Chinese Language

Free Demo Session:
Sat, 9th Mar at 5 PM
Free Demo Session:
Saturday, 9th Mar at 5 PM

Batches

Upcoming Batches

Course

Batch

Hours

Dates (Start & End)

Time

Fees (Inc. taxes)

Classroom/ Virtual

Beginners' Level

Sat & Sun

30 hrs

16th Mar to 5th May

10 AM to 12 PM

INR 9,440

Classroom

Beginners' Level

Sat & Sun

30 hrs

16th Mar to 5th May

2 PM to 4 PM

INR 9,440

Virtual (Online)

Childrens' Chinese

Sun Only

30 hrs

16th Mar onwards

12:15 PM - 1 PM

INR 9,440

Virtual (Online)

Level 1

Sat & Sun

60 hrs

16th Mar to 23rd June

2 PM to 4 PM

INR 14,160

Virtual (Online)

Level 4B

Sat & Sun

60 hrs

16th Mar onwards

8:30 PM to 10:30 PM

INR 18,880

Virtual (Online)

Current Batches

Course

Batch

Hours

Date

Time

Classroom/ Virtual

Level 1

Mon & Wed

60 hours

27th Sep onwards

8 PM to 9:30 PM

Virtual

Level 2

Sat & Sun

60 hours

18th Nov onwards

8 AM to 10 AM

Hybrid

Level 3B

Sat & Sun

60 hrs

25th Nov onwards

10 AM - 12 PM

Virtual

Note

Fees are inclusive of all taxes and material. Material will be shared online. With hectic schedules, we understand that it can get difficult to stay on top of learning a new skill. If you miss a few classes, lack clarity on any concepts, or simply want to revise before the next level, you can attend any of our ongoing batches for up to a year from your registration. To ensure nothing stops you from learning, these sessions will be free of cost for you.

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LEVELS

Beginner's Level

30 hours, INR 9,440 (Inc. taxes)
The Beginner’s Course is the first step toward learning Chinese. Students are introduced to various aspects of the Mandarin language including accurate pronunciation, everyday vocabulary, and the romanisation of the Chinese language. Students learn basic greetings and how to talk about their interests, the weather, buying items, and exchanging currency among other topics. Students learn basic greetings and how to talk about their interests, the weather, buying items, and exchanging currency among other topics.

Level 1

60 hours, INR 14,160 (Inc. taxes)
Level 1 is for students who have already learnt the basics of the Chinese language. At this level, students learn to read and write Chinese characters called Hanzi. They learn to talk about their families, days, dates, and time. Students can hold conversations while shopping, give directions, express their likes and dislikes, and order food and beverages. They are also equipped to construct sentences with different structures and grammar patterns. Level 1 is equivalent to HSK Level 1 and the course includes HSK preparation and mock tests for those interested.

Level 2

60 hours, INR 14,160 (Inc. taxes)
Level 2 is a detailed course that gives students an overall understanding of the language. Here the focus is on the correct sentence constructions, patterns, and communication in complex situations. Students learn to speak and write about daily activities, personal health, weather, and food. They learn grammar structures to construct complex, nuanced sentences. Level 2 is equivalent to HSK Level 2 and the course includes HSK preparation and mock tests for those interested.

Level 3 and above

120 hours, INR 37,760 (inc. taxes)
Levels 3 and 4 are divided into 2 parts, each consisting of 60 teaching hours. Levels 5 and 6 are divided into 3 parts of 60 hours each. After Level 3, students can apply for jobs requiring Chinese proficiency and scholarships in China. Levels 4 and 5 allow students to work in high-customer interaction environments. Levels 5 and 6 are literature-oriented. For those who wish to learn Mandarin for business or trade, Business Chinese is an option after Level 3. Level 1 is equivalent to HSK Level 1 and the course includes HSK preparation and mock tests for those interested. Students learn basic greetings and how to talk about their interests, the weather, buying items, and exchanging currency among other topics.

Why Mandarin Chinese?​

Mandarin Chinese is the most spoken language in the world with over 1 billion speakers. It is an official language used for Government communication in 5 countries as well as a working language in the United Nations. Given its universal nature, knowing Mandarin opens up a world of opportunities for learners from any background. 

Mandarin earns a bad reputation for being the hardest language to study but we’re here to reassure you that this is a myth! Like any other foreign language, learning Mandarin takes practice and effort but it is an incredibly logical language. Especially for Indians, who usually know at least one Indian language, Mandarin is far easier than for those who only know English.

Our curriculum has been designed keeping Indian learners in mind. We use the Devanagari script to aid with pronunciation and pictorial references while teaching characters. Our courses are broken down into palatable levels with levels 1-6 corresponding to HSK examinations for those interested. We also offer HSK and HSKK preparatory classes. For levels 3 and above, contact us for batches. 

If you’d like to know more before signing up, join us for a free demo session to get a feel for our classes.