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Offered as part of Chinese major. Requires Head of School or Chinese Coordinator permission and is normally restricted to students who have the potential for Honours level work and are doing a major in Chinese.


This unit is designed for students of advanced Chinese and for students of Chinese background who have skills in reading and writing Chinese. The unit consists of a) four lectures on how to choose a topic and conduct research, how to write a literature review, how to write a well-structured and properly referenced essay and how to present your research findings; b) structured individual consultations on how to read and write an essay on a topic in the area of Chinese studies that is approved by the lecturer.

Summary 2020

Unit name Chinese Research Project
Unit code HMC309
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Humanities
Discipline Global Cultures and Languages
Teaching staff

Chinese program staff

Level Advanced
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No



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25 points at intermediate level in any discipline in any faculty


Teaching Pattern

Four compulsory lectures, one presentation, and individual supervision sessions


Three reports (600 words each) 40%; research essay (3,000 words) 40%; oral presentation 20%

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