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gnesh

Chinese program in university that accept chinese citizen

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gnesh

Hi,

 

I'm studying a short course of chinese language in BLCU.

 

I have rented a house near liudaokou for one year, so I wanted to keep studying here, but from the next semester they'll not accept chinese citizen anymore, so I'm looking for another university that has chinese language course available for chinese citizen. Anyone can suggest me one?

 

Tsinghua, peking university, renmin and foreign studies don't accept chinese citizen too.

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roddy

Do you have any other nationalities?

 

Possibly (and I'm guessing) universities like Minda and those in areas like Xinjiang, Yunnan, might be more used to students with Chinese ID cards but needing to improve Chinese language skills. 

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gnesh
8 hours ago, roddy said:

Do you have any other nationalities?

 

 

Sadly China doesn't allow double nationality, so I have only chinese citizenship :(

 

Is there no option than going outside of Beijing? I still have half year of contract for my apartment after this semester ends :(

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edelweis

Does it need to be a university?

A few years ago we had active threads about a private school in Wudaokou called Global Village 地球村 that offered reasonably priced group classes.

You can find those threads through a forum search.

 

Global Village seems to have a new website in English now, instead of the old Korean-only website.

Schedule of classes:

http://www.gvschinese.com/schedule

Pricing and course description:

http://www.gvschinese.com/course/view_59.html

Address and contact information at the bottom of each page.

 

 

Edit: also Minda proposed by Roddy seems to be in Beijing too.

http://www.muc.edu.cn/

 

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gnesh
On 4/30/2019 at 2:36 AM, edelweis said:

Does it need to be a university?

 

I prefer going to a university, but if there is no another way than going to a private school, I'll take a private course.

 

About Minda, I'll check if they accept chinese.

 

I found that beihang accept chinese citizenship, but is an aeronautical university. Anyone know how is their chinese course?

At least is very close to wudaokou/liudaokou and is cheaper than blcu.

 

Edit: Beihang said that they cannot accept chinese citizenship too..😢

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gnesh

Update.

 

Well, they told me that is a rule from Beijing... so no university is going to accept me. (Asked Minda, but they don't accept chinese citizenship too)

 

Someone told me that I can enroll at Beijing Language and Culture College (BLCC). Anyone know this college? it's not near wudaokou, but looks cheap (9800 yuan per semester) and good at teaching.

 

I'm looking for a private school (best if near wudaokou/liudaokou) too.

 

For now I'm considering Global village and BLCC. 

 

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