September 14th, 2020
The Nottingham Confucius Institute is offering a wide range of free and subsidised Mandarin courses.
Courses are taught by experienced language teachers from Chinese universities and are either free or subsidised by Nottingham Confucius Institute.
Due to the pandemic, all courses are being taught online until advised otherwise. Instructions for joining the sessions will be sent via email following registration.
There are a number of online lessons offered free of charge between October and December 2020. Each course runs for 10 weeks with a one-hour lesson each week.
All are welcome to attend, however if availability becomes limited priority will be given to students and staff from the Nottingham Confucius Institute and the University of Nottingham.
The deadline for applications is Wednesday 30 September and further information can be found on the website.
These courses commence in October, January and May and consist of 10 weekly two-hour sessions.
Courses costs £100 per person and further information is available on the website.
Private Mandarin Lessons
One-to-one tuition for individuals and private tuition for small groups, suitable for people looking for a more flexible way of learning throughout the year.
Private lessons cost £200 for 10 hours and further information is available on the website.
These courses commence in October, January and May and consists of 10 weekly two-hour sessions.
Courses cost £100 per person and further information is available on the website.
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