First time enrolment in Chinese language courses

If you are enrolling in the beginners' course

Places in CHINESE 100 and CHINESE 100G are strictly limited to students with no or very basic knowledge of the language. Before enrolling please make sure that you have carefully read the course descriptions in the course catalogue on Student Services Online and Chinese.

We will assess your Language Ability Declaration and check your student record.

  • If you are eligible we will email you to confirm. Initiate the enrolment process on Student Services Online if you have not already done so.
  • This is a waitlisted course. Your enrolment will be completed by the Arts Students’ Centre once your Language Ability Declaration has been approved.
  • If you are eligible for a higher level course we will email you to advise what to do next.
     

If you are enrolling in a course above beginners' level

If your first enrolment in a Chinese language course is above the beginners’ course (CHINESE 100 or CHINESE 100G) you may be asked to attend an interview and/or a placement test to confirm the appropriate level of course for your ability.

1. We will assess your Language Ability Declaration and check your student record. We aim to respond within five working days.

2. We will advise you of the place, date and time of your interview and/or placement test by email. If you cannot attend the assessment on the day proposed by the School please let us know as soon as possible.

3. You will be advised of the result on the same day of the interview/placement test. Please apply for an enrolment concession request on Student Services Online for the appropriate course for your ability.

4. If you are an Arts student, the Arts Students’ Centre will check further details and if everything is in order they will finalise your enrolment. If you are not an Arts student your leading faculty students' centre will check further details and if everything is in order they will finalise your enrolment. This may take 5-10 working days.

5. Please check Student Services Online for any further information regarding your enrolment in this course.

Assessment dates

  • Wednesday 29 November 2017
  • Wednesday 10 January 2017
  • Wednesday 24 January 2017
  • Wednesday 7 February 2017
  • Wednesday 21 February 2017

Assessments will be held from 1-2pm in the Pacific Studies Computer Lab (274-130).
 

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