The market for Chinese language teachers is expanding rapidly as China becomes increasingly active on the world stage and more and more people find themselves engaging with China. Reputable qualifications for Chinese language teachers, however, are thin on the ground. As with TEFL, the quality of teachers and their qualifications varies enormously. UCC’s School of Asian Studies is Ireland’s only fully-fledged university School specialising in Asian languages and Area Studies, and UCC is in the top 2% of universities in the world. An MA TCSOL from UCC offers a guarantee to your future employers – and students – that you have studied with the best and succeeded Course Title: Chinese - Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (MATCSOL)
College: Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
Duration: 1 Year
Teaching Mode: Full-time, Part-Time
2 year part-time option open to EU students ONLY
NFQ Level: Level 9
Costs: 2015/2016 Irish/EU Fee: Full time: EU €6,000; €3,000 per year part-time; 2015/2016 Non-EU fee: €11,620
Course Code: CKD47 Full-time; CKD48 Part-time;
Closing Date: See application procedure section below
Next Intake: September 2015
Your students are invited to attend the Shanghai Education Exhibition in Millennium Hall, Cork City Council on 2 June 2015 at 9:00am. More than 25 universities and 8 secondary schools from Shanghai will be exhibiting at the event and look forward to meeting you and your students.
At the exhibition students will:
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Confucius Day Celebrations
To mark China's National Day and Global Confucius Institute Day,a Performance including Chinese Dancing, Traditional Music, Peking Opera,Face Changing show and Kung Fu show by The National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts in China will take place in Cork on September 24 at 7pm in the Concert Hall of Cork City Council, admission is free and all are welcome, please reply to email@example.com before September 15 to reserve seats.
Schools are welcome to attend.
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