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Mandarin Chinese language training at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez

Mandarin Centers Institute has just signed a Collaboration Agreement with Adolfo Ibáñez University de Chile as a preferred partner for the management of its Mandarin Chinese training programs. In this way, both its own students and external students will have the opportunity to enjoy the full range of training offered by Mandarin Centers Institute. Mandarin Centers Institute offers specific Mandarin Chinese language training courses as well as professional training programs in the field of tourism or Chinese for business. Mandarin Centers Institute is an official examination center recognized by Hanban, so all the training programs it offers follow the official curriculum of the HSK levels of Chinese, so that students will have the opportunity to be certified at the official levels as they complete the different courses. The incorporation of the teaching of Mandarin Chinese to the educational offer of the Adolfo Ibáñez University reinforces its clear commitment to offer its students a multidisciplinary and globalized education. Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez was founded more than 60 years ago and is one of the best known private higher education institutions in Chile and Latin America.

Enrollment process for the first Mandarin Chinese language course

In the next few days the enrollment process for the first Mandarin Chinese course, level HSK1 (equivalent to level A1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), will begin on August 17 and end on November 16. The course consists of 40 teaching hours that will be taught two days a week, one and a half hours per class. The timetable initially established for this course is from 18:30 to 20:00 every Tuesday and Thursday. This schedule will also allow a large number of professionals who have been requesting to learn Chinese due to work needs, to make their working day compatible. By signing this agreement, Mandarin Centers Institute strengthens and consolidates its presence in Latin America, where it is already present in practically all the countries of the continent.