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The signing of strategic cooperation memoranda with three education groups in China last month will open up more opportunities for Chinese students to study Cambridge programmes.
The agreements were signed during a visit to China by Janet Morris, Director of International Network, Cambridge International Examinations. Cambridge hopes to work with the organisations as Cambridge Associates later this year.
In Shanghai, Janet met with Guanghua Education Group, one of the largest education companies in the Yangtze River Delta. The next stop was Guangzhou and the impressive campus of Huanggang Middle School Guangzhou Experimental Primary School. Janet’s visit coincided with the school art festival, so she was able to watch a series of student performances. The school belongs to Huanggang Education Group, a well-known educational organisation in China.
Finally, Janet visited Agile Education Group’s head office in Guangzhou city centre (pictured). The Group devotes itself to developing high-quality bilingual and international education. Demand for Cambridge international education is growing strongly in China where we now count 230 Cambridge schools. Janet said, 'We are signing these memoranda of understanding because we believe that, together with these partners, we can give thousands of students the very best start in life.'