We offer bespoke HSK training course for those who wish to get specialised learning and support to provide you with a systematic preparation for the tests based upon the features and curriculum of HSK.
This course offers specific targeted teaching of the language and skills tested in the HSK examinations.
Mandarin Level Assessment
This is not a beginner's course. You must have your level assessed before attending class. Assessment is a free and informal session with one of our Mandarin teachers.
It is important that all prospective students contact us before enrolling, to be assessed and determine the appropriate level for the course.
Why Study this Course?
This course is offered to anyone who is interested in preparing to take HSK examinations.
This course is ideal for those who would like to get some formal qualification of Chinese Fluency and need extra preparation or teaching towards this.
Our teacher will take you through the basics needed to sit the exams, tailored to your level and needs, which will build confidence and assistance for you to get the result.
The group HSK training course is 2 hours a week over 10 weeks.
Sessions take place weekly on either Tuesdays at 6:00pm - 8:00pm or Thursdays 6:00pm - 8:00pm.
Please let us know your preferred course time when signing up for the course.
We offer a 10 week group course (£300) or 1-1 Sessions (£30 per hour).
£300 (£15 per hour)
We are committed to providing reasonable teaching adjustments for students with disabilities that may impact on their learning experience. If you require adjustments, please complete the relevant section on the booking form and also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can respond to your requests as soon as possible.
Please note our short courses sell-out quickly, so early booking is advisable.
Starting date, Thursday 30 Apr 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm | 10 weeks
If you have any questions about this course please contact confucius (@gold.ac.uk) .
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Goldsmiths, University of London