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New Business Chinese competition to launch in 2020


SOAS is launching the first UK Business Chinese Competition (英国首届商务汉语大赛) this year in London.

Modelled on the well-established Chinese Bridge competition, this new contest will focus on Business Chinese and aims to provide successful competitors with access to career-boosting networking opportunities and training. Prizes include internship opportunities and subsidised places on an advanced Business Chinese course in China.

The UK final will take place in London on 26 April 2020. As this competition requires a high level of Mandarin proficiency, the details of the competition format and prizes are provided below in Mandarin. University of Leeds students who are interested in taking part should contact Maggie Man as soon as possible (and no later than 13 March 2020).


报名资格: 本年度在英国高校就读的本科生和硕士生
比赛主题: 跟商务和公益相关的话题 (包括商业计划、产品介绍、公司介绍、商业案例、市场分析、公益项目,等)
比赛程序: 演讲5-8分钟,问答2-4分钟
奖项设置: 资助获得前五名的学生去中国参加工作实习和商务汉语课程。[资助仅限于机票补助。]

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