School Executives Trip to Begin New Relationships in China – NZTA
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School Executives Trip to Begin New Relationships in China


We have 4 branches in New Zealand and 3 branches in China

Our staff are all highly trained and are all multi-lingual.

We have staff from New Zealand that will accompany the group from NZ to China.

When visiting schools in China, we will spilt principals/school executives up. We will match them with a school most suitable for them. We’ll have a staff member with each principal/school executives to help translate and communicate with the school when they visit.

Our staff have all previously lived in NZ before, therefore understand the NZ culture and can explain and teach about the Chinese culture.

We incorporate enough work time however, food and culture is a huge part of China which everyone will definitely get to experience too.

NZ educated staff in NZ & CN, translation throughout the trip.

Benefits of trip


Learn about China’s education system

Meet with at least one principal/high executive of a school

Tour around a school, into classrooms and experience school life

Sign an LOI with a school in China to further build your relationship

Experience China’s culture

Expand schools interaction with China

Students of your school to be able to interact, teach and learn from students in China.

One staff / One school ratio.

Previous Cases

We have been doing this for a few years, just last year we had brought

12 principals/school executives from Waikato Region,

5 from Northland Region

5 from Bay of Plenty.

All schools visited at least 1-2 schools per visit. They met with school executives from China and also some government officials.

Our first signing event was broadcasted on China TV.

Since their visit, we’ve already had Chinese school return visits to New Zealand to visit the school they signed LOI with.