The Confucius Institute in Atlanta regularly hosts HSK (Chinese Proficiency Test) to meet the needs of students and the public. HSK helps measure learners' Chinese proficiency level and facilitates application for graduate studies and career opportunities in China as well as in international businesses.
HSK (Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi) is a standardized international Chinese language proficiency test for non-native Chinese speakers. The new HSK consists of two independent parts: written test and oral test. The written test comprises of six levels from HSK-Level 1 to HSK-Level 6. The oral test is divided into three levels: HSK (Basic), HSK (Elementary-Intermediate), and HSK (Advanced). All HSK certificates are issued by the National Commission of Chinese Proficiency Test, which is under the Ministry of Education of China. Please check out the specifics on the menu.
2017 HSK will be held on Emory campus on March 19. Please see menu on the left for details. If you have any questions about HSK test in general, please contact us at 404-727-8186 or email email@example.com.