Mandarin Language - Evening Courses
Why Study Mandarin?
Beautiful handwriting, melodic spoken language, and poetic phrasing together with more than 5,000 years of splendid traditions in literature, the arts, and cuisine make learning Chinese an exploration and adventure.
Chinese Is Important For Your Career! China is and will be an important business and economic partner of the U.S. and the world and increasingly plays a major role in world affairs in the future. According to the Asia Society, “The rise of China presents new economic, political and social realities that demand greater U.S. engagement at every level. As the foundation of that engagement, we urgently need to raise the number of people who can demonstrate a functional proficiency in Chinese.”
Chinese Is Useful! Talking Chinese can actually improve your mental power by learning how to arrange your thoughts into an alternative pattern or organization as well as helping you to understand Chinese culture, literature and history
Chinese Is Most Spoken Language In The World! It is the most widely spoken first language in the world! There are more people speaking Chinese than English. It’s the number one spoken language in the world
Duration of course
Dates of course
This course starts Tuesday 8th June 2021 and will run for 13 weeks. This course will have two 1.5 hour online sessions a week: Tuesdays from 5:00pm until 6:30pm and Thursdays from 5:00pm until 6:30pm.
What will you study?
This class is aimed at students who have no previous knowledge of the language.
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Communicate and exchange information in a simple way
- Demonstrate an understanding and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases
- Introduce themselves and ask and answer questions about personal information such as where someone lives, what someone does for a living etc.
£150 for non-Wrexham Glyndwr University students and staff
£50 for Wrexham Glyndwr University students and staff.
Materials not included
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive 20 UK HE credits (10 ECTS)
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