Chinese proficiency tests
The De Montfort University Confucius Institute is a registered Test Centre for Chinese Proficiency Tests including HSK, HSKK, YCT and BCT.
The HSK is an internationally recognised examination designed to assess the Chinese language proficiency of non-native speakers. The exams test a variety of language skills including writing, listening and reading.
The HSKK exam focuses on oral capability, the YCT is designed for children and the BCT is aimed at those intending to use Chinese in a business environment.
Please click here if you would like more information about Chinese Proficiency Tests.
Scheduled Test Dates at DMU Confucius Institute Test Centre (Jan-June 2017)
||Deadline for registration
|HSK (all levels)
||Saturday 14 January 2017
||Sunday 18 December 2016
||Sunday 19 March 2017
||Monday 20 February 2017
||Saturday 20 May 2017
||Sunday 23 April 2017
(level 1 and level 2)
|Saturday 18 March 2017
||Sunday 19 February 2017
||Saturday 13 May 2017
||Sunday 16 April 2017
Step 1: Register here. You can find the available dates during registration.
Step 2: Make an online payment via DMU online store (recommended)
or Pay in the cashier in DMU Gateway House by cash or cheque (payable to “DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY”) with the budget code 407000.3574 then submit the receipt to DMU Confucius Institute to confirm.
Step 3: Receive the confirmation information by email around 15 days prior to the test date
Step 4: Print the HSK admission ticket from the "personal information centre", or collect the test admission ticket at DMU Confucius Institute
HSK 1: £10
HSK 2: £20
HSK 3: £30
HSK 4: £40
HSK 5: £50
HSK 6: £60
HSKK Beginner (web-based): £20
HSKK Intermediate (web-based): £30
HSKK Advanced (web-based): £40
YCT 1: £5
YCT 2: £10
YCT 3: £20
YCT 4: £25
YCT speaking test, primary level: £10
YCT speaking test, intermediate level: £10
BCT (A): £35
BCT (B): £35
1. On the day of the exam please bring your HSK permit and the same ID used during registration. You will also need 2B pencils and an eraser. No dictionaries or written materials will be permitted within the examination room.
2. Please arrive at the exam centre half an hour prior to the start of your exam.
3. Please note that the test paper will be in simplified character format (unless otherwise requested during the application process).
If you would like more information about Chinese Proficiency tests, or if you have any other queries, please contact us directly on CI@dmu.ac.uk