The reports we produce cover all aspects of education in China and beyond
Many of the attitudes and structures that hold women back in the economic sphere stem from education. However, just as education can perpetuate and reinforce prejudices, it can also provide a key to challenging and overcoming them.
Dinah Bennett OBE FHEA
Global Lead For Entrepreneurship Education
Women’s Economic Imperative
Professional development insights for teachers in China.
This series, focusing on a wealth of issues around confidence and communication, and as varied and interesting as usual, converged for me on a principle that seems particularly important to remember at the moment: to be confident, and to be an effective communicator, you have to commit hopefully to the present.
We provide our clients with in depth research and analyses on the education market in China; most are private but some are publicly available.
A comprehensive look at the Mongolian Education Sector and its developments and trends.
An analysis of the major policy trends affecting British education companies across EdTech, TVET, K-12 and early-years education.
I would like to personally and professionally recommend Venture Education. They are vital members of the British Chamber of Commerce, and in the four years we have been collaborating I have been exceptionally impressed with everything they have done.
Managing Director, British Chamber of Commerce in China