The British Council participates in CACIE 2023. Photo:Courtesy of the British Embassy in China
From October 26 to 28, the British Council participated in the 24th China Annual Conference for International Education and Expo (CACIE 2023) as a CACIE Honorary Partner, and hosted two sub-forums on higher education: “From Study to Work: Global Talent Mobility and Development” and “English Teaching and Assessment to Enhance International Understanding Education in Secondary Schools.”
The former focused on the current trends and challenges of talent cultivation and mobility in the context of international education, while the latter addressed the hot topic of international understanding education in the K12 sector.
“Through the two forums, we shared our insights on the mobility and development of Chinese students abroad, and introduced our comprehensive assessment solutions and ecosystem value chain from study to work, represented by the British Council’s IELTS test. We were also honored to invite our partners, top universities and enterprises from home and abroad, to share their best practices and explore how to better support the lifelong growth and development of international education in China,” said You Zhuoran, director of examinations at the British Council China.
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