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Higher and Further Education

Higher Education

At Bangor University, we are able to offer optional Chinese (Mandarin) language and culture modules to students in exchange for academic credits, and it is proposed that seminars about Chinese culture will soon be available on a regular basis.

In 2013, the university also launched a new LLB Degree: Law with Contemporary Chinese Studies, which aims to teach students the fundamentals of law as well as the basic legal skills needed within contemporary Wales, the UK, Europe and the wider international community. The LLB Degree is also designed to help students gain a preliminary understanding of key issues related to the development of contemporary China, and reflects the Confucius Institute’s close relationship with the School of Law at Bangor University.

In addition, 20 students aged 16–30 years are eligible to apply for our annual Summer Camp, which features a two-week guided visit to China (applications to be submitted by April in the intended year of travel).

Further Education

We offer Chinese (Mandarin) language teaching to schools and colleges up to A Level standard, and courses can also be tailored to meet the requirements for the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification (WBQ).

In addition, 20 students aged 16–30 years are eligible to apply for our annual Summer Camp , which features a two-week guided visit to China (applications to be submitted by April in the intended year of travel).

For more information, please email us at: confuciusinstitute@bangor.ac.uk or call: 01248 388555.