Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing) provides international education to expatriate children aged 2 - 18. Recognised as one of the top international schools and English schools in Beijing, YCIS Beijing's international curriculum through Kindergarten, Primary school, and Secondary school (IGCSE & IB) prepares students to become competent in English and Chinese, as well as internationally minded for a competitive future.


A Career Taste-Test: Our Internship Programme

At Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing), students benefit from many programmes and initiatives offered through the Student Support Services Department. A great example is the annual Year 11 Internship Programme. Overseen by the school University Guidance Counsellor, this internship programme helps students on the university track, to boost their skills and build their personal portfolios, ahead of the competitive university application process. The internship programme is especially useful for students who plan on attending university in Korea. As it provides them with an opportunity to procure a letter of recommendation from an employer, which they will need when applying to Korean universities.During the final week of this year’s internship programme, we spoke with University Guidance Counsellor, Mr Jonathan Mellen about the programme.


Stepping Up: Out of Kindergarten and into Primary

As summer break approaches, little learners from Beijing to Britain and everywhere in-between are preparing to step up to a new challenge, Primary School. At Yew Chung International School of Beijing (YCIS Beijing) we have been working to ready our Year 4 Kindergarten scholars for the transition to Year 1 of Primary for several months now. While our devoted educators will continue to shepherd our little learners through this transition during the first few months of the 2019-2020 school year, we are enlisting our most dedicated, effective reserve forces to continue this critical work over the summer months, parents.

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