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Campus In Shanghai

HOW TO GET TO OUR CHINESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

Our Shanghai campus is located in the heart of downtown Shanghai, a 5-minute walk away from Jing’an Temple and the Jing'an Temple subway station, Line 2 and Line 7.
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Yuyuan Road No. 172, Bldg A, 23/F, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China 200040

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+(86) 21 6208 9357

Contact email

info.shanghai@thatsmandarin.com

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静安区愚园路172号(近万航渡路)
Jìng’ān qū Yúyuán lù yībǎi qīshí’èr hào (jìn Wànhángdù lù)

lit. “Jing’an district, Yuyuan road, number 172 (near Wanhangdu road)”

Around the campus

Jing’an Temple (3 mins); IKEA (5 mins); Jing'an Park (8 mins).

 

Nearby subway stations

You can get to our school by taking a Line 2 or Line 7 train to Jing’an Temple Station, and get out at Exit 1.

Shanghai subway is one of the most convenient ways to get around the city. Shanghai has more than 17 subway lines that link the city, with stations mainly set near top destinations and hubs. Fares typically average anywhere from 3 to 9 yuan, depending on the distance traveled. You can get a Shanghai subway card at nearly any station - via an automated machine or a ticket counter.

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Students’ Feedback

What Our Students Say

I have had a fantastic time learning at That’s Mandarin! I have learnt so much in a short time and I love the relation to stories that explain the characters.

Sophie O, The UK

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I have learnt so much already in the short 3 weeks I have attended one on one class each day. The teachers are excellent and work with you to support your learning. Particularly enjoyed the in class videos to enhance listening and practice translation.

Hayden S, The USA

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It was a blast to continue travelling around China after two week intensive learning! I was definitely happy to improve vocabulary from "我饿" into more refined sentences and conversations.

Roger S, France

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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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