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Free Seminar: “TES’ French-English bilingual curriculum” (Taipei, May 1st, 2014)

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Free Seminar: “TES’ French-English bilingual curriculum” (Taipei, May 1st, 2014)

Postby infine-art » 18 Apr 2014, 17:00

Taipei European School (TES) offers a French-English bilingual curriculum. This excellence program goes from Kindergarten to High School and opens to any child with a non-Taiwanese passport. The curriculum holds both CIS-WASC and AEFE international accreditations.

TES is pleased to invite you to an information briefing, in Chinese and English, on Thursday May 1st, 2014 (10:00-12:30). Address: TES Primary Campus – 727, Wenlin Rd, Shilin District, Taipei 11159, Taiwan ROC MRT: Zhishan Station (red line) Exit 1. 

More information: http://www.infine-art.com/events/tes-bilingual

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Re: Free Seminar: “TES’ French-English bilingual curriculum” (Taipei, May 1st, 2014)

Postby infine-art » 22 Apr 2014, 11:43

I precise that this information may also be of interest for international-minded Taiwanese families, since the only mandatory admission criteria is a foreign passport.
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