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Chinese Language

Major code7220204

  • Study duration04 years
  • SubjectD01, D04, D78, D99
  • Fee30.000.000VND/year

Recent admission scores (on a 30-point scale)


Chinese Language

Language plays a crucial role in enhancing comprehensive cooperation across various fields between Vietnam and China. Consequently, the Chinese language has become one of the most languages that attract a large number of Vietnamese students. The Chinese language program provides students with knowledge of translation theory, language skills, and an in-depth understanding of the Chinese language and culture, particularly in the field of commerce. The discipline equips students with the necessary knowledge of translation theory, professional interpretation, and translation skills. Graduates can proficiently use Chinese communication skills and have sufficient professional competence to work effectively in specialized fields such as teaching, interpretation, and translation, especially in professional sectors like business, economics, and social sciences.


  • Acquire foundational and in-depth knowledge of the Chinese language
  • Proficiently use the Chinese language in all four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing at a level equivalent to the B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (or HSK 5-6 according to the HSK 6 scale)
  • Acquire knowledge and skills in Chinese language translation, interpretation, pedagogy, or business usage, as well as providing a foundation for students to pursue higher education in postgraduate programs.


Fundamental subjects

Intermediate Chinese 1

Intermediate Chinese 2

Intermediate Chinese 3

Chinese Language Skills 4

Chinese Language Skills 5

Chinese Language Skills 6

Translation Theory

Written Translation 1

Oral Translation 1

Written Translation 2

Oral Translation 2

Chinese Country Studies

Chinese Culture

Chinese Literature

Specialized Subjects

 Chinese Phonetics and Lexicology

Chinese Grammar

Written Translation 3

Oral Translation 3

Oral Business Chinese 1

Oral Business Chinese 2

Business Chinese Texts  

Elective Subjects

Comparative Linguistics

Chinese for Tourism 1

Chinese for Tourism 

Introduction to Calligraphy 1

Introduction to Calligraphy  


Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Chinese Language can pursue various careers, including:

  • Interpreter, translator, editor, researcher, and teacher at foreign affairs departments, ministries, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, social organizations, enterprises, media agencies, radio and television stations, high schools, and universities;
  • Manager, interpreter, and specialist in various fields of the tourism industry;
  • Chinese language translator and interpreter in joint venture companies, import-export companies, sales representatives, or accountants in foreign companies that require the Chinese language.