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Campus In Beijing

HOW TO GET TO OUR CHINESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

Our Beijing Campus is located within a 10-minute walk from Dongzhimen subway station – in the heart of Beijing’s most lively expat area.

You can get to our school by taking Line 13 or Line 2 to Dongzhimen Station and then take Exit C.

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Xinzhong Street No.7, Bldg 2, Beijing, China 200040
北京市东城区新中街7号2号楼

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+(86) 10 8448 9799

Contact email

info@thatsmandarin.com

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东城区新中街7号(2号楼)
Dōngchéng qū Xīnzhōng jiē qī hào (èr hào lóu)

lit. "Dongcheng district, Xinzhong street, number 7 (Building 2)"

Popular Places Nearby

Sanlitun (10 mins); Workers’ Stadium (5 mins); Nanguan Park (15 mins) 

Subway Stations Nearby

You can get to our school by taking Line 13 or Line 2 to Dongzhimen Station and then take Exit C.

Good to Know: Subway is one of the most convenient ways to get around in Beijing. The system has been extended over recent years. Besides, it's very cheap! It costs 3 yuan to travel the shortest distance on one line, 9 yuan for the longest journey on one line, and 25 yuan for the Airport Express line.

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Students’ Feedback

What Our Students Say

The friendly attitude of teachers, professionalism and willingness to take an extra mile for their students make this place one of the best place to study Chinese in Beijing.

Jayson M, Canada

Student

The reason why That’s Mandarin is my favorite school to learn Chinese is its innovative teaching method that allows you to learn Chinese the fun way.

Ryan M, The USA

Student

That's mandarin is one of the best chinese language school. It's located in a quiet place. I already have studied there for 4 weeks. Using the latest technology, The class is really helpful to improve my chinese skills. I have a lot of opportunities to talk with schoolmates and teachers.

Bob R, The USA

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the course schedule?

Both of our packages (2-Week Summer or 4-Week Summer) include the intensive Chinese learning program with 15 hours of classes per week. You will have classes in the morning, from Monday to Friday from 9am to 11:50am with a 10 minutes break after each class (a total of three classes per day). That way you will have the whole afternoon and evening for yourself.

Who are the teachers?

Our teachers are all native Chinese speakers who are highly-qualified and experienced in teaching Chinese to foreigners. Our teachers are university graduates with majors in Chinese language education or Chinese literature. They have also previously obtained a “teaching Mandarin as a second language” certificate before they joined us and successfully completed That’s Mandarin’s mandatory Teachers Training Course (TTC).

What teaching materials do you use?

We developed our own teaching and learning methods. We use our own Chinese learning platform for all our classes. There you can find all the materials, read the teacher’s comments, review your lessons, and even schedule your classes.

Will the classes be taught in English?

All of our classes are taught in Chinese to give students a fully immersive Chinese experience. Even for absolute beginners, our teachers will only use limited English to help you understand. Our teacher will use pictures, videos, signs, and gestures to help students remember and understand new material.

Do you provide accommodation?

Yes. We can help you to arrange your accommodation in China. The accommodation options are different for different campuses. Please contact us directly to get more information.

Is summer weather in China comfortable enough to come to study the language?

Of course. It’s super sunny in China during this period, so that you won’t be able to switch off the optimistic mood under such a shiny sky. Besides, we have air-conditioners in every classroom.

Will it be possible to travel across China or just enjoy the Chinese summer?

Yes, it will. You will have classes in the morning on weekdays which means you will have the whole afternoon and evening for yourself. Saturdays and Sundays will also be “free-from-classes” days so that you will definitely be able to explore China and Chinese culture while staying here.
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