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Cambridge International Boarding Schools

Demand for International Schools


The demand for international-style education in BRICs countries is rising. More and more families are now seeking for international schools for their children, which integrates the different teaching styles, curriculum and multidimensional environment. 

According to ISC Research (part of The International School Consultancy), the number of registered international schools in China has reached 545, which is the second largest number behind the UAE.

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China's General Layout Plan of International Boarding School

Cambridge International Boarding Schools ( CIBS)

CIBS is based on the traditions of a historic British school but will be located in BRICS countries. It will aim to inspire and assist all of its pupils to achieve their potential. In the longer term it is expected that there will be a network of CIBS across China, India, Russia, Brazil and South Africa. 


CIBS’s purpose will be for BRICS’s countries’ pupils to become well qualified to get into good universities in the United Kingdom and other countries and to develop a strong understanding of international business for their future career. Over 450,000 Chinese students now study overseas. 


CIBS is designed for pupils aged 11‐18 who will normally live at the Academy during term‐ time. Teaching will be largely in English with special courses to help those pupils who do not have good English language skills. It will have a curriculum which includes Business Studies, Mathematics, Sciences, English, Chinese/Mandarin Culture and other relevant subjects together with a wide extra‐ curricular offering of Sports, Music, Arts, Drama, Design+Technology and Entrepreneurship. 


The Academy building will be constructed by a local developer who will receive a rent on the site as well as potentially a minority share of the equity of the Academy operating company. The estimated costs of the construction are various in BRICS countries. 

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There is no boundary in education

CIBS OVERSEAS CAMPUS

Demand for International Schools

The demand for international-style education in BRICs countries is rising. More and more families are now seeking for international schools for their children, which integrates the different teaching styles, curriculum and multidimensional environment. 


According to ISC Research (part of The International School Consultancy), the number of registered international schools in China has reached 545, which is the second largest number behind the UAE.

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SETTING UP INTERNATIONAL BOARDING SCHOOLS

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Implementation Tasks

  • Discuss project with local government
  • Identify site and agree proposed building and facilities
  • Agree lease between property developer and Academy
  • Get government authority to go ahead
  • Construct agreed building and facilities
  • Recruit Head and then 2 Deputy Heads and a Bursar
  • Head/Deputy Heads to recruit teaching staff and Bursar to recruit non‐academic staff
  • Recruit pupils

BECOMING OUR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PARTNERS

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Educational Technology in Teaching

Educational technology is the use of both physical hardware and educational theoretic. It encompasses several domains including learning theory, computer-based training, online learning, and where mobile technologies are used, m-learning. Accordingly, there are several discrete aspects to describing the intellectual and technical development of educational technology:

  • Educational technology as the theory and practice of educational approaches to learning.
  • Educational technology as technological tools and media, for instance massive online courses, that assist in the communication of knowledge, and its development and exchange. This is usually what people are referring to when they use the term 'EdTech'.
  • Educational technology for learning management systems (LMS), such as tools for student and curriculum management, and education management information systems (EMIS).
  • Educational technology as back-office management, such as training management systems for logistics and budget management, and Learning Record Store (LRS) for learning data storage and analysis.
  • Educational technology itself as an educational subject; such courses may be called "Computer Studies" or "Information and communications technology (ICT)".

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Technologies In Education

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