Anyone can apply for the Chinese In-Country program, CDU students, students enrolled at other institutions and members of the public.
If you are taking the program for course credit at CDU, the program is equivalent to a full unit of Mandarin Chinese study. Scholarships may be available.
Students from other institutions
If you are enrolled at another Australian university you may apply for the program but you will need to check with your institution if it will count as credit for your course.
Members of the public
You're welcome to join the in-country program as part of the non-award program of CDU's Confucius Institute.
You will undertake the same study as higher education students and will have the opportunity to complete the same assessments, but no grades will be recorded. You will receive a certificate of attendance. Scholarships are not available for non-award study.
Non-award participants will pay a course fee of A$700 and, like other students, you will be responsible for your own travel, accommodation and living expenses.