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Q: Does anyone know anything about Beijing new talent academy?

6 years 49 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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What is the name of the owner?  Once you know that is their real name for sure, google it with the words "scam, problem, complaint" and see if anything comes up.

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Members of New Talent Education Group which in turn is owned by Yingcai Corporation

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−−Beijing New Talent Academy
−−Xiamen Yingcai School
−−Xiamen International School
−−Tianjin New Talent School
−−New Talent Education Foundation
−−New Talent Investment Holding Company
−−Life Tree International Group
−−New Talent Research Institute

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From the New Talent Academy Website The only two international graduates of G12 received offers from their ideal universities..." As a parent I would think twice about enrolling my child in a school where only 2 of the grade 12 class were accepted to university. This academy is not a school. It's a warehouse.

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The question is almost 3 years old. 

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The question is almost 3 years old. 

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