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The Beijing International School offers students various classes

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The Beijin International Academy. Photograph: Phnom Penh Post

The Beijing International School offers students from all levels business, computer, art and foreign languages classes (English and Chinese).

Kindergarten education is also available from grade 1 to grade 6.

For both part-time and full-time Chinese and English classes, The Beijing International School hired native speakers with years of teaching experience.

“Because the school has clear key programs which mainly focus on quality, students catch up on knowledge and languages skills quickly with our native teachers who have years of experience,” says Run Raksasambath, the marketing director of the Beijing International School.

According to Raksasambath, to respond to the Cambodian market’s demand, the Beijing International School will offer free new computer and art classes early 2013 new and old students and launch a branch in Phnom Penh as well.

For more information about the Beijing International School, call 023 989 666/023 989 777 or visit their office in Cambodia at : Building No. 98-100, Street 70, Sangkat Sras Chork, Khan Daun Penh

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