Many languages and dialects co-exist in China; however the most popular form to learn is Mandarin Chinese, which is the official language of the people’s republic of China.

Every fifth person in the world is Chinese. China is the third largest country in the world, with the increasing global and economic importance of China, it is important to understand the Chinese language in order to gain access to information available only in Chinese, to increase the level of understanding and gain a deeper knowledge of China, with the increasing number of Chinese tourists in Europe, it is important to know more about their background and their culture, these goals can be achieved by spending some time in China and learning the language.

In the job market it will become more and more of an asset to be able to speak and understand Chinese

Why Learn Chinese Language.?

Open yourself to one of the world’s most diverse cultures

There are 56 ethnic groups in China and each group has its own unique customs, culture, architecture and even language. In fact, there are over 200 languages in use in China – but don’t let that put you off, as the majority of the population speak Mandarin Chinese (as well as Cantonese in the South).

Mandarin Chinese will get you noticed

We all know that employers love their workforce to be able to speak a multitude of languages, but as China’s economy became the world’s largest in 2014, people with Mandarin Chinese language skills have never been more attractive to prospective employers!

It’s Important for Your Business Career

International businesses prefer to hire people who speak more than one language. China has become a huge market, and business leaders are looking for people who can speak Chinese and operate successfully in a Chinese cultural context.

It’s Quite Influential in it’s Neighbour Countries

In addition to the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan, Mandarin Chinese is also spoken in the important and influential Chinese communities of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, and Mongolia.

Course Structure

Basic Level

The Chinese Language course basic Level 1 is meant for beginners who have no background of the language. The course will be taught by Subject Experts using prescribed texts in a direct and interactive method.
The syllabus has been designed to promote interactivity in the student, which is the basic building block of learning a new language. The course will focus on all four skills of language learning – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. We also offer advanced levels, Kindly contact us for more details.

Course contents
• Basic familiarity with language
• Basic grammar & usage
• Stress on spoken skills & listening comprehension
• To acquire ability to carry on simple conversations in Chinese language (e.g. shopping, hotel booking, air booking, asking directions, at a restaurant, etc.) on the basis of learning the basic vocabulary of about 400 words.
• Intensive drills in Tones & Pronunciation
• Total words to be learnt – around 400
• Chinese Character (script) writing – around 150 characters
• Internet terms, computer terms, business terms (basic)
• Knowing about Chinese culture, custom & traditions, manners & etiquettes
• Films on situational dialogues, Chinese culture, festivals, etc.
• There are numerous real-life scenario dialogues being practiced during the class
After finishing this phase, students will be able to make some basic dialogue in Chinese, exchange daily greetings, and ask simple questions in Chinese.

Intermediate Level

Course contents:
The purpose for this phase is to improve student’s ability in everyday Chinese dialogue and speaking Chinese. Apart from reviewing and improving what has been covered in phase 1, some traditional Chinese culture will be introduced during the class. This level uses an upgraded sequence from the previous level. Since students already have a basic understanding of Chinese at this level, these teachings rely heavily on oral Chinese instruction and interaction. Valuable communication skills and practices within a proper Chinese environment. vocabulary, sentence structure, short essay composition with regard to many topics, including weather, emergency situations and so on. Also includes writing many Chinese characters, composing short stories holding at length simple conversations.

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HSK, (short for Hanyu ShuiPing Kaoshi) is the exclusive official Chinese level test in China that is recognised internationally. We have in-cooperated the standard HSK Chinese level test papers in our assessment method. It is the standardized proficiency test for foreign students of the language. This exam is conducted by Hanban, a non-governmental organization, to test the proficiency of non-native speakers.

HSK was developed by the Beijing Language and Cultural University. Certificates are issued by the State committee for the proficiency test. This certificate is recognized and accepted by many countries worldwide. Taking into consideration the recent trends in Chinese language, the examination pattern has been revised in 2012.