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Yale-China Chinese Language Centre

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

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Placement for Evening Programmes Cantonese students

(non-native Chinese speakers)

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1.       Pick a course level with reference to the studied hours summary.

2.       Fill in the language background section in the application form. Write clearly your study history related to Chinese (Putonghua or Cantonese) whether local or abroad. The course coordinator(s) judge initially whether the course you applied for is relevant to the studied hours a student attained. Sometimes, intermediate and advanced level courses are not available in the evening. In that case, students will be encouraged to join the day time regular programmes in which more levels could be offered.

3.       If a student is applying for the lowest level module, there is no need to go through the placement process.

4.       If students are not sure about their level, they can visit CLCs Shatin office or Tsim Sha Tsui Learning Centre to browse over the textbooks and judge whether you are suitable to a course. Please call during office hour for a reservation.

5.       If speaking assessment is needed in the placement, click here for instructions to submit sound files by email.

6.       If assessed students could not be admitted finally, as long as the withdrawal decision is made before the deadline of application, there will be tuition fee refund. Application fee, in any case, is not refundable.

7.       There will be no refund and placement after application deadline and placement day.

8.       It is not common for a non-native Chinese speaker, even with advanced level Chinese, to study the courses for native Chinese speakers, due to pedagogy and difference in student needs. For students who wish to consider this option, please study, sign on and act according to the declaration first.

9.       Please also visit FAQ session

 

 

Study hours related to the course assignation

  • Elementary I: Beginners or those who studied for less than 40 hours
  • Elementary II: Those who studied for less than 80 hours
  • Intermediate I: Those who studied for less than 120 hours
  • Intermediate II: Those who studied for less than 160 hours
  • Advanced I: Those who studied for less than 200 hours@

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