Events

An eight-week Mandarin course for adults.
An eight-week Mandarin course for adults.
This session for Global Opportunities Week will help students learn more about what it is like to study abroad in mainland China. Come along to hear from our student panel and ask them your questions! Open to University of Leeds students.
Join us to learn about the successful career of Leeds alumnus Guy Dru Drury MBE, Chief Representative in China for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
An online HSK ‘Home Edition’ exam date has been made available in December and we will be offering levels 1-4. Register by 27 November.

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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.
Come and talk to us at the Study Abroad Fair to find out more about China as a Study Abroad destination.
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.
Come along to our Open Day to meet the team, enjoy cultural activities, and find out more about your Business Confucius Institute.
Come and meet our team at the University of Leeds Freshers Fair to find out how our events and activities can enhance your University experience.
A symposium consisting of readings and discussions on poetry – including translation – by poets from China and the UK, including poets of Chinese heritage from Singapore and the UK.
We will be delivering a one-hour calligraphy session for Health and Wellbeing Week. Staff can join us to be mindful and learn something new!
We will be delivering a one-hour tai chi session as part of the University of Leeds Health and Wellbeing Week. Staff can join us to get active, be mindful, and learn something new!
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 May 2019 for this exam date.
The Business Chinese Test assesses the candidate’s ability to use the Chinese language in real business or common working environments. Register by 19 May 2019 for this exam date.