Even though in some ways China has always been present, it never stops surprising us.

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Our courses

Regular course
  • Comprehensive overview of the language.
  • Group feedback.
  • Maximum of 9 students per group.
  • Weekday and weekend classes.
In-person or online classes
  • With the student’s personal interests in mind.
  • Extended schedule available.
  • Adapted to the student’s way of studying.
  • Perfect for students under the age of 12.
Study trips to China
  • Partnerships with the best schools in China.
  • A wide range of schools to choose from.
  • Put into practice what you’ve learned.
  • A once in a lifetime experience.
Intensive summer course
  • Learn Chinese in a quick and effective way.
  • 9 students per class.
  • During weekdays, Monday to Thursday.

Why learn Chinese?

Between the eastern countries, China is probably the country with most presence. It’s a country with large contrasts and has one of the most long-standing cultures of the world that spread to the neighboring countries. So, if you are looking for new challenges and want to immerse yourself in a new culture, learning Chinese is a must!

How long does it take to learn Chinese?

Even though Chinese might seem to us one of the hardest thing to do in the world, what is certain is that once we get the hang of the Han Zi (汉字) or Chinese characters, the grammar is pretty simple. In fact, the Chinese grammar is more flexible than our own language.

Learning to use the language can take us up to 2 years of constant study. However, being able to speak in Chinese appropriately and being able to meet our goals will take us, approximately, 4 years. But this estimate will depend on the student’s motivation and their own skills.

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Do you wish to study in China?

A lot has been said about Chinese, like for example, that it is the language of the future. The Chinese vocabulary, the script (those “sticks” properly called hanzi), the pronunciation; learning Chinese might seem to us the hardest thing to do in the world without a doubt, but it actually isn’t. Whether you have reached a good level of Chinese or if you are starting to learn it, in Mitoyo we offer you the opportunity to go to China thanks to our partnership plan. With the Mitoyo trips, you’ll delve deeper into the Chinese culture and significantly improve your level. Thanks to our partnerships you’ll find the course that fits you best. Call us or keep browsing for more information.

Study trips to China

(Español) Estudiar chino en China

(Español) Una de las ventajas de estudiar chino en China es que acortarás notablemente el tiempo que necesitas para dominar el idioma. Ser capaz de defenderte en este idioma puede llevarte unos dos años aproximadamente estudiándolo de forma continuada. No obstante, al carecer de la oportunidad para practicarlo diariamente, es normal sentir ciertas inseguridades. Eso no ocurrirá estudiando en China ya que tendrás ocasiones de sobra para utilizar todo el contenido nuevo enfrentándote a situaciones reales. Además, aumentarás tu fluidez y acortarás el tiempo necesario para conseguir relacionarte en chino. Con el programa de viajes de Mitoyo, aprender chino en China es posible en prácticamente cualquier momento del año ya que contamos con una amplia oferta en varios momentos del año. Así, el viaje con el que estabas contando desde hace tiempo está a un paso desde nuestra academia de chino en Madrid a los diferentes centros educativos. Un paso que puedes dar en cualquier momento, pero que recordarás el resto de tu vida. Se trata de la oportunidad perfecta para estar tan sumergido en la cultura china que llegará el día en que de repente tus sueños estén en chino.

(Español) Academia de chino en Madrid

(Español) Antes de nada, hay que decir que Mitoyo no es solo academia de chino en Madrid, sino que también es un espacio para el intercambio cultural entre China y España. Se trata de un espacio tranquilo en el que aprender idiomas a la vez que conoces personas con los mismos intereses que tú y complementas tu formación con actividades culturales. De esta forma, aprender chino se hace más ameno gracias a que también se relaciona con contenidos culturales. Somos una escuela de chino en Madrid desde que nuestro proyecto de combinar las culturas asiática y española cristalizara en lo que somos ahora. Tratamos de transmitir la pasión que sentimos por su cultura en nuestras clases. Además de las clases de chino en Madrid impartidas por nativos expertos y con una gran trayectoria como formadores para avalarles. En caso de que te suponga un inconveniente trasladarte a la capital, también tienes la opción de las clases online por Skype. Nuestra metodología se basa en las directrices que marca HANBAN, central del Instituto Confucio, centro responsable de la enseñanza y aprendizaje del chino mandarín.

Not only a Chinese academy in Madrid…

As we have already said, in Mitoyo we’re a Korean academy in Madrid too, where we offer different type of courses. From regular ones to TOPIK courses (Test Of Proficiency In Korean) You will have class in small groups in order to be able to pay attention to each student and different levels adjusted to your needs, going from A1 and A2 levels for beginners I and II, B1 and B2 for intermediates I and II and C1 and C2 for advanced I and II.

If you’re interested in more aspects of the Asian culture, come and visit our Japanese academy. We have a wide variety of courses and activities that will allow you to enjoy the Japanese culture too. Our classes goes from basic level A1 to the most advanced one C2. If you feel ready to pass the exam NOKEN, get enrolled in one of our NOKEN courses and certify your level to prove yourself that you’re taking the right steps on your Japanese education.

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The blog to learn more about China through articles written about general topics that are always focused on one main goal: Gaining insight about China’s greatness. A few topics on practical matters, a few more on cultural matters. A blog as miscellaneous as the Chinese food!

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