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Partnerships and collaboration

Chinese and international schools establish cooperative relationships.


The Oaks Education Group sets out to promote international exchange and the development of Chinese and international education by encouraging exchanges between Chinese people and people from all over the world. We promote the development of science and technology in the world, and encourage exploration and research in the field of advanced technology.


The Group establishes links with schools, colleges and universities in the UK and Europe.  These institutions, develop relationships with schools, colleges and universities in China. They act together to contribute to the upgrading of Chinese manufacturing and the implementation of Industry 4.0.


Specific cooperation elements among schools


1. Regular visits between school leaders and teachers

2. Regular online and offline discussions on courses and teaching methods

3. Regular short-term student exchanges (1-3 months)

4. Exchange of Teacher training , ie Chinese teachers of English will come to UK  for training to teach English language ; UK teachers for Mathematics and Chinese language will go to China for their training in  teaching those subjects !

5. Jointly construct vocational universities in China

6. Jointly organise international high school courses (A-Level) with schools in China

7. Jointly organise international one-year university preparatory courses in Chinese schools

8. Organise summer school activities


Cooperation between Chinese and international colleges and universities.

1. Recommend and organise students from one institution to study in other institutions with undergraduate programmes and above to study undergraduate, master and doctoral programmes

2. Recommend and organise students from one institution to study and practice in other institution for a short period of time

3. Exchange teachers to teach (English, Chinese and mathematics)

4. Hold symposia to exchange and discuss future technology and industrial development trends

5. Jointly develop twinning programmes, such as 3+1 courses, 2+2 undergraduate courses, etc.

6. Hold dual-degree 4+0 undergraduate courses (taught in China - to be issued with domestic and international university diplomas after graduation)

7. Organise online undergraduate courses (domestic online study, the last 1-3 months to be studied offline in international universities.

International university diplomas will be awarded after completion of studies. This programme to be suitable for school students and social personnel)

8. Teachers in Chinese schools to use their holidays to visit international universities for advanced studies and training in order to improve their academic qualifications and diplomas and improve their teaching quality

9. Link Chinese companies with Chinese partner schools. Provide short-term training for on-the-job employees of manufacturing companies.

10. Link Chinese-international joint venture vocational universities with Chinese cooperative universities or enterprises (non-degree education, to obtain university diplomas issued by foreign universities)


 Special Note: The international universities participating in this project are comprehensive universities with a long history of running education. They are formal and rigorous, and are international institutions recognized by the Ministry of Education of China. Their academic qualifications and diplomas are recognised by the Ministry of Education of China.

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