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The greatest Chinese thinker KONG ZI is known outside of China under the Latin name of CONFUCIUS. He lived between 551 – 479 B.C. His concepts regarding society and humanity became known by means of his Analects, a significant book in which his disciples gathered his observations and teachings, which focused on the generosity and harmony between people. Confucianism had a tremendous influence on the history of China and not only. As of 2005, The Republic of China created the Confucius Institutes and Classes with the purpose of spreading the Chinese language and culture abroad. Nowadays there are over 350 Institutes and 250 Confucius Classes worldwide.

The Confucius Class (for Chinese language and literature), part of Ovidius University, benefits, on the one hand, from the presence of Chinese teachers, and on the other hand, from a fruitful collaboration with the Confucius Institute of Lucian Blaga University from Sibiu. The opening of the Confucius Class atOvidiusUniversityis a great opportunity for the young generation living in Dobrudja to find out more about the Chinese civilisation.

AIMS

  1. The main objective of the Confucius Class of Ovidius University is teaching Chinese at the highest standards, using the newest methods.

  2. The courses are taught by Chinese professors.

  3. Professional courses for the Romanian professors teaching Chinese.

  4. Getting to know the Chinese history and culture.

  5. National and international scientific conferences, symposia, etc.

  6. International, scientific and cultural exchanges between Romania and China.

ACTIVITIES

The Chinese language courses are structured on 5 modules (from beginner to advanced)

 

 

Courses in Chinese calligraphy.

Lectures on Chinese history and culture (architecture, spirituality- Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, the Tea Ceremony, Landscape: gardens, symbolism).

Summer schools in China (intensive courses on Chinese language at prestigious universities).

Summer schools in Romania (in collaboration with the other Confucius Institutes).

Courses in taijiquan.

Exhibitions of photographic art

Activities  to celebrate the National Day of China (October 1st)

Activities to celebrate Spring Festival (The Chinese New Year’s Eve – January-February).

 

 

SIGN UP

If you want to sign up for one of the courses offered by the Confucius Class (for Chinese language and culture) for the academic year 2015-2016 you can do so starting with September 14th 2015.

The courses offered by the Confucius Class follow the structure of the academic year. The opening ceremony will take place of October, 5th 2015, at 4 o’clock, at the Confucius Class, in the building of the University Library (Mamaia Blv, no 126, 2st floor).

IMPORTANT!

The fee can be paid at the cetral pay office of Ovidius University, 124, Mamaia Blv, Hostel 1 (from Monday to Friday, 13:00 – 15:00) with the specificaton „for the Confucius Class”

  • Course fee: 250 lei/per semester
  • The fee for students is 150 lei / per semester                                                         In order to sign up you will need the following:
  • A copy after the registration fee bill and the course fee bill;
  • A copy after your birth certificate or ID card;
  • Contact address: phone number, e-mail, etc.

These will be handed in during the first lesson at the Confucius Class.

There is no age limit! Because the professors are Chinese, the Chinese classes will be held in English.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at the Confucius Class!

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