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Q: Good Chinese language schools in Beijing ?

My friend is coming to Beijing and she would like to find a Chinese language program in Beijing. Any tips about which school / program will be really appreciated.

8 years 8 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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from what i heard stick to universities that have a good amount of foreign students because they become almost fluent in 12 - 18 months

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check out Beijing Language and Cultural University

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aha,thats so easy,just come into daily china life.she will be fluent chinese.
language enviroment is so important to learning.
maybe i can help you at proper time ,coz i ever been a chinese teacher

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If you're going to go full time you can't beat a well-known university's program. If you're talking part time, check out Taipei Language institute. 

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This ad here looks like it is good and since it is on the front page of the echinacities website it must be reputable. The place looks familiar I believe I've been there before if I'm not mistaken. I'm not sure where it is but there is a similar place that looks like that in Beijing at the dawanglu area. They also teach Chinese and English. 

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