Mandarin House becomes registered HSK Testing Centre

2 July 2012

Quality Language Schools Worldwide

Mandarin House has been accredited as a registered HSK Testing Centre by China Hanban. China’s Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) is the standardized national test used to determine the Chinese language fluency of non-native speakers. It is used by all Chinese universities to assess the enrolment of foreign students and by a number of Chinese companies looking for foreign workers.

Worldwide over 50 million people are learning Chinese and beginning to take the HSK test to prove their language level. According to Hanban China, in 2009 more than 600,000 Chinese learners registered and attended the tests worldwide.

To prepare for the test, Mandarin House offers a HSK Preparation 35 course. This is an intensive combination of six group classes and an additional private tutoring lesson per day, covering reading, writing, speaking, listening, test preparation and more, offering the complete HSK preparation curriculum for all 6 levels. Mandarin House is also registered to hold the Young Chinese Test (YCT) and the Business Chinese Test (BCT).

More Information:

Mandarin House website


HSK Testing Centre


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