Chinese courses at IQ for all levels of proficiency

IQ's Chinese courses are designed both for beginners as well as for those who already know some Chinese, or more specifically Mandarin. We also offer intensive courses and evening classes. You can start your Chinese course at any time – there is no registration fee. Besides teaching you the language and characters, our Chinese courses also deal with social issues and everyday situations.

All Chinese courses at a glance

Chinese courses for beginners

Chinese

Our Chinese course for beginners gives you a step-by-step introduction to the Chinese language and the tones that account for its special melody. You'll learn to get the gist of conversations and take part in simple discussions about day-to-day life. By the end of the course, you'll be able to read short texts and write simple messages.

Chinese language courses for intermediate learners

Our intermediate level courses aim to build on and greatly expand your existing Chinese language skills. You'll engage more intensively with the use of characters and systematically practice conversational Chinese. The intermediate Chinese course will also introduce you to the subtleties and quirks of the Chinese language.

Chinese for business

IQ's business Chinese courses introduce you to the unique features of business Mandarin and show you how to apply your new knowledge in practical situations. We'll explain the differences between the spoken and written language used in everyday life and business Chinese, and we'll show you the most important idioms used in business.

Chinese for communication

Our intermediate level courses aim to build on and greatly expand your existing Chinese language skills. You'll engage more intensively with the use of characters and systematically practice conversational Chinese. The intermediate Chinese course will also introduce you to the subtleties and quirks of the Chinese language.

Chinese certificate courses

Our Chinese certificate course will prepare you thoroughly and effectively for the HSK exam. This officially recognised Chinese test for non-native speakers is a requirement for admission to Chinese universities and is accepted as a formal qualification by Chinese employers.

Chinese courses at IQ

IQ's Mandarin language courses

Almost a quarter of the world's population lives in China – and they all speak Chinese. But not all Chinese is the same: the Chinese or Sinitic language has several dialects. There are eight major Chinese dialect groups: Mandarin, Wu, Cantonese, Min, Jin, Xiang, Hakka/Kejia and Gan/Kan. Mandarin, which is spoken by around 875 million people, is the most widely spoken dialect, and the one taught in IQ's Chinese courses. To communicate in a country like China, it is not necessary to know all the dialects. Mandarin Chinese is a compulsory subject in Chinese schools. Chinese is a tonal language. In other words, speaking a word with different intonation changes its meaning. In our Mandarin language courses you can start learning Mandarin from scratch and continue until you have mastered the finer points of the language. Arrange your personal appointment!

Course types and prices for our Chinese courses

term coursesemi-intensive courseintensive couseindividual coaching
3 months2x 90 Min./week mtl. 199€3x 225 Min. mtl. 399€/week5x 225 Min./week mtl. 650€1x 90Min./week mtl. 299€
6 months1x 90 Min./week mtl. 99€3x 225 Min. mtl. 399€/week5x 225 Min./week mtl. 650€1x 90 Min./week mtl. 279€
12 months1x 90 Min./week mtl. 79€ 1x 90 Min./week mtl. 259€
18 months1x 90 Min./week mtl. 69€
intensive 120x 45 Min. 3.595€
lesson*from 8,63 €6,65€6,50€29,95€

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