Classes for the Community
Courses Offered by the UO Confucius Institute
Chinese Language Courses
The UO Confucius Institute offers three levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) of self-study “Survival Chinese” courses through the Yamada Language Center. These courses are designed with community participants in mind, including middle- and high-school students, who would like to learn the basics of Chinese language at their own pace and with the assistance of an instructor. There will be no examinations, and participants who take the class for credit will give a presentation in class during finals week. Current UO students are also welcome to take these courses, but please be aware that they do not meet degree language requirements. These courses are perfect for preparation for a trip to China, as well as an introduction for secondary students who are considering the CHN 101 series (and beyond) when they attend as college students.
LT 199 – Chinese, CRN 13650
May be taken for 1-3 credits
Students will be divided into groups according to their personal needs and proficiency levels and assisted by different instructors, with time and classroom to be arranged after placed in groups.
UO students taking the class for credit will pay regular tuition; non-UO students wanting to take the class for UO credit should register through UO’s Community Education Program; the fee for non-credit students (UO or non-UO students) taking the classes will be $150.
HSK Exam Preparation Sessions
These are study sessions intended to help students study for the HSK Exam. The sessions will last one hour and be hosted by instructor Linghui Wang.
Feb 4, 2-3p
Global Scholars Hall Room 113
Feb 18, 2-3p
Global Scholars Hall Room 116