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Visiting and exchange students Students at universities anywhere in the world may, with the permission of their home university, enrol for a semester or a year of China Studies at XJTLU. Research The department aims to become a major centre for research on the development of Chinese society and takes a multi-disciplinary approach. Public activities The Department of China Studies runs two series of public activities on a regular basis - China Talks lectures and Chinese film night.
Contact If you'd like more information on the work we do, please get in touch. Students take a double language module in each of the three years spent in Durham, plus a culture module.
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The fourth module in each year is a module on Chinese history. The fifth and sixth modules in years one and two are to be chosen from a list of modules offered by MLaC or by the departments of Anthropology, Economics, Education, History, Government and International Relations, Law and Religious Studies.
All final year students will take a double module dissertation on some aspect of China. All third year students will spend the year studying Chinese at one of our partner universities in China.
The aim of the course is to equip students with the linguistic ability, cultural knowledge and disciplinary skills necessary to be able to engage confidently and competently with China in a future professional capacity. The multidisciplinary approach is designed to allow students to choose one or more disciplinary areas on which to focus their study of China, whilst the language training ensures that graduates have the necessary language skills, both written and spoken, to work in a Chinese language environment.
The basic A2 offer is AAB or equivalent other qualification.