How is international education evolving in China?

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

14:00 - 14:50 Grand Ballroom, Level 2

International education is gaining traction in China with the country now home to close to 900 international schools. And while they initially focused on the biggest cities, international schools are now expanding across the country, attracting more and more students from lower tier cities. How do international schools adapt to more rigorous regulation in China? How can the curriculum respond to ever-changing demand? As competition increases, how can schools attract and retain teachers? A panel of experts, including a former headmaster of London’s Harrow School and the founder of an advisory firm that delivers premium branded education offerings in Asia, will share an outlook for international education in China.