Keats Blog

HOW TO STOP FEELING HOMESICK: TRY THESE 10 THINGS

November 8, 2017

Homesickness is the distress caused by being away from home. It’s when your thoughts fill up with memories from home, loved ones and nostalgic memories.

YOUR CHILD HAS DECIDED TO STUDY ABROAD IN CHINA: 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER

November 3, 2017

Watching your child pack their bags, head to the airport and get on a plane alone to China to study is a moment you will never forget.

MANDARIN VS. CANTONESE: WHICH LANGUAGE TO LEARN

November 1, 2017

China has become an economic and cultural powerhouse on the world stage, which means learning the Chinese language should be on your “to-do” list.

HOW TO LEARN BASIC MANDARIN: OUR 6 USEFUL TIPS

October 27, 2017

Learning Mandarin will take patience, effort and a lot of determination. This is the case for almost anything you’re going to master, especially learning a new language later on in life.

HOW TO GET YOUR EMPLOYER TO PAY FOR MANDARIN LANGUAGE SCHOOL

October 25, 2017

Traveling abroad to study Mandarin can be an expensive commitment. But, what if we told you that many employers help pay for the Mandarin course offered at Keats School?

5 REASONS TO LEARN MANDARIN AT KEATS SCHOOL

October 20, 2017

Deciding on where to study Mandarin is a huge decision. There are many different Mandarin schools in China, but we believe that Keats is the most equipped and will suit your needs the best.

THESE 8 THINGS WILL TELL YOU IF YOU SHOULD LEARN BASIC MANDARIN

October 18, 2017

We’ve all heard it before “Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world”, but should millennials be worried about learning it?

CHINESE DISHES INCLUDED IN KEATS SCHOOL TUITION

October 16, 2017

There are many reasons to study Mandarin at Keats School, but the most mouthwatering reason is the food. While food can be an expensive addition to studying abroad, Keats School includes meals in their tuition cost.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INTENSIVE ONE-ON-ONE MANDARIN LESSONS

October 11, 2017

Learning Mandarin as a professional will give you the opportunity to communicate better with clients and welcomes the opportunity to progress at your company. Because of your busy schedule, you may be wondering what the best option for studying abroad is for you.

4 BENEFITS OF COLLABORATIVE, SMALL GROUP LEARNING

October 6, 2017

Have you heard that studying in small groups is the way to go when learning a new language? Well, if you haven’t, we’re telling you that is is. For the past several years, there is a theme of overcrowding in schools. For many classrooms, there are 30-40 students crammed into a room.

THE MANDARIN LANGUAGE: A BRIEF HISTORY

October 4, 2017

The Mandarin language is the most widely spoken form of Chinese. Not only is it spoken in all of China, but it’s also spoken across the whole globe. We wanted to give you a brief history of the language.

WHY YOU NEED TO LEARN MANDARIN AS A PROFESSIONAL

September 27, 2017

The idea of learning Mandarin as a professional is great. Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world and it’s also the language of business, tourism and education. But, while the idea is great, you might be wondering how the Chinese language will help in your company.

Which Chinese Language Program
is right for you?

OVER 7000+ STUDENTS
HAVE STUDIED AT KEATS

Robert | Netherlands
Small Group Chinese Class

Since last semester, we started studying Chinese at Keats. It was the best choice we can ever make. It is a really good school. The classes are a lot of fun, you learn a lot, but very interactive, so you talk a lot which means it is not just books and writing. Kunming is a really pleasant city to live in, especially if you compare it to other cities in the east. If you like to travel, if you like to study Chinese in a fun way, Keats has the best Chinese language program for you.

Joep | Netherlands
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I have been to Keats School to learn Chinese for 4 times now. The reason for coming back to this school is pretty much that the teachers I did work with were very good Chinese teachers. I make it a 5-year plan or even a 10-year plan to come back to this school.  All the teachers have methods of looking at what your skills are. They are aware of at what level you are. I think it is worth for everyone.

Sarah | USA
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

My name is Sarah Fish. I am 81. I knew very little Chinese when I arrived. How was I going to survive 2 weeks of intensive Chinese course? I have to laugh when I think of that now. What a positive experience this has been! I really wish we could be here a little longer. The teachers are extremely encouraging, evaluating first how much someone knows, and then starting from there.

Viktor | Switzerland
Small Group Chinese Class

My school is amazing. I recommend Keats School because it is a more convenient way to learn Chinese in Kunming.

Richard | UK
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

This is my second time coming. Last year, I also came for about 12 weeks. This time I came for 13 weeks of a summer program in China. The reason why I particularly want to come to this school was because of the one-on-one classes. I was able to increase my level and learn Chinese more quickly than in group classes. If I have a chance again to come next year, I certainly will.

Simon | UK & France
Small Group Chinese Class

The visa application was really straightforward, because Keats School helps us a lot with that. Keats has a big emphasis on conversational practice, so we learn a lot of vocabulary and daily life plans which is very convenient for us to go around town and speak with Chinese people which is the whole point of learning Chinese in China.

Stew | UK
Small Group Chinese Class

The place is very cool. I am with a great group of people in my class, so coming to classes is very enjoyable. It is fun, we have a lot of discussions, games, activities. Our teachers are also very good, very supportive. Learning Chinese is intimidating at the start because you have so many questions. But I would advise coming to Keats because the atmosphere for learning is great. It is very relaxing. I would recommend the school.

Sylvia | USA
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

One thing I really liked was that I was able to work with my teacher to make an individual plan of study. Another really nice thing is that you live at the school, you feel completely safe.  You always have a group of people who are willing to do things with you on the weekends or in the evenings. They are serving you all the 3 meals a day, the food was excellent.

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