05.10.2020

COURSES: CHINESE STUDIES CENTRE WINTER SEMESTER 2020/2021

Language and cultural studies courses at the Chinese Studies Centre at the PLUS in the Winter semester of 2020/2021.

Das Steinke Institut hat einen Blick in die Zukunft gewagt und auf Grundlage wirtschaftlicher Wachstumsprognosen und Indikatoren eine Rangliste der wichtigsten Sprachen für die Welt im Jahr 2025 erstellt. Die chinesische Sprache (Mandarin) schafft den Sprung von Platz 6 (2005) auf Platz 2 (nach Englisch) und wird somit immer bedeutsamer. Mit einer Milliarde Menschen, die Chinesisch als ihre Erstsprache haben, ist sie die meist gesprochene Sprache der Welt.  

Das Chinazentrum der PLUS bietet Sprachkurse für AnfängerInnen, Fortgeschrittene, Konversationskurse für Fortgeschrittene und eine Vorlesung zur Landes- und Kulturkunde Chinas.  

Die Kurse (Link zum PDF) werden von Frau Prof.in LI Wei vom HARBIN Institute of Technology (HIT) abgehalten.  

Anmeldung über PlusOnline oder über www.uni-salzburg.ac.at/chz.

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