WelcomeThe Confucius Institute is a non-profit public institution that aims to promote Chinese language and culture. Following the successes of Germany, France, Spain and the UK to promote their national languages, China decided in 2004 to do the same by establishing Confucius Institutes with offices all over the globe, and headquartered in Beijing, China. The Confucius Institute at the University of Cape Coast is located in the Amisah Authur Language Centre Building.
Confucius Institute Presents Awards for Best Papers of the China-Africa Urban Development Forum 2019 The Confucius Institute at UCC has presented awards for the best papers of the China-Africa Urban development Forum 2019. Presenting the awards, the Ghana Director, Prof. Ishmael Mensah informed the awardees that the awards were instituted to encourage scholars in Africa […]
Music is a worldwide language which can cross cultural barriers and build a communication bridge between people. The participants through the songs expressed their love for Chinese language and culture. We hope their voices can bring some comfort and encouragement to everyone during this pandemic.
On 19th May, 2020, Hunan City University, made a donation of anti-epidemic items to University of Cape Coast. The items included protective clothings and 1000 pieces of surgical nose masks to assist the University in carrying out anti-epidemic work.
In order to improve students’ ability of writing Chinese characters and appreciating Chinese literature, CIUCC held an online Chinese characters writing competition.
In the wake of the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus in China, the Chinese teachers with their students at the Confucius Institute at University of Cape Coast made videos to show solidarity to China. A kind gesture stretched to our sister country, but it went a long way as the President of Hunan City University “we took comfort from the message sent to us and we can proudly say, we were ignited to do more to curb this outbreak”
2019 TWYFORD “Better Tiles, Better Life” Ceramic Creative Design Competition. The aim of this competition is to explore outstanding design talent.
The Confucius Institute wouldn’t miss University of Cape Coast’s annual Opening Day activity for anything. Lot’s of activities and games were held at the Chinese Corner. Students took part in martial arts, calligraphy, paper cutting, paper folding and amongst other exciting activities.