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Q: Are there schools where foreigners can learn other languages in Beijing?

Are there schools in Beijing where foreigners can learn other languages? I'm thinking learning a bit of Shanghainese, Tibetan or Ughyr might be fun. Also are there places to learn European languages or other Asian languages? Or does one just have to get a tutor?

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Your best option is to find a private tutor.

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Have you tried looking at the Minzu University? I once met someone who taught there and they said they have a large language department.

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I can teach you Romanian :) 

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