HIT’s College of International Education (CIE) provides the best value for standard Mandarin Chinese language instruction with competitive tuition, affordable living expenses, and highly qualified experienced teachers in a supportive and comfortable learning environment. 50 highly qualified and experienced full- and part-time teachers staff HIT’s International Student Center. HIT’s CIE trains more Chinese language students than anyone else in Heilongjiang.
Chinese language programs, from elementary through advanced, organized in 9 levels in 3 ranks, are offered to better meet student needs. Courses include both compulsory and optional classes of no more than 15 students which meet for 20 hours each week. Integrated courses include speaking, reading, listening, and writing. There are also courses in Business Chinese, Chinese Grammar, Ancient Chinese, and Chinese Culture. A Certificate of Chinese Language is conferred upon successful completion of the course. HIT’s College of International Education can customize courses for teams of 10 students or more of similar language level at any time.
Applicants must abide by Chinese laws and HIT rules and regulations. Applicants must be in good health.
Applicants must provide all required application materials with a high school degree or above.
- Application online (application website: http://apply.hit.edu.cn/)
- Upload the scanning copy of passport
- Upload the digital photo
- Pay the registration fee online: 400 RMB
* Registration fee will be non-refundable
Academic Calendar and Tuition Fee
Spring semester:March 1-June 20
Fall semester:September 1-December 20
|Registration Fee||400 RMB|
|Semester Tuition||7,300 RMB (Non-refundable)|
|Monthly Dormitory - Double Occupancy||600 RMB|
|Insurance||400 RMB /term, 800 RMB /year|
|Monthly Internet||30 RMB|
|Electricity||based on usage|
*20 class hours per week
*15 students in each class
* 3 ranks organized class of 9 levels
(from elementary to advanced )
*Spring: March 1-June 20 Fall: September1-December 20
*80 class hours in total
(4 weeks , 20 class hours per week)
*All levels (intensive oral Chinese)
Winter: January- February
*26 class hours per week
-free HSK training
*Requirement: beginning level
*Fall: September1-July 15