The British School of Etiquette in China
The British School of Etiquette in China is represented exclusively by:
For more information about our courses and business in China, contact Head of International Development.
The British School of Etiquette is proud to announce that the prestigious international language school World Foreign Language School Group in Shanghai will be offering BSE Child Etiquette Courses to 5 and 6 year-olds at their Qingpu WFLK Kindergarten starting March 2019 as an extra-curricular course.
The course, which is already fully booked, will be taught by a bi-lingual, certified trainer of The British School of Etiquette who lives in Shanghai.
This is a custom-designed course consisting of 14 one-hour lessons, and children will learn basic etiquette and manners through interactive activities, games, written exercises, and projects.
If your school is interested in learning more about this 14-week course (one hour per week), please contact us.
Dec. 1, 2018
The British School of Etiquette appoints Shanghai Bacui Education Ltd. (“Bacui”) as its exclusive distributor in China. Bacui currently runs three English learning centers (since 2014) in various districts of Shanghai in association with Oxford University Press and teaches children from age 3 to 15 English using the Oxford English Learning Method, which they also represent exclusively in China.
Besides the child education sector, Bacui’s business and network extends to the corporate, real estate, and financial sectors as well.
With their on-the-ground infrastructure and dynamic marketing and sales team, The British School of Etiquette is confident that its brand and business will flourish in China.
Dec. 21, 2018
The British School of Etiquette gives Parents Seminar in Shanghai.
Mabel Leung, our Head of International Development and China Country Manager, gave a seminar on “How child etiquette can help your child to succeed in the future” to a group of parents in Shanghai.
She analyzed today’s situation including the parents’ commitments in general, their difficulty in having quality time with their children, social media and internet influence, device-“controlled” society, and she discussed with them about their role in their child’s learning of child etiquette, and what their child can learn from the course.
The seminar was a success. Parents asked interesting questions and also learned some basic meet & greet etiquette.
To see the seminar invitation, click here.