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Confucius Classroom Application

Confucius Classrooms are sub-institutions of the Confucius Institutes set up in countries other than China. Institutions applying for setting up a Confucius Classroom are required to be:

1. An educational institution recognized and accredited by its country’s government;

2. A demand from local citizens and students for learning Chinese language and culture in the locality of the institute;

3. Capacity for providing the Confucius Classroom an appropriate working space, as well as personnel and support in funding.

Application materials prepared by the foreign applicant will include:

1. An application letter signed by the principal or president (both Chinese and English copies);

2. An application plan (both in Chinese and English), including: a. An introduction to the applicant institution; b. Draft programs for Chinese teaching and cultural promotion; c. A floor plan for the required instructional space, and lists of the relevant equipment and facilities available for the proposed Confucius Classroom; d. A projection of management structure; and e. A statement detailing the source, regulation, and management of funding for the proposed Confucius Classroom.

Subsequent to a series of administrative approval procedures and treaty signing, Confucius Classrooms can get support from the CIHQs for teachers as well as some funding.

For more information, you may check the following link: http://english.hanban.org/node_7879.htm

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