Ace Your Chinese Interview with Sinology Institute’s Interview Class

You see an advert for your ideal. You apply and the company sets up an interview. You are excited and nervous because the interview is in Chinese. What questions will you be asked? What is the difference between a Western and Chinese interview? What is the best way to respond to them in Chinese? What is the formal Chinese that you need to use in the interview? What do Chinese employers want to hear? How do you describe your strengths, weaknesses, skills, and abilities?

Our Business Chinese Lecture Series will teach students not only the mandarin they need, but also the cultural understanding of how Chinese interviews operate. Interviews can be nerve-wrecking enough without adding a second language. Sinology Institute will teach you what to do before, during, and after the interview.

Classes are taught in Mandarin and for upper-intermediate and advanced level students. Each Class is 125 RMB.

The deadline for signing up for this class is noon on Tuesday, May 19th on noon.

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Jiao Yu is one of the founders of Sinology Institute. He graduated with a Masters in Teaching Chinese to Foreigners from Peking University. He has 12 years of Chinese teaching experience after working as a scriptwriter and producer for Chinese educational documentaries. He is currently teaching at Beijing Foreign Studies University School of Business through a partnership with Sinology Institute. He is in the second phase of writing and publishing his own Chinese textbook using the latest and most progressive teaching and studying methods. 

Kristen Carusos is from Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. She graduated from Kennesaw State University with a major in International Affairs and a minor in French. She studied abroad in China for the first time in Shanghai in 2010 and again in 2011 at Beijing Language and Culture University. She graduated and moved to Beijing in 2012 and has been studying Chinese since then. She works in the Marketing Department at the Sinology Institute.