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Q: Best English medium school for 3 years aged Indian Child in Nanjing

I am India and I am trying to move to Nanjing for employment purpose.

I am looking for a good english medium school which will be economical and has lot of indians in the schools. 

I heard that school fees in china is very high compared to the other countires. 

 

Please suggest me the suitable english medium scholl.

 

 

13 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Here, you can ask him about ...:

 

https://embassynvisa.com/consulate-general-india-shanghai-china-2/

 

He might know more details, because Shanghai is just a spit-(by G train)-away from Nanjing.

 

I look for you on Internet and I found this:

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indians_in_China

 

The number in the Mainland is growing rapidly with the Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China recording 15,051 Indian nationals living in mainland China as of 2010. Other sources report more with a columnist for the Economic Times stating that the number of Indians in China was 45-48,000 in 2015. Many Indians in China are students, traders and professionals employed with MNCs, Indian companies and banks.

There are three Indian community associations in the country.

 

1.400 000 000 Chinese vs. 15 000 Indian nationals living on the mainland ... it doesn't seem too many Indians ... overall.

Even if all 15 000 Indians in China would live only in Nanjing with approx. 10 million residents, you would need a magnifying glass to catch some Indian in Nanjing.

English medium school in China doesn't exist. You can find English Training centres ... in Nanjing.

 

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There is virtually no Indian presence in Nanjing other than a few international students at some of the universities. 

 

You’re not going to find an “economical” English school here. 

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Here's a list of international schools in China for your reference, there are two in Nanjing, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_international_schools_in_China

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