Introduction to the Program
The HSK Class at BLCC is a Long-term (one semester to one year) non-degree program for international students.
Beijing Chinese Language and Culture College (BLCC, previously known as Beijing Overseas Students Training School, Beijing Chinese Language and Culture School, Beijing Chinese Language and Culture Training Center) is directly subordinate to OCAO. It is the only one institution specialized in Chinese education in China. The college was founded in 1950. For more info visit the page here.
About the Program
Our HSK Program dates back to 2006. Combined with our professional, experienced and industrious teaching staff, we continuously strive to provide every client with an unrivalled learning experience. The past four years has witnessed the achievements our HSK program has made in terms of students’ Chinese proficiency and their passing rate for HSK Test. As a result, our HSK program is entitled with the quality course in the institute and enjoys a good reputation both at home and abroad. Moreover, our college has been approved as one of the HSK test spot since 2009 for the first-rate teaching facilities and well-trained teaching staff.
Start Date of the Program
September (Fall Semester)
February (Spring Semester)
Students may apply at any time of the year.
HSK Beginner（One Academic Year）
You have never studied the language or you have done so at a university or language school for less than a year totaling 100 hours or less. Beginners are also classified as those who know around 800 Chinese characters or less.
You are a conversational speaker in Chinese but forget many of the words, and your pronunciation is not up to par. You have probably studied for about two years at an international university or about 350 hours at a language school. At this level, you can recognize about 2000 to 2500 Chinese characters.
The tuition fees are RMB9600 per semester.
The college has two campuses. Fuchengmen campus, located in central Beijing and Huilongguan campus, located in Changping District of Beijing. The two campuses can accommodate a total of about 2,000 students. For further information on the accommodation visit the accommodation page here.