Admissions in China
Thu, November 9, 2017 | 6:00 UTC
Join Stacy Wang, Admissions Manager at Beijing City International School. Based on over 7 years of admissions experience in Beijing, Stacy will address admissions trends in China, tips and strategies for an effective admissions process in the Chinese market, and what the future holds for international admissions in China.
Stacy is the admissions manager at Beijing City International School (BCIS), China. Having studied and worked in China, South Korea and Finland, Stacy returned to Beijing in the spring of 2010 and worked in the international School of Beijing (ISB)’s Communications Office and Admissions Office, where she stayed for five years. In May 2015, Stacy join BCIS’ Admissions Department as the Admissions Manager. Stacy holds degrees in English Education and International Studies from Hebei Normal University (China) and Seoul National University (South Korea). She is currently pursuing the certificate in Leadership in Enrollment Management from the University of Southern California.
Beijing City International School (BCIS) is a non-profit private school. With the approval of the Education Committee of Chaoyang District, Beijing, BCIS acts as a pilot school offering educational reform and innovation through international educational practices that incorporate 15 grades of schooling, from pre-school to Grade 12. Learning is based on creatively implementing the Chinese national curriculum by adapting both progressive Chinese and foreign educational philosophies, teaching pedagogies, management, and modern educational strategies.