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  • Registration
    Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact 30 Nov Written by Super User Published 30 November 0001 Hits 9390 Category Test Registration Registration From October 2010 onward all registrations for Chinese Proficiency should be made online at the Chinese International Test Service website To do this you should Register as a user of the Chinese International Test Service Apply a test from HSK YCT and BCT and the level of the test Pay registration fee online Print your test admission card Before you start your application please have to hand a digital passport photograph For the details see How to register and apply test 2 If you want take a test you should complete your registration and application before the deadline which is 27 days before the day on which the test is held For example if you want to take the test on 17th April you should complete your registration before 21st March Prev Next Thanks for sharing Test CII Introduction New HSK Test New YCT Test New BCT Test Test Fees Registration How to register and apply test Downloads FAQ Exam Timetable Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin

    Original URL path: http://www.ucdcii.ie/test/bct/19-cii/test/43-registration (2016-02-09)
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  • How to register and apply test
    just mentioned above Or after you login the website http www chinesetest cn fill in your email address and password used in your registration in User name and Password boxes respectively then click the link log in 2 In newly opened page hit the link Test Registration 3 Find and click the link with the test you want to apply for on the left 4 Hit the button Register Now on the upper right hand corner in the next window 5 After filling in the information required and you have made sure there is no error hit the button Submit 6 When you submit successfully a new page will pop up and you are supposed to fill in your personal information required After filling in this information correctly click the button Next Step 7 On next page you are supposed to upload your photo which will be used in your testing admission card After you have found and uploaded your photo successfully you can see the photo in preview box then click the button Next Step 8 Now you come to the confirmation page If you are sure that there is no mistake hit the button Finish Or you can hit Previous to make the necessary corrections When you see this message your online application is finished You will shortly receive an email at the address provided in your application Back to top How to pay the registration fee When you have finished your application you should pay the registration fee online Please pay your exam fee online here to complete your registration process For amount please click http www cii ie index php 2014 03 07 17 53 48 introduction 19 uncategorised test 42 test fees Reference Field should be inserted with Exam Name Level and Date as shown

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  • FAQ
    time you take HSK exam 4 When is the deadline for online registration Deadline for online registration is 4 weeks before the exam date 5 Need more guidance for online registration Please visit www cii ie for guidance on Registration 6 Anything I need to pay special attention while registering Please provide valid email address contact number in order to make sure you can always be informed with our latest notice Please provide valid postal address If you would like to take HSK Level 4 5 or 6 you will need to upload a passport photo 7 What should I do after finishing online registration Please pay your exam fee online here to complete your registration process Reference Field should be inserted with Exam Name Level and Date as shown below You should make the payment before the deadline which is 4 weeks before the test you have applied for for example if you apply the test on 17th October the deadline for the payment is 20th September Only registration with confirmed payments will be issued exam admission card 8 When is the deadline for payment Deadline for payment is 4 weeks prior to the exam date 9 How much do I need to pay for the exam Please click here to check exam fees 10 Something important you REALLY need to know Failure of payment before deadline will cause cancellation of your registration Payment without completion of online registration will NOT be accepted 11 What is the last IMPORTANT thing I need to do before taking the exam Please log in the test service website www chinesetest cn by inputting the user name and password and then print your Test Admission Card on the Personal Center page Printing of the card is available 7 10 days before the test

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  • Exam Timetable
    Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact 30 Nov Written by Super User Published 30 November 0001 Hits 7264 Category Test Exam Timetable 2016 Chinese Test Timetable TEST DATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE HSK 20 Mar 22 Feb 12 Nov 16 Oct HSKK 20 Mar 22 Feb YCT 21 May 24 Apr 19 Nov 23 Oct BCT 6 Nov 10 Oct Table of Year 2016 HSK Exam date 20th Mar 2016 Registration deadline 22nd Feb 2016 Exam date 12th Nov 2016 Registration deadline 16th Oct 2016 HSKK Exam date 20th Mar 2016 Registration deadline 22nd Feb 2016 YCT Exam date 21st May 2016 Registration deadline 24th Apr 2016 Exam date 19th Nov 2016 Registration deadline 23rd Oct 2016 BCT Exam date 6th Nov 2016 Registration deadline 10th Oct 2016 The registration have already started Please note the deadline of registration is 4 weeks before the exam date We are looking forward to seeing you soon at the exam Next Thanks for sharing Test CII Introduction New HSK Test New YCT Test New BCT Test Test Fees Registration How to register and apply test Downloads FAQ Exam Timetable Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin

    Original URL path: http://www.ucdcii.ie/test/bct/19-cii/test/261-exam-timetable (2016-02-09)
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  • The Research and Development of Teaching Materials
    traditional and modern aspects of Chinese culture and to support students learning some of the Chinese language integrated into the teaching of each topic The focus is on self directed learning awakening curiosity about the Chinese language and culture In order to broaden accessibility to Chinese to all schools there was a strong emphasis on designing a transition unit that could be taught by Irish teachers supported by relevant and interesting resources that would allow teachers and students to engage in a real way with Chinese language and culture The unit is supported by online materials a DVD and a teacher s handbook all available through the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment and the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Updated version of the Teaching Pack for TY Unit In March to May 2013 the CII conducted a feedback survey among the teachers and students of 49 secondary schools in order to know about their evaluation towards the TY Chinese culture and language course Based upon the result of the survey in July and August 2013 the CII organized Chinese teachers who are teaching in secondary schools to work on an updated version of Teaching Pack as a supplementary to the previous one The updated version continued to focus on the core concept of student centered on the basis of the learning characteristics and interests of TY students It focuses on interactive classroom rich multi media and easy operation thus was highly acclaimed by the teachers and students since September 2013 A Breakthrough Progress made in the promotion of Chinese Language and Culture Since June 2013 the CII has been working as a key partner in the research and development of Short Course Chinese led by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment NCCA The course will

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  • Irish Secondary School Teachers’ Training Programme by UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland
    Chinese teachers also increases On 3rd May 2012 the Teaching Pack on Chinese Culture and Language for Transition Year was launched At the launch organised by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment NCCA the Minister for Education and Skills Ruairí Quinn T D announced that from 2014 a short course of 100 hours in Chinese language and culture would be an option in the new Junior Cycle programme and that Chinese would be included as a subject in the Leaving Certificate Examination in due course This shows Chinese language and culture as an important component of the Irish education system and symbolizes a significant milestone in the promotion of Chinese language and culture in Ireland However these goals also pose a great challenge to the training programme of Irish Chinese teachers The UCD CII is dedicated to the development of Chinese education in Ireland and continues to increase the nationwide scale of Chinese teaching strengthen the Chinese teachers abilities and improve the quality of Chinese teaching itself In order to cater for the growing demand of Chinese language and culture education in Irish secondary schools and deal with the shortage of Chinese teachers the UCD CII launched training programmes for Irish teachers in 2011 These included training on Happy Chinese teaching materials Irish Chinese teacher training in East China Normal University in Shanghai and training on the Teaching Pack on Chinese Culture and Language for Transition Year Up to the end of 2013 591 Irish teachers have attended these training programmes in the UCD CII The training programmes launched so far have made great contributions to the promotion of Chinese culture and the sustainable development of Chinese education in Ireland The training programmes for Irish teachers include The training course on Happy Chinese teaching materials The Training Course for

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  • Chinese, a Curricular Subject for Irish Post-Primary Schools
    as a pilot programme to five schools for three years The project has attracted the attention of the Irish media and public and the Irish government attaches great importance to it Further to the successful launch of the research report UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland under the guidance and supports of the CI Headquarters and the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment NCCA in Ireland is in the process of developing Chinese language and culture as a fully recognised Transition Year curriculum unit for Irish post primary schools 45 hours teaching materials for the unit have been developed and produced including on line materials workshops games for both indoor and outdoor activities face to face materials and DVDs At a workshop organised by UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland teachers from over 10 representing schools provided very positive feedback Students enjoyed the workshop on Chinese paper cutting The teaching materials have been piloted by 20 selected schools in the academic year of 2010 11 and are in the process of being revised according to feedback received from Irish secondary school teachers and pupils Based on the pilot year the descriptor will be reviewed and finalised for formal approval by the NCCA In the academic year 2011 12 Chinese language and culture will be officially taught in Irish post primary schools nationally firstly as a transition year unit but with the aim of expanding to become a full curricular subject Dr Hugh Brady UCD president and Mr Liu Biwei Chinese Ambassador to Ireland observing the Mandarin teaching offered by UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland to the girls in Loreto Secondary School Bray The project has received an overwhelming positive response from Irish secondary schools and among the 20 schools who are piloting the teaching programme there are top three fee paying schools

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  • Doing Business in China: The Irish Experience
    a significant presence in China The research team carried the first nation wide survey research ever conducted among Irish companies enterprises and universities The survey data came from 117 respondents out of 600 questionnaires and 28 interviewees located in both countries The major report titled Irish Business in China Meeting the Inter Cultural Challenges was launched in October 2009 and received a high degree of attention and praise in Ireland at the premier meeting of the Ireland China Association for that year At that meeting it was commented that the research provides an invaluable experience and guidance for Irish people who are doing business in China or are considering doing so Following positive feedbacks from the report Blackhall Publishing an Irish publisher published it as a book titled Doing Business in China the Irish Experience The book has been displayed in the Irish Pavilion of Shanghai Expo since it opened in May 2010 When the Irish President Mary McAleese visited Shanghai Expo on the Irish Pavilion Day 17 th June 2010 Dr Liming Wang Director of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland and Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at UCD presented the book to the President and she received it with pleasure Dr Liming Wang Director of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland presents the book to the Irish President Mary McAleese on 17 June 2010 Since the publication of the book the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland has been based on in depth interviews with Irish people with many years business experience in China proposing a new book titled Road to Success the Similarities and Differences between Irish and Chinese Business Culture This will be a follow on and a companion volume of Doing Business in China the Irish Experience Its aim is to help Irish people who are engaged for

    Original URL path: http://www.ucdcii.ie/projects/item/34-doing-business-in-china-the-irish-experience (2016-02-09)
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