Study Chinese Scholarship at Shanghai University
is based on a partnership with Fudan University, in collaboration with the Office of The Chinese Language Council International in China (Hanban). It is managed by the Office of Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International). The first to be established in New South Wales, the Institute has attracted thousands of people to its popular Chinese language and culture programs.
In a sign of strengthening ties between Sydney and Shanghai, the Party Secretary of Shanghai Mr Han Zheng met with Chancellor, Belinda Hutchinson and Vice-Chancellor, Dr Michael Spence on 4 June.
The Institute will hold a Chinese Tea Appreciation for Mother's Day on 11 May and 18 May.
The Institute & China Studies Centre are co-presenting a Business Chinese Course for professionals.
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