Study Abroad and Learn Chinese Part 1

Chinese is the most widely-spoken language in the world. There are many programs in a wide variety of locations where you can go to study this fascinating language. Which location is right for you? In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of studying in Beijing and Hangzhou, China. Stay tuned for additional locations later on this week.

Beijing, China’s capital, is a huge city filled with ancient treasures. While studying here, students can take advantage of the incredible history by touring the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and innumerable temples, museums, parks, and lakes.

AmeriSpan has two Chinese schools in Beijing, First Choice and Budget-Friendly. Our First Choice school is located in the Chaoyang district, walkable to the subway. There are many school organized activities, lots of homestay interaction, and lots of homestay interaction. We like that students live in a private room with laundry service, with a choice of homestay or apartment. There is also a diverse mix of students and academic credit is available. What don’t we like? Usually, students have a 20-40 minute commute to school. Additional programs offered at this school include Chinese for Specific Purposes, Chinese and Kung Fu, Chinese and Painting, and Chinese and Calligraphy.