Over the past 10 years, China has seen a huge increase in the demand for international schools offering an English-medium, international curriculum. There are currently more than 600 such schools in the country, in first and second tier cities. The traditional international schools can only take foreign passport holders, but Chinese-owned international or ‘Bi-lingual’ schools and private ‘Cambridge Centres’ within big State-owned schools hugely increase the opportunities both for Chinese middle-class parents that want their Children to go to university abroad and, as a consequence, for UK and US curriculum publishers.  ITA’s clients have been highly successful in this area.

Shelves full of books in a library
portrait of a group of happy and smiling elementary school students in uniform
elementary schoolchildren using digital tablet together in classroom.