2013 College Student Summer Camp
This announcement is brought to you as a service of the UAA CI. The 2013 American College Student Summer Camp program is organized by the Beijing International Chinese college (BICC) and funded by the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban). UAA's CI can assist students with questions in communicating with BICC, help students apply for their visas for China, and offer a pre-departure orientation. In providing this service, UAA in no way endorses the program, nor has the university vetted the program.
Jul 01,2013 - Jul 14,2013 : College Student Summer Camp Program:
This" Learning Chinese Language, Experiencing Chinese Culture "summer camp is hosted by the Confucius Institute Headquarters and organized by Beijing International Chinese College (BICC). Through two weeks' vivid Chinese class, the campers can improve their capability on Spoken Chinese and cultivate their interest on Chinese study. Through the rich and colorful traditional Chinese culture experience courses, the campers can gain a deeper understanding on Chinese culture. Through discussions with Chinese families and Chinese students, strengthen understandings and friendship between Chinese and American young students.
Join us, you will not only improve your Chinese swiftly, but also learn more about the profound Chinese culture.
2.Age: 18-25 college students
3.Chinese proficiency: (1) Beginners (2) Elementary students
4.Be interested in Chinese language and culture
We will pay for: free airport pick-up and drop off, courses, meals, accommodation and cost of visiting. Please note that free airport service is provided on condition that students arrive and depart on time. Pick up time: Jul. 01st; Drop off time: Jul, 14th. Students will be living in our foreign students' dormitory or express hotels near the school.
You will pay for: round-trip air ticket, insurance, visa, and after-school activities.
Please download and fill out the application form online: http://www.bicc.org.cn/news_info.asp?info_id=70.Send it to email@example.com the deadline of April 30th, 2013. The class size is limited so please contact early.2013 Summer Camp Application form .doc
2013 American Students Chinese Summer Camp
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New: 2013 Hight School Students Summer Camp
This announcement is brought to you as a service of the UAA-CI. The 2013 High School Student Summer Camp program has been announced by the Hanban (the Office of Chinese Language Council International). It is organized by the Confucius Institute Headquarters and funded by the Hanban. Students who apply for the camp will have the opportunity to visit Chinese cities, learn the Chinese language and experience the Chinese culture. The Hanban covers applicant activities, lodging, food, and ground transportation fees while in China and applicants need to pay for their international airfare, travel insurance, and visa fee.For high school summer camp, supervision is important, so the Hanban provides funding for one chaperone for every 10 students. Detailed description and information can be accessed in the attached Hanban documents.
The summer camp time will be held in July 2013 and the application deadline is April 25th, 2013. The application process is listed below:
1.Students apply to their schools and the school responsible persons send all the scanned applications to the UAA Confucius Institute via email (at: UAACI@uaa.alaska.edu) .
2.The UAA-CI sends the applications to the Confucius Institute Headquarters for review and approval.
3.The Confucius Institute Headquarters sends back the approved applications and the UAA-CI notifies each school to confirm the numbers of approved applicants.
4.Each school gathers the passports of accepted applicants and sends to the UAA-CI by mail (at: Confucius Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Rasmuson Hall 115,3211 Providence Drive Anchorage, AK 99508).
5.The UAA-CI sends all the applicants' passport to the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco to get the vises.
6.The UAA-CI sends back passports with issued vises back to each school.
7.The UAA-CI provides a pre-departure orientation to all the applicants face to face or virtually.
All applicants will form a large group for the trip. Last year, Bartlett High School at Anchorage functioned as the group leader and took a group of 14 students to attend the 2012 summer camp. Therefore, schools and school districts with fewer students are encouraged to contact Bartlett High School or Anchorage School District for detailed information about how to join the group.
As indicated above, the UAA-CI facilitates the application process by passing on the applications submitted by schools to the Confucius Institute Headquarters, helping the applicants to apply for their visas for China and offering a pre-departure orientation. In providing this service, UAA in no way endorses the program, nor has the university vetted the program. The Anchorage School District is responsible for candidate selection.
The 2013 High School Summer Camp Program information and application forms for students and chaperons are attached here for your convenience. If you have any questions about the application for the 2013 High School Student Summer Camp, please contact the Confucius Institute at UAA at 907-786-1760.