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Welcome to Nanjing University
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Nanjing University Overview
Introduction to Institute for International Students
Curriculum List of Institute for International Students
Programs hosted by Institute for International
Students
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Nanjing University
Overview
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Founded in 1902, Nanjing University is one of China’s
top universities directly under the Ministry of
Education. It is located in the historic city of Nanjing
known as the ancient capital of six dynasties.
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Over the past 100 years, the university has achieved a
coordinated development in multiple disciplines
including Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural
Sciences, Technological and Management, etc.
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With a comprehensive advantage
in multi-sciences and highlyqualified faculty members, Nanjing
University is at the forefront
among Chinese universities for its
remarkable achievements both in
personnel training and academic
research.
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Today’s NJU consists of three beautiful
campuses, Gulou ,Pukou, and Xianlin . As a top
university in China, it boasts advanced teaching
and research facilities.
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Presently, NJU is comprised of 21 schools with 59
departments. It runs 78 undergraduate
programs, 213 master’s programs, 9 professional
master’s programs, 147 Ph.D. programs (under
23 primary disciplines), and 23 post-doctoral
research stations. It also offers 9 professional
master's programs, such as MBA, MPA, Law,
Clinical Medicine, Engineering, Accounting and
Fine Arts.
Gulou and Xianlin Campus, NJU
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NJU is also known for its vigorous exchanges with the
outside world. Starting from 1979, NJU has established
academic links with more than 200 universities and
research institutes in around 70 countries. There are over
1,800 international scholars have taught or lectured and
more than 18,000 international students studied on NJU
campus.
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NJU never ceased its efforts to explore possible modes of
cooperation and to learn from international experiences in
teaching, researching and management. Such efforts
resulted in the founding of the Center for Chinese and
American Studies with the Johns Hopkins University, US.,
Regarded as "an overseas campus on the Chinese land," the
Center for Chinese and American Studies has become a
successful example of educational cooperation between
China and the United States, and received much attention
and acclamation from governments of both countries.
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Introduction to
Institute for
International Students,
NJU
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• The Institute for International Students (IFIS, NJU) is in charge of enrollment,
management, teaching and service of all international students who come to
study at Nanjing University.
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The Institute for International Students offers degree programs as well as
various short term training programs. Currently, the Institute has about 50
full time faculty and staff members, of whom there are 8 professors and 17
associate professors. The Institute also hires about 20 part-time teachers
from various departments of the university to teach courses in Chinese
language and culture, history, philosophy, economics, environment, etc. to
both degree and non-degree students.
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Curriculum List of
Institute for International
Students, NJU
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Chinese Language Course List
Elementary Chinese Language Speaking/ Writing
Intermediate Chinese Language Speaking/ Listening/ Reading
Advanced Chinese Language Speaking/ Listening/ Reading
Business Chinese
Ancient Chinese
News Chinese
Reading of Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals
Phonetic Rectification
Japanese-Chinese Translation
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Chinese Culture Course List
History of Ancient China
History of Modern China
History of Republic of China
Cultural Communication between China and Abroad
Ancient Chinese Literature
Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature
Development and Appreciation of Contemporary Chinese Movies and TVs
Panoramic China
Chinese Philosophy
Minorities and Religions
Selected Readings of Confucius Analects
Selected Readings of Buddhism Classics
Contemporary Chinese Economy
Chinese Economic Laws
Chinese International Trading
Basic Skills of Chinese Calligraphy
Chinese Painting
Chinese Folk Art
Taiji Quan
Chinese Folk Music
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English Courses Syllabus
Chinese
Foreign Policy
Chinese
Economy and
Business
Development
Chinese
Culture
This course intends to provide an overview and analysis of China’s foreign relations since
the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949. It discusses the policy making process in
China’s foreign relations in t he context of the domestic political, economic and social
changes. It is important for students to be aware of the long, difficult and significant
journey that China has covered in less than 60 years before coming to where it is and
bracing itself for the challenges lying ahead.
China’ s economy has gained rapid growth since 1978 when it embarked on economic
reforms and opening up policies initiated by Mr. Deng Xiao-ping, and because of its size,
dynamic growth, and continuing reform policies, China has clearly become a major
participant in the world economy. The rapid growth of Chinese economy has been widely
believed as a miracle. Students outside China are thus advised to understand what has
happened to China’s internal and external economic development in the last three
decades. This course is thus designed to provide students with a general picture of
Chinese economic reforms, opening up, and business development, and to introduce
students to a better understanding of many elements of China’ s emergence and its
potential role in the world economy.
With more than 4,000 years of recorded history, China is known as one of the cradles of
the world’s oldest civilizations and has an extremely rich cultural heritage. The aim of this
course is to give a brief introduction to some fundamental aspects of Chinese culture,
with an emphasis upon things and elements that are typically Chinese and worth
knowing by those who are interested in this country and its culture. In quite a few cases,
an introductory account of the historical background will be given for the sake of a better
understanding of the topic under discussion. Classes will be accompanied by visits or
practices of the students. The main contents include: Chinese ancient philosophy, religion,
art, music, kungfu, education, cuisine and tea culture, traditional festivals, etc.
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English Courses and Lectures
Chinese History
Chinese civilization, a one part of the global civilization, has its specific features. This
course, as an access to understand China in its historical context, is a general
introduction on the Chinese civilization, including the forming of the nation, dynastic
history, cultural features, and other events and elements that have significantly
helped to foster the Chinese civilization. Students will be encouraged to investigate
some recent research focuses as case studies, such as the institution evolution, the
culture and social transition, the women history, and others. As one of the earliest
civilizations, Chinese civilization has great contribution to the world history, and has
also been benefited from the communication with other civilizations. Students in
this course will also be encouraged to seek what is unique in Chinese civilization,
and what is common between Chinese civilization and the other civilizations.
The
Environmental
Health of the
Lower Yangtze
With more than 4,000 years of recorded history, China is known as one of the
cradles of the world’s oldest civilizations and has an extremely rich cultural heritage.
The aim of this course is to give a brief introduction to some fundamental aspects of
Chinese culture, with an emphasis upon things and elements that are typically
Chinese and worth knowing by those who are interested in this country and its
culture. In quite a few cases, an introductory account of the historical background
will be given for the sake of a better understanding of the topic under discussion.
Classes will be accompanied by visits or practices of the students. The main contents
include: Chinese ancient philosophy, religion, art, music, kungfu, education, cuisine
and tea culture, traditional festivals, etc.
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Programs hosted by
Institute For
International
Students,
NJU
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Chinese Language and Cultural
Programs hosted by IFIS, NJU
1) Long-term (Regular) Chinese Program (6 months to 2 years)
2) Short-term Programs during winter and summer vacation (2-10 weeks)
3) HSK Tests Training Programs
4) Undergraduate Program: B.A. in Chinese Language пј€4 yearsпј‰
5) Postgraduate Program: MTCSOL (2 years)
6) Chinese Training Program for United Nations Employees
7) Chinese Training Program for Foreign Diplomats
8) US National Chinese Language Flagship Program
9) Overseas Chinese Teachers Training Program
10) Graduate Program for Overseas Chinese Teachers
11) Advanced study and Training on Chinese Art
12) Environmental Studies Program in China
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Long-term Chinese Program
The long-term Chinese program is designed for students
whose plan is to stay in China for least 6 months, or to pursue
their degree in China, as well as the exchange students who
come to China by bilateral agreements.
IFIS, NJU arranges 5 levels Chinese language and over 20
optional culture course for students in different levels every
semester.
Besides courses offered by IFIS, students also have the access
to any other majors’ courses if needed.
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Short-term Chinese Language and
Culture Program
Chinese instruction: The IFIS of NJU offers professional Chinese language training courses staffed with a
faculty with Master/PhD degree and rich Chinese language teaching experience to students of these programs
that be of any Chinese language level. The instructional contact hours for every student in learning Chinese will
be about 20 hours per week and 80 hours as total.
English lectures: Besides Chinese language training courses, IFIS of NJU also offers 4 English lectures
Details of
short-term
programs are
described as
right, Courses
in all programs
can be
readjusted as
needed.
on Chinese culture and society by prominent professors and authorities invited by IFIS from different
departments of NJU.
Chinese culture experience: The experiential courses of Taiji Quan (shadow boxing), Chinese
painting and calligraphy are parts of these programs to give students direct reception of Chinese
culture.
Social activities with Chinese students: To give students panoramic and in-depth
understanding of modern China, the IFIS of NJU arranges several interactive study, communication
and social activities together with Chinese college students as well.
Field work and Cultural excursion: The IFIS of NJU provides cultural excursion inside
Nanjing city on every weekend as relaxation. Extra trips to other cities and attractions around Nanjing
are also available upon students’ request.
Accommodation: During the students’ stay in Nanjing, the IFSI provides students’ accommodations
of double rooms with good living and study facilities, including twin beds, sheet, air-conditioner,
independent wash room, TV, telephone, Internet, 24-hour hot water etc
Certificates: The IFIS of NJU provides academic result and formal language training certificates for those
students who have finished these training programs.
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Samples of Short-term Program
Chinese + Chinese Economy Courses
While Learning Chinese, you will get a glimpse of how business is
done in China as well as how Chinese economy is steadily growing.
Curriculum:
•Business Chinese
•An Introduction to the Chinese Economy
•Chinese Economy and Business Development
•The Economy of the Lower Yangtze
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Chinese + Environment Science Course
Protection of the environment plays a vital role in the development
Chinese economy. This program will give you an introduction to Chinese
environment polices and how China faces its environment concerns.
Curriculum :
•Chinese
•The Economy of the Lower Yangtze
•Environmental Studies in China
•The Environmental Health of the Lower Yangtze
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Chinese + Engineering Courses
This program will introduce you to how
globalization affects the Engineering
and Technology sectors in China.
Curriculum :
•Chinese
•Globalization, Engineering, and
Technology
•Financial or Electronic Engineering
•Chinese Culture
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Chinese + International Relations Courses
This program gives a brief introduction to
China’s foreign policy with special emphasis on
its evolution and how it defines its national
interest.
Curriculum:
•Chinese
•China’s Foreign Policy
•A Survey of the Third Sector in China
•Chinese History or Chinese Culture
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Chinese + Chinese Culture Courses
This program gives a general survey of Chinese history and
civilization and deal with selected topics in traditional, modern,
and contemporary Chinese culture.
Curriculum :
•Chinese
•Chinese Culture
•Ancient Chinese philosophy
•Chinese Calligraphy and Painting
Chinese + Chinese Literature Courses
This program focuses on the Tang Poetry and one or two of the
best-known novels with selected readings of the particular
Chinese texts .
Curriculum:
•Chinese
•Selected Readings of the Tang Poems
•Selected Readings of Chinese Novels
•Ancient Chinese philosophy
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• With its highly-qualified faculty, excellent
teaching quality, rich variety of courses,
wide range of majors and research fields,
the Institute for International Students
warmly welcomes students and scholars
from abroad to study at Nanjing
University.
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