Location
  • China
    • Shanghai
Language
Mandarin
General grants/scholarships, Work exchange

Program Details

Language Level
BeginnerIntermediateAdvanced
Immersion Level
Intensive Standard
Certifications
HSK (Mandarin Chinese)
Specialized Courses
Business Medical Professional Specific Purposes Teaching
Class Size
Private Lessons Small Class (1-7) Medium Class (8-15) Large Class (15+)

Pricing

Starting Price
85
Price Details
The Chinese Language Semester Abroad Programme starts every other month. You may choose to study for 12, 24, 36 or 48 weeks to achieve your desired level of proficiency.
Program location: Huangpu District, Shanghai, China. Or flexible in some programs. Program length: 3-12 months
Class group size: 6-15 students per group
Program fee: vary for each individual student (please contact us for more information)
Registration fee: 85$ for X2-Visa; 150$ for X1-Visa
Books & Materials: 20-85$ depending on the length of study. To pay upon the first class.
Learning Achievement: HSK2-6
What's Included (Extra)

Career Opportunity
Accommodation
Flexible Hours
Activity
Visa Apply Supports
Certification

What's Not Included
Airfare
Oct 10, 2023
Dec 19, 2023
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About Program

While China opens up the border and invests huge supports for international students to pursue a study in China, it is a first key step for applicants to learn mandarin for a better competence for these opportunities. For a long-term business and career plan, candidates also need to study mandarin for better preparation with business opportunities with Chinese citizens.
Each week you will see how your Chinese steadily improves as you focus on speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Your progress will be tracked regularly to help you achieve your goals. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate which documents your new language level.
Our mandarin teaching team is awarded by TCSOL as Quality Mandarin School, authorized as an HSK Test Center, an strategic partner with Online Confucius Institute, and also highly recommended by famous platforms such as GoOverseas, GoAbroad, LanguageInternational, LanguageBooking, Study Travel Magazine, etc.

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Impact

Ethical Impact

This volunteer program gives you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of deserving children. Additionally, you will also have the opportunity to explore one of the most modern and exciting cities in China - Shanghai. As a volunteer, you will be stationed at an orphanage that is located in a children’s hospital. Children residing in this orphanage often arrive from other orphanages in more rural areas of China to receive better medical treatment. With your commitment, love, and care you have the chance to make a difference in their recovery.

Program Highlights

  • Wanderlust Exchange, renowned as a gap-year expert in China

Program Reviews

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Aseah
5/5
Yes, I recommend this program

Aseah

The Wanderlust Culture Home-stay English Teaching Program, spanning five months in China, offered a remarkable cultural exchange experience. Tasked with teaching English to two charming children, I also immersed myself in learning the Chinese language, culture, and lifestyle. The host family, including Mr. Lou, was incredibly welcoming, making me feel like a part of their family.

The program facilitated a true two-way cultural exchange and provided a supportive environment for teaching and learning. Exploring local traditions and cuisine was a highlight, adding to the richness of the experience. However, the program could improve by offering more structured English teaching resources.

Overall, this program is an excellent opportunity for cultural immersion and contributing to the educational journey of young minds. It's a deeply enriching experience that I highly recommend to anyone looking to explore Chinese culture while making a meaningful educational impact.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
I tasted black duck eggs and a big frog for the first time in my life 😂 I thought it was chicken.
Pros
  • Fun and exciting
  • Educational and Experience gained
  • New family gained in China 🇨🇳
Cons
  • Cultural differences
  • Language barrier
  • Lifestyle differences
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