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

Ay Lin Kho

36 – 45 , Netherlands

(4.3)
I found a great Mandarin language school located in the heart of Shanghai. The place is restful; the people are friendly but most importantly the classes are professional and clear. The Western management did a perfect job writing the books in a Western way helping them to understand the Chinese language. In the past I had a lot of Chinese teachers (Chinese people) but the language didn’t make sense to me. Now with the Chinese Teacher here at Mandalingua the language makes sense and I am glad I joined MandaLingua! Her comment in her mother tongue: Een erg professioneel opgezette school in het hart van Shanghai. De leraren zijn vriendelijk en aardig, de ruimte is rustgevend en er is aandacht voor jou en jouw Chinees. Door de Westerse insteek zijn de boeken heel duidelijk en is de taal begrijpelijk. Ik heb al veel Chinese leraren van Chinese afkomst gehad en…
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Kate Shapkina

26 – 35 , Kazakhstan

(5)
I was studying Chinese for two years in Chongqing University before I moved to Shanghai, but still had a feeling that it was not completely enough. I lacked deeper grammatical knowledge and my conversational skills were not that fluent. I found Mandalingua by chance when browsing Internet. I immediately liked location of the language school (right in the centre near the People's Square), and when I came for a visit, I was pleasantly surprised with a nice and friendly atmosphere, spacious and sunny classes, great management and teaching personnel. My teacher, Liu Weipeng is a high profile professional and I am grateful for the efforts he had put into my education. There was a specifically tailored course that included everything that I needed: we researched grammar, read business-oriented texts and just had a good chat in Chinese. In the end I decided that it was a high time for me…
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Alexander Balchin

18 – 25 , United Kingdom

(4.7)
After studying on my own, in my spare time, for nearly a year, I decided to to take the leap into learning at a Chinese language school. I looked around and had trial lessons at a couple of different places; MandaLingua is so convenient and professional, its perfect for part-time learning! Without a proper tutor my conversational ability wasn't improving but practicing twice a week has really made a difference. Other schools offer cheaper hourly rates, but the MandaLingua textbook teaches you more efficiently so you pay the same and save time!
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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

13 Sep 2017

Join our Yunnan Food Event

Yunnan cuisine is vastly varied, because it is the province with the largest number of ethnic minority groups. Many Yunnan dishes are spicy, and mushrooms are featured prominently. Flowers, ferns, algae and insects may also be eaten.

Join our Food event 13. September 2017
Meeting point and time: Our school at 18.00

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

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

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.

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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