Chinese language and culture at university

Date TBC

Michel HocxThis course is suitable for:
All secondary school/college staff
Teachers, heads of department, school leaders, careers advisers
Mandarin specialists and non-specialists

About: A one-day event for teachers and other colleagues to find out about the pathways for your school-leavers to pursue Mandarin at university level.

Representatives from universities who offer courses with Mandarin and/or Chinese cultural studies as a component will give presentations and be on hand to answer your questions.
• What university courses are available?
• Are there scholarships and how should school-leavers apply?
• What do graduates do after their degree course?

The presentation part of this course can be accessed via delayed stream on the IOE website; however, questions and meeting can only be facilitated by a face-to-face presence at the IOE.

Suitable for: All teaching professionals who wish to be more informed about options for students to continue studying Mandarin at university.

This course is not suitable for:
✘ Pupils
✘ Parents of pupils
✘ People who are not interested in university courses in Mandarin/Chinese Studies
(Not for you? Return to main Teacher Training page.)

Duration: One day (date TBC)

Location: Central London (venue TBC)

Register your interest today!

All courses are subject to demand. Click here to register your interest!
All courses are heavily subsidised; the majority will be free (Annual Conference not included). A refundable deposit may apply (approx. £40). Participants will be expected to cover travel and accommodation. Bursaries are available.

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