China’s only conference for all International Schools

After a spectacular success in 2015, the 2nd Annual International Schools China is back is part of EduCon China, bigger, better, and with even more learning and networking options.

“Unique from other conferences, I would like to attend in the future.”
Catherine Endo, School Head, Saint Maur International School

“It’s a great event and I really enjoyed. If there is another one next year I will come as well.”
Shirley Yang, Chinese Principal / Dean of International School, Changzhou University

Although more than 50 Chinese cities have international schools, greatest concentration remains in the tier one cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. A recent report from ISC shows there are currently more than 530 English-medium international schools and this number is expected to grow massively within the next 5-10 years.

Join us from 16 to 18 November 2016 to take part in Debate Panels, Roundtable Discussions and Case Studies by key leaders to trigger innovative pedagogic techniques and strategies for growth for International Schools in China.

2015 Speakers Included

Malcolm Phillips
Founding Headmaster
Malvern College Chengdu
Daniel Jubert
Head of School
Shanghai Community International School, Pudong  
Phillip Waugh
Head of School
Australian International School, Hong Kong
Dr Nicholas Dwyer
Haileybury International School, Tianjin      


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2015 Highlights included

  • Challenges and Future Potential of Inquiry-Based Curriculum
  • Stakeholders Communication and Community Relationship
  • Education Technology Integration
  • Emerging Schools and Market Competition
  • Marketing and Enrolment Strategies
  • Hiring for Success:  Strategies for Hiring the Best Qualified Staff
  • Innovative Teaching and Learning Showcases
  • Engagement and Onboarding Effectively
  • International Schools Group Talk: Learning from the Best
  • Blended Learning: Is this the Teaching Pedagogy of the Future?
  • Student Preparation for Higher Education and Beyond
  • Bridging the Curriculum and Assessment Divide

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EduCon China at a glance


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