangzhou who wish to have a mastery of basic Chinese speaking ability. The program lasts for 8 weeks.
The program offers a systematic training in Chinese pronunciation, characters and linguistic rules. The training focuses on listening and speaking, aiming at mastery of 600 general words and phrases for daily conversation. The training is conducted in the evenings or on weekends accordingly.
6. HSK Preparation is a specially designed course targeting students wishing to take HSK test. The 4-week course begins just 4 weeks before the test. The training is conducted in the evenings or weekends.
Payment
1. Registration fee:¥200
2. Tuition and textbook fees
Types Tuition Per Head Notes
Elementary Chinese
Intermediate Chinese
Advanced Chinese ¥7,000/term For selected courses in specialized subjects other than Chinese language, extra pay is required.
Short-term ¥600/week
¥2,000//4weeks
¥3,000/6 weeks For group application.
The cost for trips is not included.
Intensive Programs ¥3,000 /8 weeks
HSK Preparation ¥800/ 4 weeks
Specialties of Social Sciences ¥10,000/semester It depends.
Specialties of Sciences & Technology ¥12,000/semester It depends.
Specialties of Designs & Arts ¥14,000/semester It depends.
Textbooks ¥400/semester It depends.
Tuition for Auditors
Specialty Charging Fees
All Courses
(¥Yuan/head/semester) Courses
(¥Yuan/head/credit)
General Social Science and Economic Specialties 6,500 325
Special Social Science and Economic Specialties 7,800 390
Science and Technology Specialties 7,800 390
Art and Design Specialties 1,3000 650
Note: In general, a course equals to 1 to 3 credits.
3. Fees for Accommodation
Common 2 beds ¥3000/ per room/month Beds, tables, & cupboards, air-conditioner, beddings excluded No extra charge for Water & Power
Notice:1) A monthly expense on food is estimated at around ¥500 per person.
2) Better and more expensive accommodations are available in Polytechnic\'s Guesthouse.
Methods of Payments
1. Tuition, accommodation fees and textbooks are charged in Chinese RMB, which can be paid directly at the Accounting Office of Hangzhou Polytechnic or by means of bank account transfer:
Account Name:
Account Number:
2. In case of bank account transfer, it is necessary to specify clearly the nature of the transfer, i.e. for “Chinese Language”, “Accommodation for Chinese Language”, or “Textbooks for Chinese Language”.
3. Students are required to produce payment/bank transfer receipts when registering at the Foreign Affairs Office of Hangzhou Polytechnic.
School Scholarship, National Scholarship, Financial Assistance
School Scholarship and City Scholarship
Candidates basic qualification: registered in-school students, including students from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao (first-year students taking general courses excluded)

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