Transition Year students are pictured here with their Chinese Language and Culture Tutor, Jessica Chan, from the University College Cork Confucius School of Chinese. Pictured are (back row, left to right): Blaithín Matthews, Amy Ryan, Martin Daly, Ronan Cahill and Eoin Enright. Front row (left to right): Jessica Chan, Neasa Fahy, Molly Kirwan, Mairíde Bennis, Millie Mulcahy and Aisling Enright.
As part of Hazelwood College’s link with the Confucius Institute at University College Cork, two students undertook a study trip to University of Shanghai. During Transition Year students at Hazelwood College study Chinese as part of the Confucius Institute’s second level. From the group two students were selected to travel to Shanghai.
Here are some photos from the trip
Picture 1: Hazelwood College students Ben Long (left) and Áine Bennis (right) pictured in the course of their recent study trip to China, which they completed in conjunction with the Confucius Institute, UCC, where they were able to develop their Chinese knowledge and skills.
Picture 2: Hazelwood College students Ben Long (left) and Áine Bennis (right) are pictured in Shanghai in the course of their recent study trip to Shanghai, which was organised by the Confucius Institute, UCC.
Picture 3: The hotel where Hazelwood College students Ben Long and Áine Bennis stayed with other Irish students on the Confucius Institute, UCC, organised study trip to Shanghai, where they were able to develop their knowledge of Chinese.
Picture 4: One of the tourist sites visited by Ben Long and Áine Bennis as part of their study trip to Shanghai with the Confucius Institute.
Picture 5: A view of the outskirts of Shanghai, which Hazelwood College students Ben Long and Áine Bennis visited as part of their study trip there, organised by the Confucius Institute.
Hazelwood College Transition Year students (from left) Emma Stone, Laura Stack and Keith Coughlan are congratulated by Maria Cremin, fifth year (far right) after they secured their places on a life changing trip to China. The trio won their places through their Chinese Studies module of TYP, in conjunction with the Confucius Institute of University College Cork. Maria Cremin was last year’s lucky winner and her wonderful experiences encouraged this years TYP students to attempt to emulate her success.