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Mandarin Courses in Singapore
Start your Mandarin Courses in Singapore with us today! All ages and nationalities welcome.
Join our tight family-like community and make friends from all over the world to go explore Singapore and learn Mandarin together. Total beginners, intermediate or more advanced level, all levels welcome!
We only hire the best teachers. They are all experienced and certified and know exactly how to take your Mandarin skills to the next level in the fastest and most effective way.
- Study Chinese in Singapore
- All age groups welcomed
- All levels and nationalities
- International groups of students
- Average of 3 students per class
- 24/7 support from the LTL team
Our group classes are kept small, with an average of 3 students, so you all get the attention you deserve. The smaller the class, the more you talk for even faster language progress.
By taking Mandarin Courses in Singapore, you really get the chance to dive right into the language. You can even add on individual classes to your group program to embed your Mandarin even stronger.
Study Mandarin Efficiently
Small classes: 3 students per class on average, maximum of 6
Friends for life: Meet other students from all over the world
Full coverage: Listening, writing, reading and speaking
1 on 1 Tuition: Add individual classes to speed up your progress
LTL Support Team
Experts: We have years of experience, we can advise you wisely
Knowledge: Questions about Singapore? We have the answers
Tight Community: A home away from home, your 2nd home
24/7 Support: We are always here to help, just get in touch
The Best Teaching Team
Experienced: All teachers have spent years teaching Mandarin
Certified: They all have a degree in Teaching Chinese
Qualified: We are strict, only the best can teach at LTL
Diverse: Each lesson is different, you will never get bored
See the sights: Marina Bays Sands, Gardens by the Bay…
Make Friends: Meet students from all over the world
Weekly activities: Get to know Singapore with your new friends
Fine Cuisine: Foodies, you’ll love the place, it’s amazing
What Our Students Say About Mandarin Courses
Full Time Chinese Course in Singapore
Explore Singapore and learn Chinese together!
At LTL classes are taught by the best teachers in the field, they are all certified with a teaching degree and have years of experience teaching Mandarin to foreign students.
It is very difficult to work at LTL, because we only select the best. Our teachers know how to get your Chinese to the next level in to time, you’ll be amazed seeing how fast your skills will progress.
In Singapore, we keep our classes small, so every one has a chance to speak, ask questions and bond with the teachers. You won’t have to fight for attention like at university, how great is that!
Our school is located in the centre of Singapore, a very convenient location that allow to go explore the city with your classmates and go for drinks after class. If you are looking for faster progress, you can choose to live in a Chinese Homestay, which 80% of our students choose. Living with a family allows you to speak Chinese all day, and use what you learned in class in real life.
LTL Mandarin Courses in Singapore – Group Classes
- Mandarin courses from Monday to Friday
- Standard (20 hours a week) or intensive (30 hours a week) course
- Lessons are 55 minutes long
- Groups of three students on average (maximum of six)
- 70% Oral Chinese
- 30% Reading and Written
Standard – 4 hours per day, 5 days a week, which makes a total of 20h Chinese learning a week.
Intensive – 6 hours per day (4h of group class and 2h of 1-on-1), 5 days a week, which makes a total of 30 hours each week.
Learn Chinese, and make friends for life.
Our classes covers all aspects of the language: listening, writing, speaking and reading. For even faster progress, you can also add Individual Classes to your Group Classes to speed up your progress and strengthen what you learned with your classmates.
2021-22 Start Dates – Mandarin Courses in Singapore
22 March 2021
12 April 2021
03 May 2021
24 May 2021
14 June 2021
05 July 2021
19 July 2021
02 August 2021
16 August 2021
30 August 2021
20 September 2021
11 October 2021
08 November 2021
29 November 2021
20 December 2021
17 January 2022
14 February 2022
14 March 2022
04 April 2022
25 April 2022
23 May 2022
20 June 2022
04 July 2022
25 July 2022
15 August 2022
29 August 2022
26 September 2022
17 October 2022
21 November 2022
12 December 2022
Mandarin Courses in Singapore – Pricing (SGD)
|Duration||% OFF||Standard (20h group)||Intensive (20h group + 10h 1-on-1)|
NOTE – Prices are in Singapore Dollar (SGD). You can also pay in other currencies : Euros, USD, CND, GBP, AUD, JPY and SWF.
The exchange rate at the time of payment will be used.
- No hidden charges
- No registration fees
- No processing fees
- Text books included
You can visit our Accommodation page to have a look at all of our Accommodation options.
CHRISTMAS DISCOUNT – Start your four weeks or longer course in December 2020 and get 50% off from the 21st Dec 2020 – 1st Jan 2021
Your Free Personal Assessment
This is not a test, just a way for us to know your current Chinese level in order to find you the right group class.
If you are a complete beginner there is no problem, but if you already know some Chinese, we will assess you before you start your Mandarin courses in Singapore.
You don’t have to worry, really! The assessment is in fact a simple conversation with our Director of Studies, who will ask simple questions to get to know your level. This small chat we allow us to put you in the right class with the right teacher, so you can make the most of your stay.
This step is VERY IMPORTANT to your progress in Mandarin. We don’t want you to feel too far behind, or too advanced, so we will find you the perfect class.
NOTE – If you don’t know any Chinese and are a complete beginner, you can start at any date stated above. If you already know some Mandarin, you can start any Monday of the year.
Group classes in Singapore – FAQ’s
Should I choose group or individual lessons?
It’s up to you, really.
But if you already know some Mandarin, a group class might not be the best option. Indeed, levels between students tend to vary a lot from the intermediate to the most advanced level. In that case, 1-on-1 lessons are more appropriate.
For complete beginners, a group class or an Intensive course would be a good option. That way you can start learning Chinese with other students of a beginner level, and progress together towards higher levels.
One of the benefit of the individual classes, is that you can choose what to learn and focus on a certain aspect of the language. In short, you can tailor every lesson to your needs and likings.
Contact us directly through the contact form or via the live chat, so we can discuss what type of class would suit you best.
What does a typical lesson at LTL look like?
During your lessons you’ll cover all aspects of the language: speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
The teachers will also encourage you to use as much Chinese as possible during the lesson. The time is divided by 70% speaking and 30% writing, since speaking Chinese will be more useful in your day to day life in China.
Usually the week is divided like this:
Mon-Wed-Fri – Speaking & Listening
Tues-Thur – Writing & Reading
You won’t have time to be bored in class with LTL!
Will I study with someone from my country?
Your fellow students can come from absolutely every country in the world. Maybe they will come from the same country, maybe not.
To this day, LTL have had more than 5,000 students from more than 100 countries. It is your chance to make international friends and learn about other cultures.
What can I do to learn faster?
There is so many things you can do speed up your progress!
– Go out, make Chinese friends
– Take part in every activity where you can meet Chinese people (Language Mix..)
– Study hard and never give up. Consistency is key
– Read as much as possible
– Use daily the best Chinese learning apps
– Listen to Chinese songs, watch Chinese TV shows
– Listen to Chinese podcasts
– Ask questions. There is no such thing as a stupid question
– Try NOT to speak your language when Chinese is too hard. Keep trying