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China / BN Vocational School

Established in 2005, BN Vocational School (BNVS) is China’s first tuition-free, non-profit charitable vocational school at the senior secondary level. It is also the targeted school subsidized by the Project Hope of the China Youth Development Foundation and the Project Hope’s Vocational Education Fund.

The guiding principle of BNVS is to provide employment oriented training to students with courses designed based on market demand. It invites businesses to participate in, even lead the teaching. Education is more than learning technical skills. At BNVS, students are taught the morals that will help them succeed in life and integrate into society and job.

Since founded in 2005, all graduates have successfully obtained employment. This had dramatically improved the financial status and living condition of their families. To date, BNVS has campuses located in Beijing, Chengdu, Dalian, Nanjing, Sanya, Wuhan, Yinchuan and Zhengzhou.

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