Demand for international-style education in China is rising rapidly, and not just among expatriate families. For the many Western expats who come to China to live and work, as well as others from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, selecting a school has always been a priority. But now more Chinese families are also seeking an overseas-style education for their children at home in China, complete with the different teaching styles, curriculum and multidimensional environment that brings.
In June, the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) held a forum in Shanghai on international schools in China, which revealed how this growing demand is opening doors for British schools.
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