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Q: Large international high school in Shenzen?

I am looking for a large international high school in Shenzen where I can perform additional duties such as overseas study consultant. I also hope they present the chance to move up like Academic Cord.

Does anyone know of one?

6 years 35 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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International by name or really international?

 

Understand: International with Chinese characteristics or International as we define it back home?

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You might get right info at SAFEA (Foreign Expert Bureau) in Shenzhen, if such a school exist in Shenzhen.

 

Add 'SAFEA' in search above for address and contact numbers.

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The OP might also want to consider learning how to use a search engine. Bing still works in China and gives some good results.....

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Quid Pro Quo:

 

1) What is your experience/education/skills?

2) Can you speak Mandarin well enough to talk to parents?

3) Judging by your other question relating to teaching privates, I would assume you're just looking for money. We are here to help and advise we're not agents.

 

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