Group Photo of Inaugural Board Meeting of Confucius Institute. See more»
Chinese Arts Performance group photo. See more»
Chinese Bridge Competition group photo.
The Beauty of Chinese Traditional Dance. See more»
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Outreach program volunteers giving gifts to Barbadian Youth. See more»

News and Events

The Confucius Institute held its weekly Chinese Culture Club session. The presentation was another installment of our popular event "One Person, One Dish" The concept aims to examine the similarities and differences between Chinese culture and Barbadian culture through cuisine indigenous to each country.

The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus held its on line Job Fair on March 24th 2021. The Confucius Institute was invited as a special guest to let students enjoy the colourful culture activities offered by the campus. In order to give people a better experience, CI made a very careful schedule. The CI program for the day was a series of short presentations, starting with Stefan Lorde and Alexandria Payne, two of the local volunteer teachers.

The Confucius Institute held its weekly Chinese Corner on the 26th February. Tones are one of the cornerstones of Chinese Language, and are very important for non-native speakers to grasp. With the help of teacher Vera, our students blazed ahead with determination and enthusiasm.
 


About Us

The Confucius Institute (Chinese: 孔子学院; pinyin: Kǒngzǐ Xuéyuàn) is a non-profit public educational organisation operating in approximately 6 continents,dozens of countries with approxiamtely 480 institutes whose aim is to provide Chinese language and cultural training resources to foreigners as well as to facilitate cultural and educational exchanges. Read More »
 
 

Courses

The Confucius Institute conducts various Chinese language courses at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. The courses do not offer university credit although students will be awarded certification. Teaching time is 1 hour per week. Find out more »


 

Ignorance is the night of the mind, but a night without moon and star. (Confucius, Chinese philosopher)