The University of Queensland has published the HSK dates in 2020.
- 21 March
- 9 May
- 19 September
- 17 October 17
Last year, eight of our students attended HSK level one test at UQ. All of them passed with average points over 190 of total points of 200. The highest score is 199 of 200. Congratulations!
HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi) is the most recognised Chinese Language Proficiency. It has six levels. Level one is the beginners’ level and level six is the professional level.
HSK is not only a test and a certificate, but it is also a well organised Chinese textbook system. With a goal of each level, it is easier for students to learn the Chinese language step by step. All our students can talk in Chinese for 15 minutes after HSK level one study.
In 2020, our new HSK course will be a 30-hour course (2 hours x 15 weeks) so the student can complete HSK level one or level two study in 30 hours.
There are two class times: 16:00 – 18:00 for after-school students or 18:00 – 20:00 after-work professionals.
You can now register our 2020 HSK Courses now and pay letter.