International cooperation program offers students opportunities to study overseas
The China-Canada International High School Classes at Soochow University High School (SUHS) have helped many Chinese students acquire offers from universities in countries like Canada, the United States, the UK, Australia and Singapore since its initiation in 2008.
Each of the classes consists of about 20 students who attend a set of courses designed to enhance their language skills, comprehensive knowledge, practical ability, communicative tactics and teamwork awareness. The students are evaluated through a multilevel scoring system that incorporates overall performance and exam results. SUHS and its Canadian partners conduct an inspection over the class operations each year to ensure good teaching and learning results.
Students who attend the classes also have lots of chances to partake in various international exchange programs, which enables them to experience overseas life and interact with foreign teachers and students.
Graduates can acquire high school diploma recognized in Canada along with other certificates and recommendations from the Canadian partners for their applications. Those with excellent performance in English study can apply without IELTS and TOEFL scores and do not need to take preparatory courses.
Statistics indicate that 73% of the graduates under the program gained the entry to globally prestigious schools.
Gusu Evening News
May 19, 2018