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EBCL Project – European Symposium (News)

Events Headline NewsPublished November 11, 2012 at 17:41 No Comments

EBCL Brussels Symposium   After a 2-year-long collaboration endeavour the EBCL Project finally embraced the moment to share its outcomes with a wider community of stakeholders and professionals committed to developing Chinese language learning and teaching in Europe – the European Symposium on Benchmarking Chinese Language was held at Brussels, Belgium, thanks to Prof Piet
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EBCL London Seminar 3

Events NewsPublished October 5, 2012 at 09:57 No Comments

  EBCL London Seminar 3 SOAS, University of London   Programme   Sponsored by London Confucius Institute, the SOAS team of the European Benchmarking Chinese Language (EBCL) project organised its additional seminar with a group of 15 teachers of Chinese and professionals in examination from various UK institutions at Room 559, College Building, SOAS on
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EBCL Project European Symposium (Programme)

Events Headline NewsPublished September 20, 2012 at 22:09 No Comments

  European Symposium on Benchmarking Chinese Language 欧洲汉语能力基准讨论会 Friday 19th October and Saturday 20th October 2012 Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium         The Project 项目概要 The European Benchmarking Chinese Language Project (EBCL) is an EU-funded project. The main aim of the project is to create a benchmark framework for Chinese, based upon
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EBCL Project – Berlin Seminar (News)

Events Headline NewsPublished May 3, 2012 at 10:49 No Comments

EBCL Project Members   The European Benchmarking Chinese Language Project (EBCL) teams and partners met again at Freie University Berlin between 27th and 29th April 2012, with its second day as an open consultation. In 2011, EBCL project held two seminars at Rome (20th-21st May) and Paris (14th-15th October) respectively to frame and flesh out
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EBCL Project Survey (Active)

Events Headline NewsPublished October 25, 2011 at 13:54 No Comments

Registration still open – Please click here EBCL – General Information The EBCL Project has conducted its survey on the Chinese language teaching at institutions across Europe since the project launch in Nov 2010 and initial analysis has been completed. As an ongoing process, we would like to keep the survey activated and invite participants
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EBCL Project – Paris Seminar (News)

Events Headline NewsPublished October 19, 2011 at 15:55 No Comments

  The European Benchmarking Chinese Language Project (EBCL) team successfully held its second seminar at the research centre of Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO), Paris between 14th and 15th October 2011. In addition to the project teams from partner institutions, two key members of the project’s advisory board, Professor Wolfgang Mackiewicz, president
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EBCL Project – Paris Seminar (Programme)

Events Headline NewsPublished July 21, 2011 at 22:27 No Comments

  EBCL PROJECT – PARIS SEMINAR Date:            OCTOBER 14-15, 2011 Venue:      INALCO/La Belle Gabrielle (Research and Doctoral Studies) 49 bis avenue de la Belle Gabrielle – 75012 Paris (Inalco Google map) (Direction by bus: take 112  from  “Château de Vincennes” to “ Mortemart” stop / R.E.R. line A  to “Nogent-sur-Marne” stop)   Paris Seminar
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EBCL Rome Seminar (News)

Headline NewsPublished June 6, 2011 at 16:24 No Comments

The European Benchmark Chinese Language Project (EBCL) team held its first seminar between the 20th and 21th May 2011 in La Sapienza, University of Rome. Apart from the project team, Professor Joel Bellassen, a member of the project advisory panel and the general inspector for Chinese at the French Ministry of Education also attended the
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EBCL Project Rome Seminar (Programme)

Headline NewsPublished June 2, 2011 at 18:07 Comments Off

Date: MAY 20-21, 2011 Venue: Italian Institute of Oriental Studies University of Rome “Sapienza” Via Principe Amedeo 182/b 00185 Rome What is the EBCL Project? EBCL is a European project currently carried out by a team of four Universities:London School of Oriental and African Studies, University of Rennes 2, Freie Universität of Berlin and University
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