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Mandarin Courses High Wycombe
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Mandarin Courses in High Wycombe for Individuals and Business

Thinking of learning Mandarin? Why not try a course with one of our private tutors? We can help arrange everything, from start to finish, so you can relax and focus on your learning.

For corporate training organisers, visit our business language training page to see how our fully-managed service can help you and your employees improve their language skills.

Mandarin Courses – Information

Lesson Days/Times: Your Choice
Lesson Length: 1.5 or 2 hours
Lesson Venue: Anywhere in High Wycombe
Lesson Frequency: Your Choice
Course Content: Bespoke, personalised course
Course Start Date: Your Choice
Total Course Length: Your Choice

“The tutor really helped me keep up and get the basics done.”

Flora Kinnear

Why You Should Take One of Our Mandarin Courses

  • Discuss Your Needs for Free
  • Excellent Tutors
  • Payment is Easy

Discuss Your Needs for Free

An initial free call with our team will highlight any needs and goals that you have for your Mandarin. From there, if you decide to go ahead with lessons, the teacher will be well placed to carefully plan a bespoke course for you. If nothing else, you will have a clearer idea about how to proceed.

Excellent Tutors

The quality of our professional language teacher network is paramount. Our team have handpicked each and every teacher personally. A lot of work has gone into ensuring only the best make it onto our list. So that you are able to benefit from best quality of tuition possible.

Payment is Easy

To make things easier we will organise payment for a block of lessons at the start of your course. All you need to do is provide your card details. We can sort the rest. Towards the end of your lessons you can rebook more hours by sending a simple message.


“Reading is to the mind as exercise is to the body. If you can, read a little in Mandarin and you’ll naturally improve.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director