LEARN MANDARIN FROM NATIVE CHINESE TEACHERS
Taught by native Chinese teachers from Mainland China, the ONLY course to be endorsed by the Chinese Consulate, Mumbai Inchin Closers certificate Mandarin courses will teach you to speak, read and write Mandarin with confidence!
Select a class from the options below:
- Speak, read and write Basic Mandarin with native Chinese professionals.
Date: 18th March – 8th July
Day: Every Saturday from 2 – 4:30pm
Location: Bandra W
Fees: Rs. 20,000/-
Total hours: 40
International level: HSK 1
Last date of registration: 10th March, 2017
- Learn how to write more than 200 Chinese characters.
Date: 19th March – 7th May
Day: Every Sunday from 3 – 5pm
Location: Bandra W
Fees: Rs. 15,000/-
Total hours: 14
International level: HSK 3
Last date of registration: 12th March, 2017
- Take your Conversational Chinese to the next level!
Date: 5th March – 25th June
Day: Every Sunday from 11 – 1pm
Location: Bandra W
Fees: Rs. 21,000/-
Total hours: 30
International level: HSK 2
Last date of registration: 25th February, 2017
Please fill up the application form to sign up for any Inchin Closer class:
- There are three levels to Inchin Closer’s Mandarin – Beginners, Intermediate & Advanced. On passing each level, students attain a certificate and consecutively move up to the next level. It takes approximately one year to complete all 3 levels.
- Besides employing native Chinese professionals to teach the language, we are the only certified course to be endorsed by the Chinese consulate. Our teaching methods are interactive, fun and inspirational. 80% of our students prefer to continue learning with Inchin closer through our 3 levels. Inchin Closer has small classrooms at several convenient locations across the city. We also conduct Inchin corners and help our students find jobs to utilise their Mandarin skills. See also – Why learn Mandarin with Inchin Closer.
- On completing the 35 hours beginners level, you will be able to speak to a native Chinese person with confidence. You will be able to introduce yourself, order food at a restaurant, conduct a basic office meeting, ask for directions and check into a hotel. You will also be able to recognise, read and write basic Mandarin characters.
- Inchin Closer believes in quality education. Which means we have small classrooms to maximise student – teacher interaction. Since learning Mandarin pronunciations correctly is paramount, we restrict our class size to 15 – 20 students.
- On completion of Inchin Closers 3 levels of Mandarin, one will be able to speak confidently to a native chinese person across a range of topics. You will also be able to understand what native Chinese people are saying during negotiations as well as read and write Characters.
- Inchin Closer understands Bombay”s hectic lifestyle and your travel plans, we help you make up missed classes free of cost.
- We utilise a blended approach to learning – ie our brick and motar classes are supplemented by online learning exercises that help you practice Mandarin at your time and pace. While creative individual and group based learning activities are conducted in class, we encourage students to utilise technology to their advantage. We have noticed this approach not only involves the student much more, but also enhances the learning process.
- We have a special team of experts who have studied how Indians learn Mandarin best and as a result have devised our own syllabus specifically for the Indian audience. In addition, we are Mumbai’s only Mandarin language Institute to teach authentic Mandarin, with a native Chinese teacher. This becomes very important while learning tones and understanding modern Chinese language and culture. Additionally, we supplement our classes with multimedia materials to make learning Mandarin interactive, fun and easy to learn. Having said that, Mandarin like any language needs constant practice, so you will need to invest in the language to master it.
- Mandarin is the native language spoken across Mainland China, it is also widely spoken in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and most of South East Asia. Cantonese is only spoken in Hong Kong, however this is also changing as more people in Hong Kong learn Mandarin.