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Q: Wat r the options for Intrnational schools in Hangzhou ? hw expensive is that/month in $)Grade1&6th

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My  Job offer negotiations  are going on .  Currently am at Middle east .
Before  me  reaching an  agreed package , just want to make out how much  kid's education will cost me .

Also  please advise on quality of education China  based International  schools can offer  !

Thanx to all in advance , this will help me finalsing a deal .

9 years 1 week ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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If your taking your kid to an international kindergarten it would be between 500 to 1000 dollars a month. 1000 dollars for the more expensive ones'!

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Chinese International Schools that are privately owned are less expensive, about 3K to 8K US a year depending on if the child needs room and board. But the completely owned Western international Schools with a collabration with the Government can cost you about 3K US monthly

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