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    Teaching Pack makes use of knowledge on all aspects of China and Ireland with innovative ideas to create a pleasant learning environment for students The staff at the UCD Confucius Institute have spent three years completing the Teaching Pack and adapting it to the needs of Irish secondary school Transition Year teaching styles It incorporates innovative methods and extensive resources for student centred overseas Chinese teaching Focusing on Chinese culture and also Chinese language the Teaching Pack entertains the students while also educating them which suits the teaching requirements of the Transition Year Having given full consideration to the psychological traits of secondary school students whilst choosing the topics and content the Teaching Pack emphasizes the involvement of students in class activities thus creating a student centred atmosphere While having certain interconnections with each topic is complete and independent providing a chance for the teachers to choose whichever ones they like Local resources in Ireland have been used to enrich the teaching content The resource package has been designed specifically for Irish teachers the content is all written in English Chinese vocabulary teaching content is equipped with audio bites for ease of pronunciation content includes not only classic rich Chinese cultural themes but also corresponds to the relevant Irish examples which teachers and students are familiar with and in turn helps to eliminate the strangeness students may feel in the process of learning Chinese culture and language Combined with the knowledge Irish teachers have of their students and what they have learnt in the past or are learning at present the flexibility of topics is ideal The Teaching Pack of the Chinese language and culture course descriptions have been approved by the NCCA and 14 sets of PPT courseware have been produced The 14 topics are General introduction Secondary school life Music and Chinese opera Chinese food and tea Chinese history Chinese economy Chinese festivals Chinese traditional medicine Chinese characters and calligraphy Chinese sports and Kung Fu Chinese family Chinese handicrafts Travel in China and Chinese films These 14 topics also contain the relevant background cultural information notes and lesson plans designed to reduce Irish teachers lesson preparation time reduce the difficulty of teaching this subject and to better integrate the subject with other subjects and disciplines Using advanced digital technology as a tool to improve teaching The Teaching Pack contains 14 sets of PPT courseware multimedia teaching materials such as audio video and animation to bring this ancient culture to life through fresh new and vivid visualizations The use of these advanced technological means not only raises the students enthusiasm but also enhances the operability of the teaching itself so that the local teachers limited understanding of Chinese language and culture after brief training is of no impediment This in turn helps to promote Chinese and the teaching of Chinese culture to promote a smooth expansion of the Transition Year programme The three years of effort put in to the Teaching Pack have finally achieved great success From the

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    Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Prof YI Zhihong Category Executive Board Vice President of Renmin University of China UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Professor Yang Huilin Category Executive Board Professor Yang Huilin UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Professor Joseph McMahon Professor Joseph McMahon UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Professor Liming Wang Director UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland and Irish Institute for Chinese Studies University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail liming wang ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Professor Zhang Xiaojing Director of International Office at Renmin University of China RUC UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Prof Dermot Moran PhD DLitt MRIA Prof Dermot Moran PhD

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    3 600 Grade Three B1 HSK Level 2 300 Grade Two A2 HSK Level 1 150 Grade One A1 CLPS Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages CEF The Common European Framework Reference for Language a HSK Level 1Designed for learners who can understand and use some simple Chinese characters and sentences to communicate and prepares them for continuing their Chinese studies b HSK Level 2Designed for elementary learners who can use Chinese in a simple and direct manner applying it in a basic fashion in their daily lives c HSK Level 3Designed for elementary intermediate learners who can use Chinese to serve the demands of their personal lives studies and work and are capable of completing most of the communicative tasks they experience during their Chinese tour d HSK Level 4Designed for intermediate learners who can discuss a relatively wide range of topics in Chinese and are capable of communicating with Chinese speakers at a high standard e HSK Level 5Designed for learners who can read Chinese newspapers and magazines watch Chinese films and are capable of writing and delivering a lengthy speech in Chinese f HSK Level 6Designed for learners who can easily understand any information communicated in Chinese and are capable of smoothly expressing themselves in written or oral form Test Principles Following the principle of combing testing and teaching the new test is designed in line with the present situation of international Chinese language teaching and the teaching materials that are commonly available with the aim of promoting teaching and learning through examinations The new HSK test stresses objectivity and accuracy and also focuses on developing and testing an examinees ability to apply Chinese in practical real life situations The new HSK test also sets explicit study objectives allowing examinees to more effectively improve their Chinese proficiency with defined study plans and goals Test Functions Taking its orientation from the old HSK test the new HSK test is aimed primarily at adult Chinese learners The test scores meet the various demands of different organizations or groups of people as follows Offers a reference for educational institutions to recruit students classify students exempt students from some courses and grant credits Offers a reference for employers to employ train and promote employees Offers a reference for Chinese learners to understand and improve their ability to apply Chinese Offers a reference for related Chinese teaching institutions or training organizations to evaluate teaching standards and the effectiveness of different training Test Score Report Within three weeks after the test examinees can access their test scores on the internet and have their Score Report issued by Hanban New YCT Test Introduction on New YCT Test In order to encourage non native primary and secondary school students to learn Chinese and improve their Chinese level Hanban has consulted a large number of both foreign and national experts in language teaching linguistics educational evaluation and psychology to assess the standard of Chinese language testing abroad since 2004 Based on their investigations and some new understandings regarding the shortcomings of Chinese language testing today Hanban has applied the latest research methodology in foreign language testing to develop a new YCT test Test Structure Young Learners Chinese Test is a standardized international Chinese proficiency test directed at examining non native primary and secondary school students capability in applying Chinese language in their studies personal lives and work It consists of two independent parts a written test and an oral test The written test is comprised of YCT Level 1 YCT Level 2 YCT Level 3 YCT Level 4 while the oral test is comprised of YCT Elementary and YCT Intermediate During the oral test sound recording devices are used Written TestOral Test YCT Level 1 YCT Elementary YCT Level 2 YCT Level 3 YCT Level 4 YCT Intermediate Test Levels The direct comparison between the new YCT test and Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages The Common European Framework Reference for Language CEF and the new HSK is as follows New HSKNew YCTVocabularyCLPSCEF HSK Level 6 Over 5000 Grade Five C2 HSK Level 5 2500 C1 HSK Level 4 1200 Grade Four B2 HSK Level 3 YCT Level 4 600 Grade Three B1 HSK Level 2 YCT Level 3 300 Grade Two A2 HSK Level 1 YCT Level 2 150 Grade One A1 YCT Level 1 80 CLPS Chinese Language Proficiency Scales for Speakers of Other Languages CEF The Common European Framework Reference for Language a YCT Level 1Examinees who passed YCT Level 1 can understand and use some most frequently used Chinese words and sentences and prepare themselves for continuing their Chinese studies b YCT Level 2Examinees who passed YCT Level 2 can understand and use some simple Chinese words and sentences to communicate c YCT Level 3Examinees who passed YCT Level 3 can use Chinese in a simple and direct way applying it in a basic topic in their daily lives d YCT Level 4Examinees who passed YCT Level 4 can use Chinese to serve their demands in their personal lives and studies and are able to complete most of the communicative tasks they experience during their China tour Test Principles Following the principle of combining testing and teaching the new test is designed in line with the present situation of international Chinese language teaching and the teaching materials that are commonly available with the aim of promoting teaching and learning through examinations Test Functions Offers a reference for Chinese learners to understand and improve their ability to apply Chinese Offers a reference for schools to evaluate their teaching standards Offers a reference for related Chinese teaching institutions or training organizations to evaluate teaching standards and the effectiveness of different training Offers a reference for Chinese learners who want to take HSK test Test Score Report Within three weeks after the test examinees can get their Score Report issued by Hanban New BCT Test Introduction of Business Chinese Test The Business Chinese Test BCT is a standardized test for non native Chinese speakers and is designed to assess their Mandarin Chinese language proficiency in business related communication and activities Key features of BCT are that its content is practically applicable and communicable The BCT is held in China and many other countries around the world including Ireland BCT test takers receive a report of their score and successful candidates receive a BCT Certificate Examination Candidates BCT is suitable for non native Chinese speakers engaged in a wide range of professional pursuits with application to daily communication in the working environment Chinese Language Proficiency Scales BCT has 5 levels that BCT applies to assess test takers Chinese language proficiency are set out as follows Level 1 Generally unable to apply Chinese in their business activities Level 2 Can use Chinese to serve the basic communication needs of their business activities Level 3 Can use Chinese effectively in their business activities Level 4 Can use Chinese skillfully in their business activities Level 5 Can use Chinese freely and appropriately in their business activities Test Scores Reports and Certificate There are two independent tests in the BCT BCT Listening Reading and BCT Speaking Writing Candidates can choose one or both tests The detail of BCT as shown in the table below Test TypeTest ItemNumber of TasksDuration of Test minutes BCT Listening Reading Listening 50 100 40 100 Reading 50 60 BCT Speaking Writing Speaking 2 4 10 50 Writing 2 40 Each skill of listening speaking reading and writing scores from 0 to 500 points respectively and each 100 points represents a grade or level The total score for BCT Listening Reading is the sum of the points scored for the two skills of listening and reading and that of BCT Speaking Writing is the sum of the points scored for the two skills of speaking and writing Thus total scores range from 0 to 1000 points There is no Level 1 Certificate awarded If a candidate s total score for BCT Listening Reading or BCT Speaking Writing reaches 201 400 a BCT Level 2 Certificate for either Listening Reading or Speaking Writing will be awarded and 401 600 will gain a Level 3 Certificate and so forth Mapping of levels and certificate awarded to scores is set out below LevelMonomialTotal 1 0 100 0 200 2 101 200 201 400 3 201 300 401 600 4 301 400 601 800 5 401 500 801 1000 Certificates are valid for two years from the date of examination Test Principles Following the principle of combing testing and teaching the new test is designed in line with the present situation of international Chinese language teaching and the teaching materials that are commonly available with the aim of promoting teaching and learning through examinations Use of the BCT Evaluating business Chinese proficiency for recruitment selection employment task allocation and promotion purposes Learners self assessment of progress and needs Evaluating teaching standards and effectiveness Supporting teacher training provision Test Fees Registration Fee Free Test Fees For HSK Written TestFee Euro Oral TestFee Euro Level 1 20 Elementary 20 Level 2 30 Level 3 40 Intermediate 30 Level 4 50 Level 5 60 Advanced 45 Level 6 65 For YCT Written and ListeningFee Euro Oral TestFee Euro Level 1 5 Elementary 10 Level 2 10 Level 3 15 Intermediate 15 Level 4 20 For BCT Skills TestedFee Euro Listening and Reading 35 Speaking and Writing 45 Notes The test Fee should be paid when confirming your registration The test Fee is non refundable If you are unable to attend your test you should notify the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland up to two days before and a later test date will be arranged for you Group Registration test fees will be discounted 10 percent 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 How to register and apply test How to register and apply test in website of Chinese International Test Service How to registerHow to apply for a testHow to pay registration feeHow to print your test admission card How to register 1 Log on the following website using Microsoft Internet Explorer http www chinesetest cn To change to English version click the arrow and choose English 2 Click the link New user 3 In the pop up window fill in all the information required After you have filled in all the information and made sure there is no mistake then click the button Submit You will see the message as follows This means your registration has been completed Back to top How to apply for a test 1 Log in on the test application page You can just click the link Register now when you get to the Successfully registered as a website user message 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 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 tickets If you have any difficulty to pay your fee online or any questions regarding payment please do not hesitate to contact us at Downloads HSK HSKK HSKK Marking Criteria HSK Level 1 HSK Level 2 HSK Level 3 HSK Level 4 HSK Level 5 HSK Level 6 YCT YCT Level 1 YCT Level 2 YCT Level 3 YCT Level 4 BCT Sample Test BCT sample listening pdf BCT sample speaking pdf BCT sample reading pdf BCT sample writing pdf BCT Answer Sheet for Listening Reading pdf BCT Answer Sheet for Writing pdf Introduction Available courses 31st Mar to 6th June 2014 City centre class 54 Merrion Square English in Dublin Dublin 2 UCD Belfield campus class UCD Science Centre Hub CHINESE LANGUAGE Chinese for Beginners Level 1 Post Beginner Chinese Level 2 Pre Intermediate Chinese Level 3 Lower Intermediate Chinese Level 4 Intermediate Chinese Level 5 Upper intermediate Chinese Level 6 Advanced Chinese Multi skill CHINESE CULTURE Chinese Calligraphy Chinese Corner Session Series Chinese Martial Arts and Taiji Quan Session Series Chinese Painting Chinese Cooking Course DOWNLOAD FORM Please bring or post completed application forms to UCD Confucius Institute for IrelandRoebuck AnnexeUCD BelfieldDublin 4 Teaching Pack Download Teaching Pack Register Account Online This Teaching Pack makes use of knowledge on all aspects of China and Ireland with innovative ideas to create a pleasant learning environment for students The staff at the UCD Confucius Institute have spent three years completing the Teaching Pack and adapting it to the needs of Irish secondary school Transition Year teaching styles It incorporates innovative methods and extensive resources for student centred overseas Chinese teaching Focusing on Chinese culture and also Chinese language the Teaching Pack entertains the students while also educating them which suits the teaching requirements of the Transition Year Having given full consideration to the psychological traits of secondary school students whilst choosing the topics and content the Teaching Pack emphasizes the involvement of students in class activities thus creating a student centred atmosphere While having certain interconnections with each topic is complete and independent providing a chance for the teachers to choose whichever ones they like Local resources in Ireland have been used to enrich the teaching content The resource package has been designed specifically for Irish teachers the content is all written in English Chinese vocabulary teaching content is equipped with audio bites for ease of pronunciation content includes not only classic rich Chinese cultural themes but also corresponds to the relevant Irish examples which teachers and students are familiar with and in turn helps to eliminate the strangeness students may feel in the process of learning Chinese culture and language Combined with the knowledge Irish teachers have of their students and what they have learnt in the past or are learning at present the flexibility of topics is ideal The Teaching Pack of the Chinese language and culture course descriptions have been approved by the NCCA and 14 sets of PPT courseware have been produced The 14 topics are General introduction Secondary school life Music and Chinese opera Chinese food and tea Chinese history Chinese economy Chinese festivals Chinese traditional medicine Chinese characters and calligraphy Chinese sports and Kung Fu Chinese family Chinese handicrafts Travel in China and Chinese films These 14 topics also contain the relevant background cultural information notes and lesson plans designed to reduce Irish teachers lesson preparation time reduce the difficulty of teaching this subject and to better integrate the subject with other subjects and disciplines Using advanced digital technology as a tool to improve teaching The Teaching Pack contains 14 sets of PPT courseware multimedia teaching materials such as audio video and animation to bring this ancient culture to life through fresh new and vivid visualizations The use of these advanced technological means not only raises the students enthusiasm but also enhances the operability of the teaching itself so that the local teachers limited understanding of Chinese language and culture after brief training is of no impediment This in turn helps to promote Chinese and the teaching of Chinese culture to promote a smooth expansion of the Transition Year programme The three years of effort put in to the Teaching Pack have finally achieved great success From the very start to publication the Teaching Pack has undergone numerous modifications Throughout the future use and promotion process we sincerely hope that users at home and abroad will give valuable advice to help

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  • Professor Andrew J Deeks - Biography
    rector John Henry Newman Growing up in Perth Western Australia he was educated at the University of Western Australia where he received a first class honours degree in civil engineering in 1984 After completing his Masters degree he worked in industry briefly before returning to UWA to pursue his PhD and an academic career in 1988 He became a leading expert in computational mechanics specifically in the scaled boundary finite element method which is a semi analytical approach for solving elastostatic elastodynamic and allied problems in engineering He is also highly respected for his research work in structural mechanics structural dynamics and dynamic soil structure interaction He has published more than 160 papers in journals and refereed conference proceedings together with a book and has held a number of significant research grants His strong commitment to students is acknowledged in the prizes and awards he holds for teaching excellence and innovation in teaching In 2004 he was promoted to Winthrop Professor Civil and Resource Engineering and was Head of School from 2004 to 2009 As Head of School Professor Deeks created a new model for industry involvement in the school significantly improved the student experience and doubled student numbers His successful development of partnerships with industry and government bodies led to his election as a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia He developed a range of international partnerships and joint programmes notably with Chinese universities In 2009 Professor Deeks joined Durham University as Pro Vice Chancellor Science where he led the development of the university s global presence strategy and extensive international partnerships particularly in China and Brazil He also championed Durham University s strategic partnership with IBM and contributed to strategic partnerships with Procter Gamble and BG Brasil Professor Deeks was instrumental in the creation of Durham University

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    Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Subcategories News News of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Article Count 26 Events Events of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Article Count 19 HomeSlides Article Count 7 Projects Projects of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Article Count 6 About Article Count 1 Course Article Count 22 Evening Courses Article Count 13 Degree Programmes Article Count 2 Courses for Primary And Post Schools Article Count 1 One To One Tuition Article Count 1 Teacher Training Programmes Article Count 1 Test Article Count 10 Resource Article Count 8 Video Article Count 5 Staff Article Count 51 Institute Staff Article Count 2 Management Team Article Count 2 Executive Board Article Count 6 Full Time Teaching Staff Article Count 33 Part Time Teaching Staff Article Count 6 Part Time Admin Staff Article Count 2 Prof Liming Wang Invited to Attend China s Two Meetings In CII From 3rd March to 12th March Prof Liming Wang Director of the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland was invited as a representative to attend the second session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People s Political Consultative Conference CPPCC Read more Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University

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    Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Subcategories Institute Staff Article Count 2 Management Team Article Count 2 Executive Board Article Count 6 Full Time Teaching Staff Article Count 33 Part Time Teaching Staff Article Count 6 Part Time Admin Staff Article Count 2 Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Republic of Ireland Tel

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    more Ms Zhuo Li Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail zhuoli ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 8819 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Youjuan Cheng Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail youjuan cheng ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 1973 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Dongli Wu Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail dongli wu ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 1973 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Yanxia Liu Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail yanxia liu ucd ie Tel 353 8 7459 3622 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Change Deng Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail change deng ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 1973 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Mr Fangliang Gong Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail fangliang gong ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Xianshu Shen Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail xianshu shen ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Zinan Chen Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail zinan chen ucd ie Tel 353 874651379 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Mr Zhao Cheng Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail zhao cheng ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Shiyan Ge Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail shiyan ge ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Yunhe Chang Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail yunhe chang ucd ie Tel 353 1 063 0683 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Si Li Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail si li ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Yiqi Li Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail yiqi li ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Yannan Liu Mandarin Language Teacher UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail yannan liu ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030

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    Category Part Time Admin Staff Assistant Director UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail james kenny ucd ie Tel 353 1 716 1798 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more Ms Jia Wei Category Part Time Admin Staff Senior Executive Assistant UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland E Mail jia wei ucd ie Tel 353 1 716

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