Beijing is China’s political, cultural and educational capital. The city’s history dates back three millennia and the metropolis has played an important role in China’s development ever since. Nowadays it is a flourishing modern metropolis where traditional Chinese culture meets the modern way of life.
Our Beijing Branch is located in the heart of Sanlitun, close to the Central Business District. The school is conveniently located for the many expatriates who work and live in Beijing as well as for students learning Chinese or doing an internship.
Sanlitun is one of Beijing's prime areas for shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife. Think of it as "New York's Time Square meets China" and you'll have an idea of what to expect. Even though there are many huge buildings and shopping centers, you can still find little pockets of calm and quiet to relax.
We offer a range of Chinese courses and services in Beijing that are open to learners of all levels. Our large team of native Chinese-speaking teachers are committed to helping you achieve your goals, whatever they may be. Browse our program selection below or come and see for yourself why we’ve been awarded the That’s Beijing Readers’ Choice for “Mandarin School of the Year” for three years running!
Study Chinese in the heart of the mandarin language. Our Intensive Chinese Program consists of 20 hours of class per week, which equals 4 hours/day.
Included in the Internship Program are 4 hours of Chinese class per week and weekly cultural activities. Prospective interns can expect the full service of our internship program.
Are you in Beijing and looking for Chinese Classes? We offer a personalized approach and flexible class hours.
Our Corporate Classes are all about flexibility. We offer classes wherever and whenever you want, with a one-on-one approach.
By Metro: take line 10 and get off at the Tuanjiehu Metro Stop, exit D. Walk about 500 meters west on Gongti Beilu. You will find us at the first intersection on your left hand side.
By car: from the 3rd ring road, turn west at the intersection between the 3rd ring road and Gongti Beilu (Changhong Qiao). Drive about 500 meters west on Gongti Beilu. You will find us at the first intersection on your left hand side.
Having trouble deciding whether you should study Mandarin in Shanghai or Beijing? Check out our comparison of the two cities here.