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HAO YUE has successfully completed her 3-year work placement at the Confucius Institute, University of Southampton

Published: 20 July 2016
Hao Yue with students at Mansbridge
Hao Yue with students at Mansbridge


Yue completed her Master of Science degree in Educational Management and Leadership at the University of Southampton, UK. Following the completion of her MSc, Yue joined the Confucius Institute (CI), University of Southampton in November 2013. As a Chinese Mandarin teacher her main responsibility for the Confucius Institute was to deliver Mandarin Chinese language courses both within the University and in the local schools & colleges. She also supported CI in the delivery of events showcasing aspects of Chinese culture. Other responsibilities included:

· Built up Confucius classroom at a local primary school from scratch

· Taught Confucius Institute outreach classes & non-credit-bearing intensive summer courses

· Taught credit-bearing beginner-level Chinese modules to undergraduates from 2014-2016

· Developed Chinese teaching materials & syllabi for a range of programmes

· Planned & created e-Learning resources for CI ‘WeMandarin’ project

· Designed and marked exam papers; Conducted oral & written assessments & reports

· Coordinated a dozen of Chinese culture events in campus and local schools yearly

· Liaised with part-time helpers, student association and other local organizations

· Delivered Chinese culture workshops, including: tea art, creative Chinese painting, calligraphy, folk dance

· Provided 1-to-1 Chinese tuition for members of staff of upper-intermediate level

· Trained University pre-sessional project helpers to understand China & Chinese culture

· Led British university students summer program group trip to China

· Organised & invigilated HSK/YCT Chinese proficiency tests

· Assisted students to apply Confucius Institute & British Council scholarships to study/work in China


Yue completed PGCAP (Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice) in 2016 and now she is recognised as a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK. She is a member of Chinese art Southampton. She plays pipa, a traditional Chinese musical instrument.



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