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CSC holder, How to change University?


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I would like to know how I could change my university in china, which offered me china scholarship council scholarship.
The problem is that University offer me to study chinese only 8 month, but I have to pass HSK5/210 above and University isn't offer hsk5 class for us and they said we have to study hsk5 by myselfe. I don't understand about this case, I think it's so hard to pass hsk5 in 8 month and also I have no study chinese before. 
Now I'm already studies chinese 5 month and I just passed hsk4/265 in last week.


Is there anybody who can advice me about this case? Thanks

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Is this your preparatory year? (as in before your Bachelor's degree?)

 

Im afraid you can't change schools but typically preparatory students are given a CSC test to take at the end of their studies which is a level between HSK 4 and 5 and determines if they will continue studying their bachelors, but many of these classes prep for passing HSK 5 anyway. 

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yeah! In this year preparatory course for master's degree, my University isn't offer hsk5 class for me, but I have to pass hsk5/210 above in june 2018. so I'm not only study hsk5 by myself, also everydays I have to attend hsk4 in my class. 

anyone have any idea for this case?

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