Learn Chinese in Shanghai with That’s Mandarin
Learn Chinese in Shanghai with our professional native Chinese teachers.
You can choose between Group and 1-on-1 Private Mandarin Chinese classes. China Student Visa is provided.
Chinese Courses for Adults
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Chinese Courses for Kids & Teens
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Original Price: ¥600
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Original Price: ¥600
Our Campus In Shanghai, Wuding Road
HOW TO GET TO OUR CHINESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL
Our Shanghai campus is conveniently located downtown, within a 5-min walk from Changping Road Station (Line 7) or 15-minute walk from Jing’an Temple Station (Line 2). Take a look at the map.
Located in the heart of city, you can get a panoramic view of the area through the terrace of our school.
We have a spacious terrace for students to relax and have a cup of tea or coffee, with a gorgeous view over the surrounding area. You can enjoy a break with other students and then get back to learning & enjoy the comfort of our classrooms. Each of our brightly-lit classrooms is equipped with a computer, a whiteboard, and Wi-Fi access to help you learn Mandarin using our Chinese language learning platform, NihaoCafe.
We offer unlimited coffee, tea & water at the lounge area to help you stay hydrated. You’re welcome to refill and enjoy the beverages anytime!
Wuding Road No. 881, Bldg 1, 5/F, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China 200040
(+86) 21 6095 8317
For the Taxi
Jìng’ān qū Wǔdìng lù 881 hào (jìn Chángdé lù)
lit. “Jing’an district, Wuding road, number 881 (near Changde road)”
Popular Places Nearby
Jing’an Temple (10 mins); expat area full of restaurants and bars.
Subway Stations Nearby
You can get to our school by taking a Line 2 train to Jing’an Temple Station or Line 7 to Changping Road Station.
Good to Know: 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. The Shanghai Subway (or sometimes referred to as the metro) cards can be purchased at many stations through automated machines and ticket counters.
Well-lit, clean, modern classrooms
Full-time, experienced teachers who completed our training course
Over 14 years of hands-on experience
Free beverages. Unlimited coffee & tea
Classrooms equipped with computers
Spacious lounge area to rest, socialize and self-study
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Got Questions? We Have Answers
What will my Mandarin classes be like?
Part-Time Group courses include 4 classes per week.
Intensive Group Courses include 15 classes per week.
Class schedule for Private classes is flexible.
The class content is based on the course you've chosen, and the classes can vary slightly based on the teacher's personal style - but an average class usually includes a review of previously learned content, an engaging and student-centered input of new words & grammar, a reading/viewing section (of a related article or a video), and practice, practice, practice - which will help you convert the newly learned content into your active vocabulary.
Most importantly, you will be encouraged to speak Chinese as much as possible, and the classes will be held in Chinese. For more details, read the next 2 questions.
What will my teachers be like? Are they native speakers?
We have high requirements for our teachers, and only hire 5% of applicants. All our teachers are native Chinese speakers and are university graduates with majors in Chinese language education or literature.
They have also previously obtained a Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (TCSL, or TCSOL) certificate before they joined us and successfully completed That’s Mandarin’s mandatory Teachers Training Course (TTC).
Will the classes be taught in English?
As your Chinese level progresses, less and less English will be used in your classes and you will be able to understand more and more Chinese every day.
When is the best time to apply for a course?
We recommend applying at least 3 months in advance to guarantee you will get a spot in a program of your choice, with your preferred schedule. By applying early, you can also benefit from our early bird discount.
Besides, you will need to apply for a Chinese visa at least 30 days in advance and longer if you’re applying for a student X2 visa (for long-term Chinese courses only).
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