How to Introduce Yourself in Chinese for Interview

Posted by Lilian Li on 10/03/2016 1:14 AM 3585

introduce yourself in chinese for interview

Generally, you’ll be invited to introduce yourself by interviewer at the beginning of the interview. In our previous article, we have told you how to make a brief introduction of yourself in Chinese in relatively informal situations, but in the interview, you should present yourself more formal and polite. In this article, you’ll learn how to make a simple and compelling self-introduction in Chinese Mandarin fluently.

Greetings

nǐ hǎo /nín hǎo
你好/您好
Hello

zǎo shàng hǎo /xià wǔ hǎo
早上好/下午好
Good Morning/Good Afternoon

gè wèi kǎo guān ,nǐ men hǎo
各位考官,你们好。
Hello, examiners.

Basic Information

wǒ jiào XX
我叫XX(你的姓名)
My name is XX (Your full name)

wǒ lái zì XX
我来自XX (你的国家)
I’m from XX (Your country)

jīn nián XX suì
今年XX 岁(年龄)
I am XX years old (Your age)

Education Background

yú XX nián bì yè yú XX xué xiào XX zhuān yè, XX xué lì.
于XX年毕业于XX(学校名称)学校XX(专业名称)专业,XX(学历名称)学历。
I’m graduated from XX (School name) school XX (specialty name) specialty, XX(degree name) degree

céng huò dé guò XX 曾获得过XX(奖项列举)。
My awards include XX. (List the major awards in your school life.)

Work Experience and Skills

There is no strict format of work experience Chinese phrase, you just feel free to show the real you. Depending on your work experience, write your occupational history, good performance and successful case down, then translate it into Chinese, and remember it. Be honest and brief, just tell the interviewer your work experience and skills in Chinese when the question comes.

Expect Job and Why Should They Hire You

wǒ xī wàng kě yǐ huò dé yī fèn hé XXyǒu guān de gōng zuò, yīn wéi wǒ XXX
我希望可以获得一份和XX(岗位名称)有关的工作,因为我XXX(说明为什么你能够胜任这份工作)
I hope to get a job about XX (position), because XXX (why you are a great fit for this position).

Finally

To show your sincerity and politeness, you can say something like:
wǒ fēi cháng xī wàng néng dé dào zhè fèn gōng zuò ,xī wàng guì gōng sī néng gěi zhè cì jī huì 。xiè xiè
我非常希望能得到这份工作,希望贵公司能给这次机会。谢谢!
I extremely hope that I can gain this job, hope your company can give me a chance. Thank you!

Introduce Yourself in Chinese for Interview Sample

下午好。我叫李莉莲,来自中国深圳,今年26岁。我毕业于法国雷恩大学的语言学和教学法专业,硕士学位。在校期间, 学习成绩优异, 曾获奖学金, 三好生等多项荣誉。过去4年在汉桥汉语教育学校担任对外汉语教师的职位, 有自己的一套独特的、合乎逻辑的教学体系可以帮助学生轻松的学习汉语。 我辅导过的学生都能以高分顺利通过Ap Chinese和HSK 考试。 今天我希望找到一份对外汉语教师的工作,我过去的工作经验说明了我非常胜任这份工作,而且我很热爱这份工作。谢谢!

Good afternoon. My name is Lillian Li. I come from Shenzhen, China. I’m 26 years old. I graduated from Rennes University in France and I majored in linguistics and didactic, I have a master’s degree. During the academic year, I got good achievements in study, won a scholarship, Sanhaoxuesheng honors etc. Over the past four years in Hanbridge Mandarin School, I taught Chinese follow a unique and logical learning system to help students improve their Chinese language ability easily.  My students are all easily to pass the Ap Chinese and HSK exam with a high score. Today I want to get a job of Chinese language teacher, I believe I am capable and competent of this job because of my educational background and I love this job very much. Thank you.

 

That’s it. Now just prepare how to introduce yourself in Chinese for job interview presentation based on your own individual situation according to the above method!

This is not the end. To perform well in the whole process of the interview, you should also learn what job interview questions in Chinese you’ll be asked. If you take the interview very seriously and need help, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

About The Author

Lilian Li

Lilian has a master’s degree in linguistics and didactics from Rennes University in France. An expert in linguistics and educational psychology, she has taught Chinese as a foreign language for several years, primarily in France. Her classes follow a logical and thorough path to ensure students build a methodology of learning that will continue to help them improve their language ability. She likes jogging, swimming, partying, and hang out with friends! Learn Chinese online with Lilian Li >>

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