Learn Chinese at the TUM Language Center

欢迎你们来到中文组!

Chinese languages are spoken by around 1.3 billion people, the majority of whom live in the People's Republic of China or in Taiwan. The Chinese variety with the most speakers is known as Standard Chinese or Mandarin. 

Courses during the semester

We offer Chinese courses from level A1.1 to B1.2 following the CEFR.

Program overview in TUMonline

Courses during the semester break

  • Intensive courses take place during the lecture-free period in spring and fall.
  • You will find the program in TUMonline towards the end of every lecture period.
  • As soon as the registration period has been set, the information will be published on our homepage.

Registration

Tandem Learning

TUMtandem brings TUM students together for structured intercultural conversation.

Read more about TUMtandem here.

Feel free to contact us via tandem@tum.de if you should have any questions.

Experience report on the tandem programs

Online Course: Learning Chinese in full sentences

The quick way to speaking and understanding
Online course for beginners

https://www.chi-nesisch.de/

Students and staff members of TUM can book a limited number of free courses which take three months.
Requirement: completion of the first 13 lessons for free

Online Program vhb

The Virtual University of Bavaria (vhb) offers online language courses for Chinese.
The courses can be a useful supplement to the Chinese courses at TUM.
Please note that the TUM Language Center currently cannot guarantee that ECTS will be awarded for these courses. 
All courses at vhb are free of charge for TUM students and registration is done with the TUM ID.

Next registration starts on 01.10.2021 - 02.11.2021

More detailed information about the courses can be found in the course descriptions.

Hao Zhou

Coordinator of Chinese Program
zhou@zv.tum.de

Office Hours
On Tuesdays from 10:00 to 11:00

By arrangement during the semester break
Room 109, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)
Tel.: 089/289-29343



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