Events

In this talk, Leeds alumnus Andrew Disbury will explain how learning to speak Chinese has shaped his life, career and global outlook.
The HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi – Chinese Proficiency Test) assesses your ability to use Chinese in your daily life, and in academic and professional situations. Register by 25 October 2020 for this exam date.

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This talk has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Learn Chinese with our dedicated team of teachers. These 8-week Mandarin courses are aimed at adults interested in learning a new language in their spare time.
Unfortunately this event has now been cancelled due to travel restrictions for the visiting musicians. Leeds Chinese Community School hopes to rearrange the show later in the year.
A spectacular evening of performances to celebrate Chinese New Year, brought to you by the Chinese Students and Scholars Association and supported by The Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds.
A business networking event to celebrate Chinese New Year and demonstrate the scale and breadth of China-related activity across the Leeds City Region.
Chandru Iyer (Grant Thornton UK) will share the methodology and findings of their annual Tracker surveys which reveal the current and future trends of Chinese and Indian MNEs’ investments into the UK.
A group of MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies invite you to ‘Step Into China’ and view an exhibit at the University of Leeds in collaboration with the Business Confucius Institute.  
The BCT assesses the candidate’s ability to use the Chinese language in real business or common working environments. Register by 21 October 2019 for this exam date.
The HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi – Chinese Proficiency Test) assesses your ability to use Chinese in your daily life, and in academic and professional situations. Register by 20 October 2019 for this exam date.
The aim of this training day is to deliver practical teaching strategies and advice based on current research into Mandarin teaching. Attendees will reflect upon their own teaching practice and consider how they can apply a researcher’s mindset to develop their own work in the classroom.