The HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi), also known as the Chinese Proficiency Test, is an internationally standardized exam designed to assess the language proficiency of non-native speakers in Chinese. Obtaining HSK certification is a fundamental requirement for international students intending to pursue undergraduate studies in China and offers a significant advantage to foreigners seeking employment in the country. The College of International Education at the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics not only possesses an exceptional teaching team but has also been dedicated to the development and research of HSK courses for many years. To cater to the HSK examination needs of international students, the College of International Education provides training courses for all HSK levels. These courses are tailored to the unique features of the HSK exam and offer specialized training in listening, reading, vocabulary, grammar, and writing. This comprehensive approach effectively enhances students' test-taking abilities in a short period, allowing them to effortlessly achieve success in the exam.
International students who have registered (or plan to register) for the HSK levels 3 to 6 exams.
Main Courses: Vocabulary and Grammar, Intensive Listening, Intensive Reading, Intensive Writing.
Auxiliary Courses: An Introduction to the HSK Exam, HSK Mock Tests and Analysis.