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The Confucius Institute at the University of Malta

The Confucius Institute at the University of Malta is Malta's first Confucius Institute. It was established by Xiamen University in alliance with the University of Malta and through the patronage of the Confucius Institute Headquarters, Beijing, China. The agreement between the Confucius Institute Headquarters and the University of Malta was signed on the 22 February 2009, followed by an implementation agreement endorsed by Xiamen University and the University of Malta on the 12 June 2009.


Confucius Institutes Worldwide

Confucius Institutes are non-profit organisations established by the Confucius Institute Headquarters. The Confucius Institute Headquarters is the executive governing body of the Confucius Institutes worldwide, set up to teach Chinese as a foreign language and create awareness and understanding of China and its culture. So far, more than 300 Confucius Institutes were established all over the world in 90 different countries and regions, with approx. 90 institutes devoted to Chinese language and culture in Europe.


Last Updated: 3 December 2010

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