Chinese is a critical language for all global organizations. This Mandarin for Business program features a thorough basic and intermediate learning experience at an intensive pace. In this program, we integrate your Chinese learning experiences from basics, such as tones, pinyin, grammar, characters, and basic structures to advanced knowledge. We provide a solid learning system that is essential for beginners to differentiate and construct sentences, and then use them in real life, workplace and business scenarios. After you’ve gained basic knowledge in more than 16 scenarios, you will advance to a business Chinese course that will offer you the opportunity apply the Mandarin language skills you have gained in real-world business scenarios. Drawing from the skills you’ve developed in the Basic Mandarin courses in this series, you will learn how to address yourself more properly in different circumstances, which is especially useful for networking and negotiating with business partners, contract signing and maintaining a business relationship.
For all courses, we use videos that include everyday conversations to let students learn the most practical Chinese.The instructor also offers slides and audio supplements for sentences and phrases to get you familiar with different intonation and pronunciation.
By the end of this series, you will gain essential vocabulary and grammar skills for daily conversations and applicable Chinese business language skills.
What You'll Learn:
Five essential characteristics of Mandarin Chinese: tones, pinyin, grammar, characters, and basic structures
Useful spoken Chinese in more than 18 scenarios
Greater insight into Chinese culture
Proper Business Chinese languages for finding business partners, networking, contract signing, and maintaining business relationships
Chinese is the most popular language in the world with over 1.2 Billion native Chinese speakers.
Learning Chinese will help your company or organization break into the biggest market on the planet. Being able to properly and correctly introduce yourself in Chinese will help you open the door to a whole new world.
More employment opportunities! 39% U.S. employers said they plan to hire bilingual candidates, and 50% said that if they had two equally qualified candidates, they would be more inclined to hire the bilingual candidate. (Source: CareerBuilder)
A foreign language amp up your value as an employee—and therefore your pay—in business or law, particularly if you speak Chinese.
42% of employers at top law firms surveyed saw an increase in legal jobs requiring a second language. (Source: U.S. News)