Location
  • China
    • Shanghai
Length
4 to 12 weeks
Language
Chinese

Program Details

Language Level
BeginnerIntermediateAdvanced
Immersion Level
Intensive Standard
Certifications
HSK (Mandarin Chinese)
Class Size
Small Class (1-7)
Weekly Classroom Hours
9
Age Min.
16

Pricing

Starting Price
710
Price Details
Prices range from 710 USD for HSK1 (48 sessions) to 794 USD for HSK 2 (54 sessions) to 1046 USD for HSK 3 (72 sessions). Each session is 50 minutes.
Oct 08, 2019
Jun 09, 2019
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About Program

Our small-sized group classes in Shanghai are a great and affordable way to learn Mandarin while getting face-to-face contact with your teachers and fellow students. Besides, there are plenty of other things before and after class!

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Program Highlights

  • At most 6 students per class.
  • Study at the Yangpu or Shanghai Library campus.
  • Highly experienced teachers: an average of 7 years experience teaching Chinese to foreign students.
  • Evening, morning or weekend classes, programs ranging from regular to intensive.
  • Over 90% of our students renew their lesson package with us.

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Leila
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Fun teachers and fun classmates

I think international people who choose to travel to Shanghai are amazing. Events and group classes at GoEast made me meet a lot of new people to make lifelong friendships and moments I'll never forget. Among them are GoEast teachers, who guided me from HSK2 to HSK4. But they've also helped me change my house when my landlord wanted me out (the GoEast staff helped me get some compensation). I've even been to the wedding of a GoEast teacher (these weddings are not like American weddings... there are over 400 guests!).
Learning Chinese hasn't helped me in my job really, but it has made me closer to people. When you talk to locals in Chinese they open up and with HSK4 I'm really enabled to have conversations now. I'll keep this and the GoEast experience the rest of my life.

What was your funniest moment?
The funniest moments are in-class. It's not really the curriculum but then we for instance talk about animal names: a dolphin in Chinese is a "sea-pig", a hippo is a "box-horse". Then we started making up names for animals which we thought the Chinese name would be.
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