Confucius Institute (Chinese Mandarin)




About

The Confucius institute was established in 2013 at the University of Mumbai as a result of an agreement with Hanban, china. Hanban is the apex Chinese institution providing international certification and assuring quality. The Confucius institute at the University of Mumbai is one of the over 500 Confucius institutes worldwide and one of the two Confucius institutes in India. it offers language courses in Chinese mandarin at the kalina campus of the university of Mumbai throughout the year.


Facilities

Alumni



Contact

CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
Room No.8, Ground Floor,
Ranade Bhavan, Kalina,
Santacruz (EAST), MUMBAI - 400098.
Phone: 0091- 22 - 26543567
Timings: Monday to Friday, 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturdays: 1st, 3rd OR 5th 10:30 AM - 5:30 PM IST.
Email : confucius-institute@mu.ac.in
             director-confucius-institute@mu.ac.in



Diploma Courses


Course Name: DIPLOMA I (HSK 3)
OBJECTIVE:
Imparting communication skills in Chinese Mandarin for Level 3. Teaching of intermediate level of Chinese Mandarin language to those students who have passed Level 2. A minimum of 600 Chinese words will be taught along with some basic information on Chinese culture. Chinese characters will be introduced from this level. The learners shall discuss daily academic and professional lives and manage most communication in Chinese when travelling in China.

Credits 3
Duration 80 hours
NEXT COURSE DATES
02nd September 2018 to 03rd February 2019 on Sundays 9am-1pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR NEXT COURSE: 10.02.2019 (9am to 11am)


Exam Information
Standard of Passing 180 marks out of 300
Scheme of Examination 300 marks total
100 marks : Listening
100 marks: Reading
100 marks : Writing

Course Name: DIPLOMA II (HSK 4)
OBJECTIVE:
Imparting communication skills in Chinese Mandarin for Level 4. Teaching of higher intermediate level of Chinese Mandarin language to those students who have passed Level 3. A minimum of 1200 Chinese words will be taught along with detailed information on Chinese culture. Chinese characters will be increased largely. The learners shall gain ability to discuss on a wide range of topics and the ability to communicate fluently, with native Chinese speakers.

Credits 4
Duration 120 hours
NEXT COURSE DATES
08th April 2018 to 25th November 2018 on Sundays 2pm-6pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR NEXT COURSE: 25.11.2018 (4pm to 6pm)

Exam Information
Standard of Passing 180 marks out of 300
Scheme of Examination 300 marks total
100 marks : Listening
100 marks: Reading
100 marks : Writing

Course Name: ADVANCE DIPLOMA I (HSK 5)
OBJECTIVE:
Imparting communication skills in Chinese Mandarin for Level 5. Teaching of advanced Chinese Mandarin language to those students who have passed Level 4. A minimum of 2500 Chinese words will be taught along with detailed information on Chinese culture. The learners shall be able to read Chinese newspapers and magazines, hold proper conversations, enjoy Chinese films and plays, and give a full-length speech.

Credits 6
Duration 170-180 hours
NEXT COURSE DATES
25th March 2018 to 22nd September 2018 on Saturdays 2pm-6pm and Sundays 9am-1pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR NEXT COURSE: 23.09.2018 (9am to 11am)

Exam Information
Standard of Passing 180 marks out of 300
Scheme of Examination 300 marks total
100 marks : Listening
100 marks: Reading
100 marks : Writing


Admission Procedure

ADMISSIONS OPEN FOR ALL COURSES IN CHINESE MANDARIN!
First come first serve.

Click here for online admission and payment of Fees to learn Chinese
Please Get The Following along at the time of Attending 1ST Lecture:
Online Fees Receipt
Two Passport Size Photo
One Self Attested Identity Proof Along With Original (Example:Driving License,Aadhar Card,Passport Etc)
Valid Documents For Reserved/Economically Backward Status, if applicable

Official Chinese Test Center:-
Offical HSK exam Postponement charges
http://mu.ac.in/portal/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Official-HSK-exam-postponement-charges.pdf

Registration open for HSK official test.

Steps for registration:
Chinese-Mandarin-registration-steps


Certificate Course


Course Name:SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE I (HSK 1)

OBJECTIVE:
Imparting communication skills in Chinese Mandarin for Level 1. Teaching of basic Chinese Mandarin language to non-native speakers. A minimum of 150 Chinese words will be taught along with basic information on Chinese culture. The learners shall learn to greet and to introduce themselves in Chinese Mandarin, in the Chinese way.

Credits 2
Duration 48 hours
Ongoing course Dates 28th January 2018 to 29th April 2018
on Sundays 2 pm-6 pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR
CURRENT COURSE
06.05.2018 (2 pm to 4 pm)
NEXT COURSE DATES
06th January 2019 to 07th
April 2019 on Sundays 9 am-1 pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR
NEXT COURSE:
08.07.2018 (11 am to 1 pm)

Exam Information
Standard of Passing 120 marks out of 200
Scheme of Examination 200 marks total
100 marks : Listening
100 marks: reading
Course Name:SHORT TERM CERTIFICATE II (HSK 2)

OBJECTIVE:
Imparting communication skills in Chinese Mandarin for Level 2. Teaching of higher level of basic Chinese Mandarin language to those students who have passed Level 1 and also to non-native speakers. A minimum of 300 Chinese words will be taught along with some basic information on Chinese culture. The learners shall learn to communicate in the performing of simple and routine tasks and to have an excellent grasp of basic Chinese Mandarin.
Credits 2
Duration 60 hours
Ongoing course Dates 07th January 2018 to 15th April 2018 on Sundays 2pm-6pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR
CURRENT COURSE
15.04.2018 (11am to 1pm)
NEXT COURSE DATES
13th May 2018 to 26th August 2018 on Sundays 9am-1pm
UNIVERSITY EXAM DATE FOR NEXT COURSE: 09.09.2018 (9am to 11am)

Exam Information
Standard of Passing 120 marks out of 200
Scheme of Examination 200 marks total
100 marks : Listening
100 marks: reading