English schools in China
Lambton College was established in 1967. It is one of the twenty-four public colleges in Ontario Province, and has 3,500 full-time and 6,500 part-time students. Lambton currently has its main campus in Sarnia, Ontario and also has partner campuses in China, India and Saudi Arabia. The college has signed agreements with several universities in North America so that graduates can transfer directly to these universities to obtain an undergraduate degree.
Jilin University – Lambton College (JULC), which was established in 1999. It is a Sino–foreign education institute co-operation between Jilin University, which is the largest university in China and ranks among the top ten universities in China, and four North American Colleges / Universities. JULC offers North American undergraduate education, and produces well-rounded graduates in the fields of Business Administration and Information Technology. The four North American partners are Northwood University in the United States, and Lambton College, Memorial University of Newfoundland, and The College of the North Atlantic in Canada.
JULC was one of the first Sino-foreign cooperation institutions officially approved by Ministry of Education of China, and ranks among the top ten Sino-foreign higher–level educational co-operative institutes in China. At JULC, we follow the curricula of our partner universities & colleges. Coursework in the field of Business Administration involves a three year diploma from Lambton College, culminating in a one year BBA degree from Northwood University. Coursework in the field of Information Technology involves a three year diploma from The College of the North Atlantic, culminating in a one year degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Students are awarded both the degree and the diploma after their four-year study. Coursework is mainly taught in English by suitably qualified teachers and professors. Students can complete all their undergraduate studies in China, or choose to transfer to our North American partner universities / colleges during their studies
[For more, see http://en.julc.cn/about/Aboutus.html]
Changchun is the provincial capital of Jilin province in the beautiful northeast of China. Close to Russia, Mongolia and Korea, it is a great launching point for travelers; Beijing is just seven hours by train or about an hour and a half by plane. In spite of a growing population of nearly 8 million, the people in Changchun are extremely friendly. Moreover, it is very safe for foreign teachers and a great place to live and work. The air is refreshingly clean and the low cost of living means teachers can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle. There are plenty of green spaces and parks; with Nanhu Park in the centre of the city, Changchun World Sculpture Park in the south, and Jingyuetan Park, the largest man-made forest park in Asia, Changchun deserves being listed as one of China’s “National Garden Cities". Outdoors enthusiasts can go skiing, snowboarding or skating in winter. Changchun is also famous for being the last home of Pu Yi, the last Emperor of China.