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Vietnamese language schools in Hanoi

01.19.08 | admin | In language school, Vietnamese

What more effective way is there to learn a language than to have a teacher knowledgeable in the language on hand to tutor you and answer all of your questions.  And when learning Vietnamese in Vietnam it’s also quite affordable.  Information about language schools for learning Vietnamese while in Hanoi can be hard to find on the Internet.  It’s not much easier when you’re actually in the city because there really aren’t a plethora of schools offering the service.  English language schools, on the other hand, are in abundance in Hanoi.  Here are the Vietnamese language schools I know of in Hanoi.

Vietnamese History Museum / Hanoi Centers to Learn Vietnamese / Hanoi Foreign Language College
1 Pham Ngu Lao
Phone:  826-2468

This is located in the national history museum near the Sofitel Metropole and Hanoi Hilton and Opera House.  Lessons are $8 per hour when taking more than two hours.  There is supposedly also another location at 20 Lang Ha (Phone: 776-1123) in the Dong Da district at Huynh Thuc Khang.  There is no sign there so call ahead.

Hidden Hanoi Vietnamese Language, Cultural & Culinary Center
137 Nghi Tam Road
Tay Ho, Hanoi
Phone: (84) 091 225 4045

They provide classes as well as walking tours/field trips.  They are quite popular so you may have to book ahead.

Vietnam Language Service  [email protected]
D1, Tran Khanh Du, HCMC
Phone: (84) 903 777 580

They mainly do translations but they also offer language tutoring.

Finally there is the Hanoi Language and Culture Tours who seem to be the most organized online except that their contact form is currently broken.

Quan Nhân - TX - HN
Phone: (84) 9 1352 2605
[email protected]

They have several different classes from travelers to business as well as accelerated classes.

Next I will talk about Vietnamese language schools in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).

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