With the elevation of China’s global influences and international status, the Chinese language has been attracting a vast number of learners, and is now one of the most attractive languages to learn. On the one hand, Chinese language teaching has been on a rapid rise in many countries; on the other hand, more foreign language speakers go to China to study Chinese language. It is predicted that there will be a steady growth of the demand for Chinese language teachers.
The Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as an International Language programme aims to provide professional pedagogy training as well as content knowledge to university graduates who want to embark on a career in teaching Chinese as an international language to speakers of other languages in international schools.
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