Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium international schools organisation, today announced that its new school in Suzhou, China is set to officially open to students on 1st September 2021. Nord Anglia Education is China’s longest standing international education provider and Nord Anglia School Suzhou (NAS Suzhou) represents its 10th bilingual school in China and its 19th school in the country.
Having received its license from the local Education Bureau, NAS Suzhou will provide a high-quality international school for students aged 6 to 18. Its state-of-the-art campus will provide an outstanding learning environment for over 1,700 students and accommodates 664 boarders. Students will be immersed in a bilingual education experience based on China’s national curriculum and blended with Nord Anglia’s globally respected international teaching pedagogy and resources.
NAS Suzhou’s students will be able to connect and collaborate with thousands of their fellow students at 73 Nord Anglia schools around the world through Global Campus, the organisation’s innovative technology-enabled learning platform, that brings learning to life beyond the classroom.
NAS Suzhou’s students will also benefit from Nord Anglia’s collaborations with world renowned institutions, including MIT, Juilliard, and UNICEF.
Andrew Fitzmaurice, Chief Executive Officer of Nord Anglia Education, said: “Our newest bilingual school represents another significant milestone for Nord Anglia given our long-standing role as an international education provider in China. Our students at NAS Suzhou will have access to world-class learning opportunities through our global family of schools and will be taught by our talented international and national teachers. We look forward to opening our doors to many new students in September who will experience the best in bilingual education.”
Nord Anglia’s family of 19 schools in China include 10 bilingual schools and 9 international schools. Nord Anglia operates 73 schools globally in 30 countries, educating 67,000 students.