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Schools approved by the Ministry of Education for enrolling children of foreign nationals

Updated: Jan 2, 2018 en.moe.gov.cn Print

(As of 2013, a total of 119)

Beijing
1.Korean International School in Beijing (Established as Beijing Korean Kindergarten 19 December 1996; approved to set up a Senior High Department as of 19 December 2000)
2. Beijing Korean School (Since 28 May 1998)
3. Beijing International Montessori Kindergarten (Since 11 June 1996)
4. Western Academy of Beijing (Since 11 June 1996)
5. Beijing BISS International School (Since 11 June 1996)
6. The International School of Collaborative Learning (Since 7 May 1996)
7. International School of Beijing (Since 29 December 1997)
8. Yew Chung International School of Beijing (Since 11 June 1996)
9. Beijing Kinglong International School (Since 24 February 2000)
10. Beijing Qiao Zhi Bo Ren Kindergarten (Established as Beijing Brown International Kindergarten on 21 January 2002)
11. Beijing Zhongguancun International School (Since 30 May 2003)
12. British School of Beijing (Since 28 July 2003)
13. Etonkids International Kindergarten (Since 17 July 2003)
14. Dulwich College Beijing (Since 16 January 2004)
15. Australian International School of Beijing (Since 3 June 2004)
16. Harrow International School Beijing (Since 7 June 2005)
17. Beijing Rego British School (Since 12 June 2005)
18. Beijing Sanyi International Kindergarten (Since 3 October 2005)
19. Canadian International School of Beijing (Since 28 July 2006)
20. Lycée Français International de Pékin (Since 23 January 2007)
Shanghai
1. Shanghai Singapore International School (Since 24 July 1996)
2. Shanghai Community International School (Since 5 November 1996)
3. Tiny Tots International Pre-School and Kindergarten (Since 25 March 1998)
4. Shanghai Rainbow Bridge International Kindergarten (Established 7 July 1997; renamed Rainbow Bridge International School 24 December 2002)
5. Ecole Française de Shanghai (Since 29 March 1996)
6. Deutsche Schule Shanghai (Since 31 July 1995)
7. Shanghai Utsukushigaoka Montessori Kindergarten (Since 8 April 1996)
8. Oisca Shanghai Japanese Kindergarten (Since 8 April 1996)
9. Concordia International School Shanghai (Since 30 July 1998)
10. Shanghai Angel Kindergarten (Since 27 October 1998)
11. Shanghai Korean School (Since 27 October 1999; approved to set up a Senior High School department 2 June 2006)
12. Kinder world International Kindergarten (Shanghai) (Since 23 May 2000; suspended 30 April 2007)
13. Shanghai Dongjin Japanese Kindergarten (Since 4 February 2000)
14. British International School Shanghai (Since 6 March 2002)
15. Livingston American School (Since 1 July 2002)
16. Shanghai Rego International School (Since 25 November 2002)
17. Dulwich College International School Shanghai (Since 11 August 2003)
18. Western International School of Shanghai (Since 28 July 2004)
19. Yew Chung International School of Shanghai (Since 2 September 2009)
20. Shanghai Japanese School (Since 26 July 2010)
21. Britannica International School, shanghai (Since 29 August 2012)
Tianjin
1. Tianjin Japanese Remediation School (Since 12 May 1998; renamed Japanese School of Tianjin 19 October 1999)
2. Tianjin MTI International School (Since 28 January 1999)
3. Tianjin Aihua Kindergarten (Since 15 November 1999)
4. Kinder world International Kindergarten (Tianjin) (Since 14 February 2000)
5. Tianjin Rego International School (Since 21 March 2000)
6. Korean International School in Tianjin (Since 23 May 2000)
7. Tianjin Shiyuan Kindergarten (Since 30 March 2005)
8. Tianjin Korean Star Country Kindergarten (Since 4 October 2005)
9. Reith legislation British International School of Tianjin (Since 1 February 2009, changed its name to Tianjin Wellington International School 13 October 2009)
10.Tianjin TEMS World Academy (August 9, 2011)
Chongqing
1. Chongqing Yew Chung International School (2001/08/23)
Hebei
1. Cangzhou Zhenhua Korean International School (2002/01/21)
Guangdong
1. OISCA G.Z. Japanese Kindergarten (Since 7 July 1997)
2. Guangzhou Grace Academy (Since 15 April 1996)
3. American International School of Guangzhou (Since 27 August 1996)
4. Japanese School of Guangzhou (Since 13 June 1995)
5. Utahloy International School, Guangzhou (Since 14 July 1998)
6. Shekou International School (Since 25 November 1997)
7. QSI International School of Zhuhai (Since 20 June 2000)
8. QSI International School of Shekou (Since 3 December 2002)
9. CNOOC and Shell Petrochemicals Company Limited International School (Since 14 December 2002)
10. Guangzhou Nanhu International School (Since 31 March 2003)
11. Korea International School in Shenzhen (Since 20 November 2004)
12. Shenzhen American International School (Since 16 May 2005)
13. Utahloy International School Zengcheng (Since 4 August 2005)
14. British School of Guangzhou (Since 31 August 2005)
15. Shenzhen Japanese School (Since 23 April 2008)
16. International School of Nanshan, Shenzhen (Since 22 October 2009)
17. Zhuhai International School (July 25, 2012)
18. Wensheng International School of Dongguan(21 November 2012)
19. QSI International School of Dongguan (Since 3 June 2013)
20. Guangzhou Korea School (Since 24 July 2013)
Jiangsu
1. Nanjing International School (Since 29 March 1996)
2. Suzhou Singapore International School (Since 5 June 1996)
3. Wixi New Development Zone International School (Since 24 August 1995)
4. Taihu International School (Since 17 January 2000)
5. Eton House International School Suzhou (Since 11 February 2004)
6. Suzhou Japanese School (Since 28 February 2005)
7. Wuxi Korean School (Since 21 September 2006)
8. Dulwich College Suzhou (Since 7 April 2007)
9. British School of Nanjing (Since 26 July 2010)
10. EtonHouse International School Wuxi (Since 3 May 2011)
Shandong
1. Qingdao MTI International School (Since 18 September 1996)
2. Qingdao International School (Since 3 September 1998)
3. Jinan International School (Since 9 September 1999)
4. Yantai Korean School (Since 4 December 2001)
5. Qingdao Korea International School (Since 28 July 2004)
6. Qingdao Yuehua Korea School (Since 24 February 2005)
7. Qingdao Japanese School (Since 1 April 2005)
8. Weihai Zhongshi Korea International School (Since 30 August 2006)
9. Qingdao Future Korean International Kindergarten (Since 30 October 2006)
10. Qingdao Qingyun International School (Since 21 May 2008)
11. Yew Chung International School of Qingdao (Since 17 December 2010)
12. Qingdao Amerasia International School (Since 12 July 2011)
Fujian
1. Xiamen International School (Since 1 August 1997)
2. Manila Xiamen International School (Since 21 July 1998)
3. Fuzhou International School (Since 20 October 2000)
4. Fuzhou Lakeside International School (Since 5 July 2013)
Jilin
1. YanBian Foreign Students School (Since 6 May 1998)
2. Changchun American International School (Since 4 July 2007)
Shaanxi
1. Xi An International School (Since 19 April 1999)
2. Xi An Jia-Hoo International School (Since 24 February 2006)
Liaoning
1. Japanese School of Dalian (Since 23 May 2000)
2. Dalian Korea International School (Since 30 August 2004)
3. Dalian American International School (Since 26 October 2004)
4. Dalian Maple Leaf Foreign National School (Since 31 August 2005)
5. Shenyang Korean International School (Since 24 March 2008)
6. Shenyang International School (Since 28 June 2010)
Yunnan
1. Kunming International Academy (Since 22 May 2003)
Zhejiang
1. Hangzhou International School (Since 28 July 2004)
2. Hangzhou Japanese School (Since 23 April 2008)
Hubei
1. International Grammar School-Wuhan (Since 20 November 2004)
2. Wuhan Yangtze International School (Since 13 January 2011)
Hunan
1. Changsha WES Academy (Since 26 October 2010)
Qinghai
1. Xining Foreign Nationals School (Since 17 February 2000)
Sichuan
1. Chengdu International School (Since 3 July 2009)
2. The Léman International School (Since 21 December 2011)
Jiangxi
1. Nanchang International School (Since 18 February 2011)

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