Notice of Registration for the 15th ¡°Chinese Program for Foreign Diplomats¡±

[Source]    Confucius Institute Headquarters(Hanban) [Time]    2017-08-03 09:48:18 

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban)! Thanks for your consistent support and care to the Chinese Program for Foreign Diplomats.

We are writing to share great news about the rapid development of the Chinese Program for Foreign Diplomats (CFFD). From 2010 onward, the CFFD has been organized for 14 consecutive terms, and our Chinese courses and cultural workshops are refreshed and have become more fascinating. To date, over 1,200 diplomats from 95 embassies /international organizations have joined us to improve their Chinese language skills. We have developed into a comfortable family, and everyone enjoys their Chinese learning time at Hanban.

Now, our 15th term will be held for you from September to December in 2017. If you are ready to challenge yourself and wish to improve your Chinese language proficiency to a higher level, please email to to for application form, and we¡¯ll send our WeChat /Alipay account to you after receiving your application form. Please transfer the registration fee via WeChat/Alipay ASAP because only 100 seats are available this term. First come, first served. Every applicant has to pay the registration fee (500RMB) to keep the SEAT in the Chinese program. The registration fee includes the cost of textbook, final test and certificate, while each level course is still free for you.

If your colleagues are interested in Chinese learning as well, please share the above mentioned information with them. We are glad to offer you the right and high-quality courses.

Looking forward to seeing you soon and hope you will discover new perspectives about the Chinese language and culture in the coming term.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Sincerely yours,

Annex 1£ºIntroduction of Chinese Courses

Annex 2£ºChinese Program for Foreign Diplomats (Autumn Term, 2017) Course Arrangement


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