Chinese Language Courses in Shanghai

Intensive Chinese Group Courses

Learn Chinese efficiently

  • Learning every day
  • Group Intensive Classes
  • 15 to 30 Lessons weekly
  • Conversational Lessons
  • Comprehensive Chinese
  • Speaking & Listening
  • Writing & Reading


Course from 900 ¥ / Week

Chinese Private Tutoring

Learn with your Tutor

  • Individual Time & Content
  • Private Course Intensive
  • Private Course Flexible
  • HSK Preparation Course
  • Online Skype Course
  • Individual number of lessons


Course from 105 ¥ / Lesson

Chinese Courses   for Expats

Essential Chinese for Expats

  • Basic Chinese for Expats
  • Quick & efficient
  • Speaking & Listening
  • Master everyday life
  • You choose topics
  • Individual number of lessons per week


Course 4,600 ¥ / 40 Lessons

Other Courses & Culture Workshops

Other Chinese Courses

Learn Chinese step by step

  • Evening Course
  • Weekend Classes
  • Chinese for the Junior
  • Internship in China
  • Learn Quick & Efficient


Course 4,500 ¥ / 60 Lessons

Explore China

Culture & Business
Workshops 

  • Do’s and dont’s in China
  • Habits of Chinese
  • Business etiquette
  • China´s background
  • Set up a business


Workshops 270 ¥ / Person

China MBA

How doing Business as Expert in China

  • Expert in China Business
  • with Jiao Tong University
  • 16 modules á 6 hours
  • China MBA Diplome
  • Lecture Language: English


Seminar from 4.500 ¥ / Person

Student Reviews of our School

Leslie Burry

26 – 35 , Switzerland

(5)
I spent the last 4 months studying Chinese with MandaLingua in a private course. The whole administrative process from registration to my final lesson went very smoothly and I always felt welcome at the language school. Even though I "only" had 10 lessons a week, I was surprised how fast my language skills evolved from week to week. This surely is the advantage of learning a new language being on the ground in China, so you can practise what you've learnt during class wherever you go. The course content was well balanced between speaking, listening, reading and writing but also included cultural sections where I learnt interesting and sometimes surprising things about Chinese history, Chinese culture or everyday life in China. A big thank you goes to my teacher Sun Changhai who was always very dedicated and patient. I greatly enjoyed my lessons with him and especially appreciated our talks…
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Amaia Urribaren

26 – 35 , Spain

(4.8)
My experience in this Chinese language school was very positive from the beginning. The enrollment to the school was immediately. The clases were very multicultural (a German, French, Australian, Italian, Brazil and American) very dynamic thanks to the good work of the teacher Hongyu. She did her work every day very responsible and took good care of us. The books we used in class were self-developed by MandaLingua and I think you could tell. The managers were very nice and attentive with the students, offering their help at any time. Finally, the location is excellent. The school is right at the People's Square and the infrastructure are totally new. Thank you very much! Her comment in her mother tongue: Mi experiencia en esta academia ha sido muy positiva desde el principio. La incorporación en la academia fue inmediata. La clase ha sido multicultural (un alemán, francés, australiano, italiano, brasileño y…
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Ramsay Kerr

26 – 35 , United Kingdom

(4.7)
I’ve been studying Mandarin at MandaLingua for over a year now, in one to one courses with my teacher, Hong Yu, three times per week. The location is perfect for me, as it’s People’s Square location is very convenient for me to call in by on my way home after work. The language school has been very flexible to allow me to fit classes around quite an un-predicatable schedule. It is a very nice environment to study in, with comfortable, well lit classrooms and a relaxed professional environment. Hong Yu is a great teacher, with a great deal of patience for a student like me that unfortunately doesn’t have time for too much self study outside of the class room. I feel my mandarin has progressed a great deal in the last year, and this has been very much due to MandaLingua and Hong Yu.
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News about MandaLingua

6 Jul 2017

Summer Special

Let’s make it Hot.

At the hot temperatures in Shanghai, our MandaLingua prices also melt.

Buy 40 Chinese lessons and get 2 lessons and a MandaLingua textbook and on the registration fee for 50%

In this way, learning Chinese is fun!

Offer valid until End of August 2017.

31 Mar 2017

Qing Ming Festival

The Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb-sweeping Day, is one of the 24 segments of the Chinese calendar. It normally falls on the 4th or 5th of April (this year on the 2nd and 3rd).

Read some history about this Chinese Festival.

Events & Activities of our School

29 Jul 2017

Xinchang Ancient Watertown

Xinchang Ancient Watertown is the last ancient Watertown around Shanghai. Xinchang shines with its original and traditional charm, which is still so untouristic. Over half of the buildings of the town center are from the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasty. This makes Xinchang the only, comparatively complete, historical village in Pudong, Shanghai.

Join our event the 29. July 2017
Meetingpoint: West Nanjing Raod, Exit 3
Time: 10.00 in the morning

Contact Dennis for further information or to apply for the event.

We are looking forwad to having a nice day with you.

6 Jul 2017

Join our Dongbei Food Event

Dongbei Food is a rich Northeastern Chinese cuisine with various foods and dishes. Dongbei-style food is used of pickled napa cabbage, carrots, as well as wheat and corn instead of rice.  And not to forget various dished with potatoes.

Join our Food event 6. July 2017
Meeting point and time: Our school at 19.00

Contact Dennis to apply a seat for you or your friend.

We are looking forward to having a nice evening with you.

Explore China

Do's und Don'ts in China

Congratulation! You have made it to China. The adventure is far from over. Here are some tips to help you with your everyday life in China – some not completely serious do’s and don’ts for your stay!

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Chinese New Year 农历新年

Chinese New Year On February 18th it is on again. More than 750 million Chinese start their journeys, and travel throughout China in order to visit their friends and families at home. It is Chinese spring festival, also known as Chinese New Year (CNY). Although CNY is the most important feast of the year for […]

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