The Confucius Institute at Miami University, Oxford Ohio, is proud to be the first Confucius Institute in Ohio set up in conjunction with the Chinese Language Council International (Hanban).
In the changing world, the Confucius Institute at Miami University serves as a platform for the internationalization of current and future Miami Students. It fosters an attitude of globalization and eagerness to study the Chinese language and culture. In addition, the Institute operates as a host outreach program, helping our community, our region and Ohio learn how to adapt to the changing global economy. The Confucius Institute is dedicated to promoting the study of Chinese language, culture, and philosophy, and furthers the understanding of China today. Lastly, the Confucius Institute expands our Chinese Language and cultural offerings on our campus and in our community.
|Liaoning Normal University
Co-sponsor of the Confucius Institute at Miami
There are 435 Confucius Institutes and 644 Confucius Classrooms (total 1079) established in 117 Countries (areas) as of September 2013. Confucius Institutes were established in 122 Countries (areas) , 93 in 31 Countries(areas) in Asia, 35 in 26 Countries in Africa,148 in 36 Countries in Europe, 142 in 16 Countries in America, 17 in 3 Countries in Oceania. There are 644 Confucius Classrooms established in 48 Countries (Comoros, Myanmar, Mali, Tunisia, Seychelles Confucius classrooms only, no Confucius Institute) , and 49 in 13 Countries in Asia , 10 in 8 Countries in Africa, 153 in 18 Countries in Europe, 383 in 6 Countries in America, 49 in 2 Countries in Oceania.
|Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban)