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Study Mandarin in China with CL University Mandarin’s semester and year-long study programs available at world-renowned universities in China.
CL University Mandarin (CLUM) has experience assisting students in their quest to study in China. More than 5,000 students learned Mandarin with us. Our students have ranged in age from 17 to 60 years old.
A key to success in learning Mandarin is a studying environment that provides the smoothest transition for students. Studying in China is the best opportunity to begin a life long journey of acquiring the ability to communicate in Mandarin while experiencing Chinese culture first hand!
Why Learn Mandarin?
Each year, China’s innovation and scientific discoveries contribute a greater share of the world economy. China’s booming domestic economy and influential position in international politics drive an expanding demand for individuals capable Chinese language communication.
China's official language is Mandarin, or Putonghua, which means the common language. If you study in China, you have the ability to communicate directly with the Chinese people while providing experiences that will initiate a lifetime of memories.
Why Study Mandarin at a University in China?
Language programs offered by China’s world-renowned universities promote learning the language and enable people from other countries to obtain a better understanding of a unique culture. Chinese universities are committed to aid students go from acquiring the basics of communicating in Mandarin to a mastery of Mandarin. Each university's language department selects instructors dedicated to ensuring students receive the highest quality of education.
What is included if you Study Mandarin at a University in China?
Each university arranges a placement test for students at the beginning of each term. Students are assigned to a class level that meets their individual level. Classes run the full spectrum through elementary, intermediate, and advanced. The curriculum of the university courses is broad enough to meet any students needs.
Students study: speaking, listening comprehension, reading, writing, pronunciation, newspaper reading, grammar, classical Chinese language, Chinese history, and modern Chinese topics. There are 20 class hours per week, Monday through Friday. The intensive course study option adds 10 class hours per week of learning Mandarin.
Many universities also offer elective courses for students to acquire a better understanding of studying Chinese culture. Examples of elective courses are: Chinese character study, Mandarin pronunciation, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese painting, Chinese songs, HSK lessons (the official Chinese language test), Tai Ji, Chinese Martial arts, Chinese Er-hu, and more.
Students that regularly attend class and pass examinations have their achievements recognized with the award of final grades and a program certificate from the university the attended. Depending on a student's class level and the length of program selected, the coursework and credits may be recognized by many major American universities such as Harvard University, Stanford University, Northwestern University, and many others.
Is it time to open your door to a brighter future?