Learn Hindi in India in-person, or online

Our Hindi courses are carefully crafted to get you speaking, listening to, reading and writing Hindi with ease and confidence. All our highly experienced teachers are native Hindi speakers, with the expertise and know-how of Rosemounts behind them.

Through our courses, you'll learn

  • - How to communicate easily and naturally with native speakers
  • - How to hold 'real-life' conversations
  • - How to read and understand literature
  • - How to relate to the rich tradition and culture of the language you are learning

What we offer
We understand that everyone’s circumstances differ which is why we offer online courses and physical 'in-person' courses. You can even blend both – so start learning before you come to India via our online courses.
To find out more about either option contact us today.

Online Hindi courses

We understand that it’s not always possible to come to us. That’s why we have adapted the award-winning courses we run at the Institute for an online setting. You still get the benefit of learning from a ‘real’ teacher but from the comfort of your own home. Students get 121 ‘live’ online lessons with our Hindi teacher as well as a certificate on completion.


Choose from
Structured 121 courses: Designed for absolute beginners through to advanced levels. Students are led through structured courses that follow a set syllabus, accompanied by assignments, assessments and review materials.

or
Bespoke 121 classes: Ideal for students who already have some knowledge of Hindi and have very specific learning objectives. You set the direction for the classes. Our teacher carries out an initial assessment and then designs a course according to your learning requirements and level. Structured group courses are also available on request.

Learning ‘in person’ at Rosemounts

Learning Hindi in India is the most effective way of acquiring the language. Our courses offer a fully immersive experience which includes learning about the traditions and culture of India alongside the language. Students get the opportunity to test their newly acquired Hindi language skills by using them in real-life situations. We understand that the language spoken on the streets is quite different from academic Hindi so we make sure that you are exposed to both styles.

Our group classes are small, rarely exceeding three to four students which makes the classes more personalised and engaging. Video, audio, group and pair work activities make the classes interesting and exciting. We also take students out to the bazaars, temples and other places of interest accompanied by a teacher so you can learn at large. This gives you the courage to use your newly-acquired Hindi language skills in a real-life setting and of course, experience our fascinating culture.

Introduction to Hindi Course

Who’s it for:

For students who have no experience or exposure to the Hindi language and wonder if it’s for them. Perfect for those looking to get a feel for the language, or are perhaps nervous about learning another language. This is offered as an online option only.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This short course is designed to introduce students to the language in a fun and engaging way. With a specific focus on speaking, we aim to build your confidence and develop a love of the language. By the end of the course, you'll be able to understand some very basic expressions and introduce yourselves to others.

Course overview:
  • - Alphabet and Hindi sound system
  • - Numbers
  • - Basic vocabulary building
  • - Introducing oneself

Requirements:
There are no pre-requisites for this course as it is designed for an absolute beginner. Students taking this course will be able to join our Basic Hindi Part 1 course partway through.
Course length: 10 hours
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Basic Hindi Course [A1]

Who’s it for:

For students who have no or very little experience of Hindi, or have been exposed to the language before but perhaps a long time ago. Perfect for those looking to travel, work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might have family or links to India.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic building blocks of the language. With a specific focus on speaking we also provide initial training in the other important skills associated with language learning; reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to build confidence, develop a love of the language and build a solid platform for further learning. By the end of the course, you'll be able to understand and use very basic expressions, introduce yourselves to others and ask basic questions. Interact simply with others as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly.

Course overview:

  • - Alphabet and Hindi sound system
  • - Numbers
  • - Basic vocabulary building
  • - Basic grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Introduce oneself and ask basic questions
  • - Devanagari writing systems
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

There are no prerequisites for this course as it is designed for an absolute beginner. If you do have some knowledge of Hindi, whilst it is advisable to start with Basic Hindi Part 1, you might be able to skip straight to Basic Hindi Part 2 – this would be decided after an assessment.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Basic Hindi Part 1 and Part 2] of 40 hours each.

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Elementary Hindi Course [A2]

Who’s it for:

For students who have a little experience of Hindi, can understand and produce simple sentences, instructions, descriptions and exchanges. Perfect for those looking to travel, work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might be studying the language.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to continue basic level training in all of the necessary skills associated with the use of the language; speaking, reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to further your confidence, build accuracy and fluency and continue to build a solid platform for further learning. By the end of the course, you'll be able to understand frequently used expressions, complete tasks that are routine and involve a direct exchange of information, describe matters of immediate need in simple terms and understand short texts on familiar topics.

Course overview:

  • - Vocabulary building
  • - Complex grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Speak about oneself and topics of general interest
  • - Routine tasks such as shopping and ordering food/drink
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

Students must have either completed our Basic Hindi Course or be equivalent to an A1 [CEFR level] learner. Students should be able to speak, read and write some Basic Hindi. Your level would be assessed by our entry-level assessment beforehand.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Elementary Hindi Part 1 and Part 2]of 40 hours each

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Pre-Intermediate Hindi Course [B1]

Who’s it for:

For students who have some experience of Hindi, can understand frequently used expressions, hold a basic conversation with a native speaker and understand short texts. Perfect for those looking to work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might be studying the language.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to provide a higher level of training in all of the necessary skills associated with the use of the language; speaking, reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to further your confidence, build accuracy and fluency and continue to build a solid platform for further learning. By the end of the course, you'll be able to understand points regarding family, work, school or leisure-related topics, deal with most travel situations, describe experiences, events, dreams and ambitions, as well as create simple texts on topics of personal interest.

Course structure:

  • - Vocabulary building
  • - More complex grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Speak about family, work/school, leisure activities, future plans
  • - Daily tasks travel and going to the doctor
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

Students must have either completed our Elementary Hindi Courses or be equivalent to an A2 [CEFR level] learner. Students should be able to speak, read and write basic Hindi. Your level would be assessed by our entry-level assessment beforehand.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Pre-Intermediate Hindi Part 1 and Part 2]of 40 hours each.

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Intermediate Hindi Course [B2]

Who’s it for:

For students who have some experience of Hindi, can sustain a conversation with a native speaker and understand and produce short texts. Perfect for those looking to work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might be studying the language.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to provide a higher level of training in all of the necessary skills associated with the use of the language; speaking, reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to further your confidence, build accuracy and fluency and continue to build a solid platform for further learning. By the end of the course, you'll be able to spontaneously interact without too much strain for either the learner or the native speaker, understand the main ideas of a complex text, produce a detailed text on a wide range of subjects.

Course overview:

  • - Vocabulary building
  • - Complex grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Discuss ideas and talk in-depth on a topic
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

Students must have either completed our Pre-Intermediate Hindi Course or be equivalent to a B1[CEFR level] learner. Students should be able to speak, read and write Hindi confidently. Your level would be assessed by our entry-level assessment beforehand.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Intermediate Hindi Part 1 and Part 2]of 40 hours each

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Advanced Hindi 1 Course [C1]

Who’s it for:

For students who have a good grasp of the language, can sustain a fluent and accurate conversation with a native speaker and understand and produce complex text. Perfect for those looking to work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might be studying the language.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to provide an advanced level of training in all of the necessary skills associated with the use of the language; speaking, reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to further your confidence and technical ability. By the end of the course you’ll be able to understand a wide range of longer and more demanding texts or conversations, express ideas freely, effectively use the language for social, academic or professional situations, watch and understand films and documentaries, create well-structured and detailed texts on complex topics.

Course structure:

  • - Vocabulary building
  • - Complex grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Discuss and express sophisticated ideas and options in a culturally and linguistically authentic manner
  • - Reading supplemented by films and documentaries on relevant topics
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

Students must have either completed our Intermediate Hindi Course or be equivalent to a B2 [CEFR level] learner. Students should be able to speak, read and write Hindi to a high standard. Your level would be assessed by our entry-level assessment beforehand.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Advanced Hindi 1 - Part 1 and Part 2] of 40 hours each

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Advanced Hindi 2 Course [C2]

Who’s it for:

For students who are proficient in the language, can sustain a fluent and accurate conversation with a native speaker and understand and produce complex texts. Perfect for those looking to work or relocate to India or for those living abroad who might be studying the language.

Course objectives and learning outcomes:

This course is designed to provide an advanced level of training in all of the necessary skills associated with the use of the language; speaking, reading, writing and listening.

The overall aim is to further your fluency and technical ability. By the end of the course, you'll be able to understand almost everything read or heard with ease. Summarize information from a variety of sources into a coherent presentation. Express yourself using precise meanings in complex scenarios.

Course overview:

  • - Vocabulary building
  • - Complex grammar concepts and sentence structures of Hindi
  • - Discuss and express sophisticated ideas and options in a culturally and linguistically authentic manner
  • - Present ideas and formulate arguments
  • - Reading supplemented by films and documentaries on relevant topics
  • - Bazaar, Temple and cultural visits [in person courses only]

Requirements:

Students must have either completed our Advanced Hindi 1 Course or be equivalent to a C1 [CEFR level] learner. Students should be able to speak, read and write Hindi proficiently. Your level would be assessed by our entry-level assessment beforehand.

Course length: 80 hours

For those learning online, we can divide this into two parts [Advanced Hindi 2 - Part 1 and Part 2] of 40 hours each

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FAQs About Hindi Language Courses in India

a. Why should I learn Hindi?
Answer - Hindi is the fourth most widely spoken language in the world. It is the native language of a country which has one of the fastest growing economies! India offers cultural diversity with plenty to explore. So if you wish to work in India or just explore our vast and beautiful country, knowledge of Hindi will definitely go a long way.

b. Will you provide a Hindi language learning certificate at the end of the course?
Answer - Yes, we do provide you with a Hindi language learning certificate at the end of the course.

c. What is the Hindi language courses duration & fees?
Answer - The duration of the Hindi language course depends on your current Hindi knowledge. For the in-person course we recommend 4 weeks/ 80 hrs of Hindi learning for each course level. For the online courses, we recommend taking modules of 40 hrs at a time. The pace depends on your requirements. Fees for all our courses are available on request. If you choose to study in-person with us you can also choose to stay with us at our Hostel during your course. Please contact us for details on pricing.

d. Will you help me to get Student Visa for Study Hindi Courses in India?
Answer - Yes, we provide all the essential documents to secure a student visa for Hindi Learning in India. We have a near 100% success rate.

e. Who is eligible to learn Hindi speaking course at Rosemounts?
Answer - Anybody can join Hindi language classes at Rosemounts India. Whatever your current level of education or age, we provide full support to all our students and also make customized Hindi language courses as per requirements.

f. Why we should come India to learn Hindi?
Answer -
1. Hindi is one of the official languages of the India.
2. Hindi is the fourth-most spoken language in the world.
4. Indian language schools offer affordable and quality language education.
5. Cost of living in India is low in comparison to other countries.
6. Rosemounts, Dehradun is internationally recognized Hindi language school in India

g. Will you provide the Accommodation Facilities to Hindi Language Students?
Answer - We provide accommodation to all our international students including meals.

h. I am a beginner and have no prior Hindi Knowledge. Am I eligible?
Answer - Yes, we conduct separate Hindi classes for beginners. The study material is also designed as such so that students feel comfortable while learning Hindi.

I. Can I study online and then continue ‘in-person’ part way through a course?
Answer - Yes, all of our structured courses follow the same syllabus so you can blend your learning. Fees differ for online and in-person options but credit from online learning can be used for the in-person courses and vice versa. Please contact us with your specific requirements and we can advise accordingly.

  • I am a professor of anthropology in Brazil. I did a 2 month Hindi Course at Rose Mount. Initially, it was a bit difficult but after the first week I settled in the class and made good progress. I believe that 2 month was a short time, I should have opted for a longer course.
    Gabriele Grossi (Brazil)
  • Hi I am Oscar from Spain. I came to Dehradun 2 months ago to study IELTS.Studying in Rose Mount School was really a good experience. I used to study 5 hrs in a day. The outcome of it was I scored 8 bands out of 9 On IELTS(University of Cambridge). The classes,material given in school was very useful.
    Oscar Arevrec Regnis (Spain)
  • I visited India with my friend to learn English. It was a great experience. We really enjoyed our stay. The country is mesmerizing.
    Iva Lopez (Spain)
  • Hi I am Adnan from Iraq. I am a journalist by profession and I have travelled all over the world. For me coming to India was something I had always wanted to do. So when I came across Rose Mount on the net I became very interested in the programmes they had to offer. I did a three week course in English.
    Adnan (Iraq)
  • Hi, I am Navila from Japan. I first came for one month and then I came again for 6 months. My Hindi teacher was very good. He made feel comfortable in the class. I studied and I enjoyed a lot. I went to Ladhak at the end of my course.
    Navila (Okamoto)
  • I came to the school to prepare for IELTS (University of Cambridge Exam) with my friend. We stayed together in the same room.After scoring 6.5 band I am now teaching English in Thailand. The principal himself used to take our classes. We spent around 6 hrs average in the class.
    Chih Chi (Taiwan)
  • My stay at Rose Mount was a great experience. In fact, it was my first visit to India. But thanks to Mr. Madhukar I felt quite at ease. I am coming back in February again to carry on my studies with our Hindi teacher.
    Jason Dunn (America)
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