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mackie1402

Has anyone studied the Chinese Language 4-year degree at Zhejiang Uni? I'm wondering what the schedule is like, how many classes per day and a typical weekly timetable. Thanks!

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Alex_Hart
On 9/14/2018 at 10:37 AM, mackie1402 said:

Has anyone studied the Chinese Language 4-year degree at Zhejiang Uni? I'm wondering what the schedule is like, how many classes per day and a typical weekly timetable. Thanks!

I have a friend in the program now. I believe for the first two years, the schedule is similar to the language program: two classes per day, five days a week, each class is an hour and a half. There are writing, reading, spoken and listening classes (I think reading is daily, the others are less often). This year, he has some courses in the afternoon.

 

If I'm not mistaken, your third and fourth year are devoted to normal BA courses. These aren't going to be as predictable as your first two years since you have some room to pick your own courses and schedule.

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Alex_Hart
On 8/27/2018 at 6:09 PM, yin said:

I am going to ZJU for my Masters. My major is chinese history, so who was told that I would live in Xixi campus, but another guy said, Humanites major also move to zijinggang campus from this year. I don't know what is true. please tell me about this problem.  

 

Are you doing your MA this year or doing a year of language prep first? I'm in the Chinese history department as well!

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Liubov

Next year I am going to Hangzhou, Zhejiang University for one semester, so I am worrying a little bit. Do you have any advice for me? What I have to bring there? How’s dormitory? Best places to eat? Must-seen places? Anything is useful. Thank you. 

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ana_hwang

Hi all,

 

I am planning to go to ZheDa for CIS scholarship of one year academic study in 2019. Anyone has the same experience? Because from what I read in the previous pages, mostly you apply for CSC scholarship, is it? Anyone applied for CIS before? Care to share your experience? Thank you :)

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Alex_Hart
On 11/27/2018 at 1:46 AM, Liubov said:

Next year I am going to Hangzhou, Zhejiang University for one semester, so I am worrying a little bit. Do you have any advice for me? What I have to bring there? How’s dormitory? Best places to eat? Must-seen places? Anything is useful. Thank you. 

Check the thread; many of your questions have already been answered. 

On 12/26/2018 at 10:18 AM, ana_hwang said:

I am planning to go to ZheDa for CIS scholarship of one year academic study in 2019. Anyone has the same experience? Because from what I read in the previous pages, mostly you apply for CSC scholarship, is it? Anyone applied for CIS before? Care to share your experience? Thank you :)

I have the CSC but I've met a lot of people on CIS here. I haven't heard any complaints; they seem to be pretty similar, but I think CIS might have a slightly smaller stipend.

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