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MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP

MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP

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What we're all about...

20 lessons per week from Monday to Friday. The minimum duration is two weeks. Teachers use a teaching method which combines all aspects and skills of language such as grammar. pronunciation, vocabulary, listening, reading, conversation and writing, in an interactive way that makes language learning productive and interesting. Our students are always surprised by how fast they learn with the summer programs. Students will be lodged at a residential complex. The accommodation is within twenty minutes of public transportation or walking distance from the school. A monitor stays in the apartment with the students during evenings and the weekends. Activities include soccer, ping-pong, badminton, swimming, traditional paper-cutting, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese dumplings, Chinese Marital Arts, watching an acrobatic show, tours to local sites of young people's interest, excursions to cities or nearby towns. Day program available.

MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP
MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP
MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP
MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP
MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP

Contact us

Mandarin House

Koen Vandecaveye

(86) 21-61371913

(86) 21-61371912

Fax:

Email

Our camp address

MANDARIN HOUSE SUMMER CAMP

650 Hankou Ed, 12th fl

Beijing and Shanghai

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

Students are lodged at a residential complex, which is within 20 minutes of public transportation or walking distance from the school.

Capacity:

50

Accreditation

What we offer...

Activities

Acting, Arts & Crafts, Martial Arts, Soccer, Swim Recreation,

Cost & Sessions

Contact us for rates & dates.

Camp Q&A

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Is tuition assistance available?