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Dalian University of Technology


Learn Chinese at Top Chinese UniversitiesDalian University of Technology (DUT) is located in the beautiful coastal city of Dalian, Liaoning Province.  Dalian University of Technology is one of China's key universities under the administration of the Ministry of Education.  The university has developed into a comprehensive university of science and technology, focusing on the engineering field, as well as sciences and economic management sciences, social sciences and law. 

Study Mandarin Chinese in ChinaDUT enjoys a good reputation for its efficient management and good environment for study.  The school is known for its motto:  "Unity, Enterprise, Realism and Originality".  DUT has fostered and trained more than 100,000 professionals in its long history.  Now, with the support of “the 985 Project” and “the 211 Project”, DUT is engaged in grasping the historic opportunity of rejuvenating the old northeast industrial base, and implementing a talent-training strategy in the hope of building itself into a world-famous research-oriented university. 

Learn Chinese at Top Chinese UniversitiesDalian University of Technology has established cooperation with almost 140 universities in China and abroad, including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.  The university has also been participating in academic exchanges and cooperation with more than 70 institutions of higher education and scientific research in more than 20 countries and regions.  At present, DUT is focusing more on enhancing its reputation around the world and becoming a more international university.


The university's main focus is on engineering, but it also has faculties of management, education and humanities.  At the moment, the Chinese department has more than 300 students enrolled, including students from the US, UK, Germany, France, Russia, Korea, Thailand and several African countries.  Remarkable achievements made in the programs offered and the extra-curricular activities provided are warmly received by both the teaching staff and the students, attracting more and more newcomers to enroll in the school's programs. 

Two types of Mandarin language programs are offered, intensive classes (2 – 6 weeks and three months) and regular classes (one semester and one year).  The intensive courses are held during the summer and winter vacations, starting from mid-January or mid-July.  Class times are flexible, to suit the particular needs of students, and each class has an average of ten to fifteen students. 

The regular courses start twice a year, in March and September.  Students are placed by an entrance test, with class sizes limited to an average of 15 people in each.  This provides every student with sufficient individual training time with the teacher in class.  Classes range from elementary, through intermediate and advanced, with compulsory courses including listening, writing, speaking, reading and grammar.  Classes are from Monday to Friday, with 24 contact hours for compulsory courses.  Mornings are dedicated to taught sessions, with one afternoon a week also spent in class. 

The university also offers preparatory classes for international students who are interested in taking the HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi), also known as the Chinese proficiency test.  The test is designed to measure the Chinese proficiency level of non-native speakers.  HSK is equivalent to the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and offered at three levels: Basic, Elementary-Intermediate and Advanced. 

DUT also offers a wide range of elective courses such as tai chi, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese culture, Chinese History, audio-visual speaking practice and cooking.  All elective courses are held in the afternoon.  Out of the classroom, speech contests in Chinese supervised by the teachers are organized once every semester with all students participating.


Dalian University of Technology has a staff of over 3,000, including more than 400 professors and over 800 associate professors.  Among the staff are a number of members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), not to mention many recipients of both provincial- and state-level teaching awards and scholarships. 

There are more than 40 teaching staff in the Chinese language department, all of whom are thoroughly trained and highly experienced in teaching Chinese as a second language.  In addition to the full-time teachers of Chinese employed for the Chinese programs, lecturers and professors are invited from the university's Departments of Chinese Language and Mass Media Journalism to teach courses for international students.

Campus Facilities


The library of Dalian University of Technology was established in 1950 and covers an area of 25,000 square meters.  The collections include 200,000 volumes of Chinese language books, 2,200 different Chinese language periodicals, 360,000 foreign language books, 800 foreign language periodicals, 165 types of newspaper, 11,615 video materials, CD-ROM databases, microfiche, electronic periodicals, multimedia CD and VCD, and more than 6,000 thesis and dissertation papers from masters and doctoral students at DUT. 

The library has made great progress in automation and network construction.  An advanced network infrastructure has been established and a retrieval service is provided to users via the campus network and internet.  International students may read in the library but cannot borrow books.  A photocopying service is also available.

The library has been participating in cooperative activities with more than 70 university libraries and information centers in 15 countries.  The library is also playing an important role as a member of the Libraries Association of Dalian City and northeast part of China.    

Opening Hours:  7:50 am – 10 pm via North door; 7:50 am – 9:30 pm via South door

Recreation Facilities

Full sports facilities including a swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, a track and field ground, gym and other low-cost facilities are available to the entire student population.  Optional classes for international students include tai chi, calligraphy, Chinese culture, Chinese current affairs and TV Chinese.  In addition, there is a Chinese competition held every year, a Spring break trip and other outings arranged by the school.


There are several drycleaners and laundry shops on campus and near to the campus. 

Money & Banking

Among other banks on campus, there is a branch of the Bank of China, with 24-hour ATM. 

Medical Care

Although there is no clinic on campus, the nearby Medical Science University has a hospital, the First Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, which provides services to students with English speaking doctors.  Known as the best hospital in Dalian, it is one of China's “Triple-A Level” hospitals and also one of the 100 best hospitals in the country.  Most doctors and staff are able to speak good English.  Well-stocked pharmacies provide Western medication and TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) ingredients.  Payment can be made by cash or credit card. 

Tel:  (86411) 363-4153

Food & Groceries

International students have full access to the convenient campus dining rooms, where it is possible to eat well while spending very little per day.  There are several grocery stores on campus and a bookshop, café, and net bar open every day until late.

Postal Services

There is a post office on campus, from which students can send and receive all mail and packages from China and abroad.  The post office also offers post boxes, postage and packaging supplies.


There are three dormitory buildings for international students, each room designed for two students.  Both air-conditioned and fan-cooled rooms are available.  Most rooms have a TV, phone, ensuite bathroom, common kitchen, washing machine and microwave oven.


Distance from the airport: the university is 25 minutes by taxi from the airport. 

Distance from the train station:  the university is 20 minutes from the train station by taxi

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