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Chinese In-Country Program Information for participants Contacts: Unit Chair: Associate Professor Guo-qiang Liu Room:D2.12 Telephone: 9244 3945 Email:email@example.com@deakin.edu.au Experiential Learning Officer : Sarah White Telephone: 522 72693 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Units AIC287 Intensive Chinese In-Country A (2 credit points) - for students who have will have completed AIC182 Assignment 2000 words 20%, Task-based exercises 3000 words 30%, Final oral examination 20%, Final written examination 30%(80% class attendance is required to pass this unit.) AIC388 Intensive Chinese In-Country B (2 credit points) - for students who have will have completed AIC282 Assignment 2000 words 20%, task-based exercises 3000 words 30%, final oral examination 20%, final written examination 30%.(80% class attendance is required to pass this unit.) AIC390 Advanced Intensive Chinese In-Country (2 credit points) - for Chinese background students Assignment 2000 words essay 40%, written examination 40%, report of 2000 words 20%. (80% class attendance is required to pass this unit).
Where NANJING NORMAL UNIVERSITY ( 南京师范大学 ) NANJING, CHINA Address:Nanjing Normal University 122 Ninghai Road, Nanjing Jiangsu Province 210097, China 地址 : 中国江苏省南京市 ( 邮编 210097) 宁海路 122 号 南京师范大学
Conditions - Accommodation Booking is needed for accommodation. Fees will be charged from the booked date of arrival, even if you are late. The person who checks into a twin room will pay for the whole room till the roommate arrives. The person who stays in in a twin room after the roommate checks out will pay 75% of the room rate within a week, and will pay 100% of the room rate from the second week onwards. Three days notice must be given to the College office for cancellation of room booking (Wu Laoshi 83598326 或 189 5179 6623), or 200 yuan/person will be charged.
Visa Two forms are needed in your application for a student visa: 1. Visa Application for Study in China – our host institution will complete this form and sent it to us 2. Visa Application Form and instructions: http://www.visaforchina.com.au/MEL_EN/ http://www.visaforchina.com.au/MEL_EN/ Business Hours: Application Submission: 9:00AM to 3:00PM Payment and Passport Collection: 9:00AM-3:00PM Monday-Friday (Except Australia and Chinese Public Holiday) The Centre is closed on Saturdays and Sundays Office address: GROUND FLOOR, 570 ST KILDA RD., MELBOURNE, VIC 3004, Australia Call: +61-03-9937-2308 Fax: +61-03-9937-2337 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@visaforchina.org
Travel Insurance All domestic students are covered for all travel they do. There are some restrictions, but Sarah will explain this in her email. All students from China are covered for the duration of the program, plus two days either side of the program for their travel to and from Nanjing. They are not covered for their international travel between Australia and China though. You need to provide your itinerary to Sarah for insurance purposes.
Getting there You arrange your own travel. Option: -Flying to Shanghai, then catch a High Speed Train to Nanjing -Flying to Hong Kong, and connecting to a Nanjing flight -Flying to Beijing, then travel to Nanjing by High Speed Train or airplane
To apply: You can now apply online for the Chinese in- country by following this link: http://deakin.edu.au/arts-ed/internships/in- country/chinese.php Enquiry: email@example.com Or firstname.lastname@example.org You will then be notified when to enrol online.