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This study was conducted to identify factors affecting students’ satisfaction with a university’s Chinese language major curriculum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Using quantitative research methods, this study conducted a questionnaire survey among Chinese language majors. There are 35 items in the questionnaire. A total of 175 survey samples were collected in this study, meeting the minimum sample size requirement. In this study, SPSS 25.0 software was used for statistics and processing of the collected data. On this basis, the proposed research hypotheses and research models are tested. The research results show that among the four factors of curriculum content, learning resources of the curriculum, correlation between courses and personal consultation, there are two factors that positively affect students’ satisfaction with Chinese language majors: curriculum content and personal consultation. Among them, the effect of curriculum content is the strongest (Beta = 0.680), followed by the effect of personal consultation (Beta = 0.197). On the basis of the findings, this study proposes some administrative implications to improve students’ satisfaction with the curriculum for Chinese language majors.
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