Dublin School of Mandarin Chinese


founded in 2009 and has been approved as an Overseas Compatriot Education Organisation in Taiwan since 2011


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Enrolments are open

25th Sept 2021

Welcome to Dublin School of Mandarin Chinese 2021/22 on-line registration.

Chinese studies for kids and teens!  Following the government’s guideline, we are delighted that we can have our classes back to normal at last. 
It is acknowledged that culture element plays an important part in motivation and we're firm believers in Content & Language Integrated Learning, learning and teaching immerse in the target language.  Back by the popular demand, our Saturday Chinese classes will be delivered in two parts where students learn with their peers based on their levels for the 1st half of the lesson.  After a short break, all students take part in various immersive activities and workshops together.  
The first term runs for 12 weeks from 25th Sept. to 19th Dec. on Saturdays at 1300-1500pm and the tuition is €180 (a 10% discount for siblings applies) including textbook, workbook, notebook and all relevant materials.  The payment can be made by cheque/online/Paypal/Revolut.


TOCFL Test of Chinese as a Foreign Language

June 2022

TOCFL Tests of Chinese as Foreign Language 華語文能力測驗

CCCC Children's Chinese Competency Certification 兒童華語文能力測驗 


The 2021 test has been cancelled and register your interests now for June 2022.  The test normally starts at 1100 & end at 1300 with 15 minutes snack break in the middle.  We are encourage as many students to attend as possible.

Click here to register.


愛爾蘭 - 文化之夜
The Culture Night event

17th Sept 2021

Our first #CultureNight event! In collaboration with the Taiwan in Ireland and sponsored by the 僑務委員會 OCAC

Relationships 關係未來式 #TheRelationshipsMovie. Watch the trailers 
Free tickets https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/164986223235
Link to the official website of Culture Night
More info about https://culturenight.ie/ 

Teenage Students Raising Hands

“The fact is that given the challenges we face, education doesn't need to be reformed -- it needs to be transformed. The key to this transformation is not to standardize education, but to personalize it, to build achievement on discovering the individual talents of each child, to put students in an environment where they want to learn and where they can naturally discover their true passions.”
― Sir Ken Robinson

1950 - 2020

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  • TOCFL test of Chinese as a foreign language for 2020 has not been cancelled.
    Time is TBD
    Dublin School of Mandarin Chinese, Bray, Wicklow, Ireland
    After the consultation with the officers in the representatives of the Ministry of Education based in the UK. I am afraid the TOCFL will now be postponed to 2021 as Dublin is under Level 3 restriction. We are very sorry for the cancellation.