studying Chinese in Wuhan city

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studying Chinese in Wuhan city

The Chinese language course is targeted at students who wish to learn the Chinese language, understand the Chinese culture, experience living in Chinaand earn a head start and competitive advantage in the future China-dominated world. Schools in Wuhan aim to provide a variety of classroom activities, social events, electives and seminarswhich  focus on different aspects of Chinese culture and language and provide an pleasant and effective learning experience.

Students have the opportunity of enrolling anytime for these Chinese courses and can start at any time during the year. Chinese class sizes depend on how many students were chosen to study a specific level of the Chinese language.This is determined by an entry test that the students have to take after enrolling. Students can progress to the higher Chinese levels which is dependent on their progress.


Students studying Chinese in their first year should attend at least 16 classes per week whereas student in their second year of study should attend at least 14 classes per week and students in their third grade should attend at least 12 classes per week. The maximum amount of classes that a student can attend each week should not exceed 20 classes.


Elementary class lessons include Chinese reading, Chinese comprehension and listening and speaking.

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