Courses

Our Guest Professor from the Harbin Institute of TechnologyProf. LI Wei, is lecturing the following courses in the winter term 2020/2021:

Courses                                                

Chinese for Beginners, 4 hours p.w. 
Tuesday:        5.30 pm - 7.00 pm        
Thursday:       5.30 pm - 7.00 pm
(6 ECTS)
Start: October 1st 2020
                                                                                                                
Chinese for Advanced I, 2 hours p.w.
Thursday:      6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
(3 ECTS)
Start: October 1th 2020

Chinese for Advanced II, 2 hours p.w.
Monday:         5.00 pm - 6.30 pm
(3 ECTS)
Start: October 5th 2020

Chinese for Advanced III, 2 hours p.w.
Wendesday:    6.30 pm - 8.00 pm
(3 ECTS)
Start: October 7th 2020

Regional and Cultural Studies China, 2 hours p.w.
Tuesday:        3:30 pm - 5.00 pm
(2 ECTS)
Start: October 6th 2020

Chinese Conversation for Advanced, 2 hours p.w.
Wednesday:   4.30 pm - 6.00 pm
(3 ECTS)
Start: October 7th 2020


Start of the Lectures l End of the Lectures
Thursday, 1st of October, 2020 l Friday, 31st of January, 2021


Course Rooms

Chinese for Beginners:

Tuesdays: HS 209 (CHU1OG2.254), Churfürststrasse 1, 2. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Thusdays: HS 203 (CHU1EG0.021), Residenz, Churfürststrasse 1, 1. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Chinese for Advanced I: HS 211 (CHU1OG2.282), Churfürststrasse 1, 2. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Chinese for Advanced II: HS 211 (CHU1OG2.282), Churfürststrasse 1, 2. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Chinese for Advanced III:
HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Chinese Regional and Cultural Studies: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Chinese Conversation for Advanced: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Floor, 5020 Salzburg

LANGUAGE TANDEM: CHINESE CORNER

Time: 4.30 - 5.30 PM (Thursdays)
Place: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Floor, 5020 Salzburg
Date: 08 October 2020; 22 October 2020; 05 November 2020; 19 November 2020;             03 December 2020; 17 December 2020; 07 January 2021; 21 January 2021

 

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CALLIGRAPHY COURSE WITH MS. ZHAO LINHONG


Time: 06.30 - 08.00 PM (Thursday)
Place: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Stock, 5020 Salzburg
Date: 08 October 2020; 22 October 2020; 05 November 2020; 19 November 2020;              03 December 2020; 17 December 2020; 07 January 2021; 21 January 2021

Course Fees:

External participants: 230 €€
Officials with an academic degree: 90 €€
Officials without an academic degree: 60 €€
Students: 50 €€

Max. number of participants: 9
Please register under chinazentrum@sbg.ac.at

 

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COOKING CLASS with the Chinese Stidies Center Team and Guests

Time: 02.00 - 04.00 PM (Friday)
Place: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Stock, 5020 Salzburg
Date: 23 October 2020; 13 November 2020; 04 December 2020; 08 January 2021;

Fees:

Students: 10 €
PLUS Officials: 15 €
External participants: 20 €

Max. number of participants: 9
Please register under chinazentrum@sbg.ac.at

NEW - NEW - NEW - NEW - NEW - NEW - NEW - NEW

CHINESE MOVIES AFTERNOON

Time: 02.00 - 04.00 PM (Friday)
Place: HS 888, Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse 18, 3. Stock, 5020 Salzburg
Date: 9 October 2020; 6 November 2020; 27 November 2020; 18 December 2020;

Max. number of participants: 9
Please register under chinazentrum@sbg.ac.at

 

Enrolment

Students from the University of Salzburg may enrol via PLUS-Online until 8th respectively 14th of October 2020.
Students who are not enrolled at the University of Salzburg and/or extern participants can write an E-Mail to Ms Dragana Imbric (dragana.imbric@sbg.ac.at) or come to our office in person in order to register.

Sign off

The deadline for sign off ends on 21st of October 2020.

Coursebook
Please purchase the following book for the courses (Beginners - Advanced Course I - Advanced Course II): "Neues Praktisches Chinesisch Grundstufe". ISBN 978-7-5619-2429-7.You can purchase this course book also at the Chinese Studies Center.

Please purchase the following course book for the Advanced III Course: "Das Neue Praktische Chinesisch 2" (consisting of 1 book and 4 CDs).

ISBN:
ISBN-10: 3905816067 OR
ISBN-13: 978-3905816068 

Course Fees

Course with 4 hours per week:

External participants: 345 €€
Officials with an academic degree: 135 €€
Officials without an academic degree: 90 €€
Students: 75 €€
Pupils: 60 €
Retirees: 70 €

Course with 2 hours per week:

External participants: 230 €€
Officials with an academic degree: 90 €€
Officials without an academic degree: 60 €€
Students: 50 €€
Pupils: 40 €
Retirees: 50 €

Please transfer the course fees LATEST by Wednesday 21st of October 2020 into the following bank account:

Bank: UniCredit Bank Austria AG
Account title Universität Salzburg §27
IBAN: AT23 1200 0069 5383 4602
BIC: BKAUATWW

As reference please use the title of the matching course and please also add P_900200_01 to your reference.

For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the Chinese Studies Center team!

Tel: +43 (0) 662-8044-3901/3900
E-mail: judith.suchanek(at)sbg.ac.at; dragana.imbric(at)sbg.ac.at 

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