HSK (Hanyu shuiping kaoshi) is an international Chinese language test to measure a student’s ability to communicate in Chinese in daily life, academic and work settings. HSK consists of two independent parts, a written test and an oral test (HSKK). The Youth Chinese Test (YCT) is designed for students at the pre-college level.
HSK is offered on levels 1-6, and YCT on levels 1-4. Students register to take the test on a particular level.
UBCI administers HSK and YCT several times a year. The oral test (HSKK), which is required for Hanban scholarships, is offered four times a year in conjunction with HSK.
Upcoming examination dates at UB
All exams will be administered in 206 Baldy Hall, UB North Campus, unless otherwise noted. Results are sent approximately one month after the test date.
HSK and HSKK
Sunday, October 16
Registration deadline: October 6 (Beijing time)
Sunday, December 4
Registration deadline: November 24 (Beijing time)
Saturday, November 19
Registration deadline: November 9 (Beijing time)
Students need to register and pay for HSK or YCT at least 10 days prior to the date of the exam, Beijing time. UBCI has prepared a manual to help students register for HSK or YCT.