BLCC Online Chinese Program Deadline: August 31, 2022

Do you want to improve your Chinese to a new level and unlock new future opportunities? The best program offered for international Chinese learners this fall is BLCC’s Online Chinese Language Program! The deadline is August 31, 2022.

The program is only 2000 RMB per semester–this is one of the cheapest semester language programs offered at a university anywhere in the world. There is a month left to apply and claim this amazing opportunity for yourself!

Program Features

The BLCC Online Chinese program is divided into Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced classes. No matter what your Chinese level is now, you will be placed into an appropriate class and study material tailored to your unique learning level.

Each week, there are 8 hours of classes for beginners, 6 hours for intermediate, and 4 hours for advanced students. The schedule is both flexible and intensive: with multiple hours of classroom study, you can improve quickly. Yet the online program is flexible enough that you can study or work in between Chinese classes.

This program is ideal for Chinese learners who want the structure and guidance of professional teachers, a welcoming and dedicated classroom environment, and the flexibility of online learning!

Affordable Online Chinese at BLCC

About BLCC

Founded in 1950, Beijing Chinese Language and Culture College (BLCC) is directly under the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and the only college that specialized in the education of Chinese language and culture in China. It encompasses two campuses: the Fuchengmen campus is situated in downtown Beijing and the Huilongguan campus in the Changping district of the city. With state-of-the-art facilities, complete functions, a beautiful environment, and convenient access to transport means, the school can accommodate about 2,000 students. In the past 70 years, it has built up a worldwide reputation with excellent teaching and considerate services.

Savannah Billman has a master's degree in Chinese Law and Society at the Yenching Academy of Peking University. She holds a B.A. from NYU Shanghai and has also written for The World of Chinese, TechNode, SupChina, and Sixth Tone.
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joshua chileshe
joshua chileshe
15 days ago

I’m a graduate student living in china and I’d like to apply for the language program in Beijing.i wanted to find out if students living in china can get accepted and if you help with visa extension.

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