Whenever you want: during the week, weekends, evenings and at lunchtime
At Hutong School all group classes are small with an average of four or five students per class, enabling our teachers to give each student individual attention. This personalized teaching approach is the key to fast and effective results.
If you want to study at your own pace, then private classes are the answer for you. Take advantage of our 1-on-1 sessions and learn Chinese the way you want.
Working in a specific business sector and looking to brush up your Chinese? We can help.
Hutong School’s Shanghai branch is ideally located in the Former French Concession, on the border of Jing’an. Originally a renovated factory building, the school boasts cozy comfortable classrooms, a spacious lounge to relax and socialize in between classes, and a huge rooftop terrace overlooking the Former French Concession.
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If you are interested in booking your Chinese courses with Hutong School Shanghai or Beijing, or if you have any further questions, please contact us or call 1-347-871-9940.
Group Chinese Classes
Tutorial sessions (free)
Lessons start at RMB 85 per hour ($US14) and goes up slightly based on package chosen. Private one-on-one lessons start at RMB 160 per hour ($25). Conversion fluctuates.
Beijing is China’s political, cultural and educational capital. The city’s history dates back three millennia and the metropolis has played an important role in China’s development ever since. Nowadays it is a flourishing modern metropolis where traditional Chinese culture meets the modern way of life.
The Beijing Branch is located in the heart of Sanlitun, close to the Central Business District. The school is conveniently located for the many expatriates who work and live in Beijing as well as for students learning Chinese or doing an internship.
Sanlitun is one of Beijing’s prime areas for shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife. Think of it as “New York’s Time Square meets China” and you’ll have an idea of what to expect. Even though there are many huge buildings and shopping centers, you can still find little pockets of calm and quiet to relax.