What are some good offline schools to study Chinese in the US?
If you can't find private schools or classes near you, you can also try looking into community colleges around the area. They often offer night classes too. I guess whether they offer Chinese courses or not can depend on where you are in the U.S. though. As I live in Los Angeles, it seems a bit easier to find language classes. I've definitely seen listings for Chinese around here.
The community colleges where I grew up, I think taking a class is roughly $200 - $500 a credit. And that's for mainly lecture-based classes.
I think those prices are pretty reasonable, but I was just curious if that was roughly what you're seeing over in other parts of the country.
The Confucius Institutes (sponsored by the Chinese Govt) are becoming more prevalent around the world as well. The list is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confucius_Institute#List_of_Institutes
Any why not learn online on italki!
There's a few other private (multi-) language schools around as well, similar to Berlitz.
I think teaching Chinese is becoming more common. I know my high school started teaching it the year after I graduated.
Go to Confucious Institute or study online~ these are the best 2 choices~
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