Admissions at AISG is a 3 step process: 1. Application; 2. Qualification; 3. Seat Assignment.
All applications are subject to qualification and seat availability.（所有申请均视资格和名额情况而定。）
Step 1. Application: Please complete an online application form. You will also need to submit supporting documents (see the Checklist below) and the application processing fee. Step 2. Qualification: Once your application is complete, we will review your file. The school will take into consideration the information provided in the application, school reports, references and standardized test scores (if available) in making an admissions decision. Students may need to take an assessment as part of the qualification process. The supporting documents and assessment results must indicate that the student can achieve at a level necessary to be a successful AISG student. Step 3. Seat Assignment: Seats are assigned to qualified students based on seat availability. If there are no seats available in your child's grade level or program, he/she will be placed in our waitpool. Please contact the Admissions Office before you make your online application to inquire about seat availability in your child's grade level.
Students applying from the Guangzhou Area are required to take an English admissions test and participate in an oral interview as part of the qualification process. Once your application is complete and the application processing fee paid, we will email you to confirm your child's assessment date and time. Please follow the recommended timeline below. We will still accept applications after these dates however applications may be subject to seat availability.
Students applying from overseas or other provinces in China are not required to travel to Guangzhou for an assessment. However, if your family plans to visit Guangzhou, we will try to schedule your child’s assessment during your visit. If you do not plan to visit Guangzhou before your relocation, and if we feel that an assessment is necessary we will try to make arrangements at your current location, or we can assess your child upon your arrival to Guangzhou.
AISG has an English as an Additional Language (EAL) program for qualified students in Grades 1 to 10, to help non-native English speaking students develop proficiency in English. Space in the program is very limited. AISG also has a limited learning support program for students with mild learning differences. The needs of students with learning differences should be discussed with the Admissions Office prior to submitting an application, in order to determine whether the necessary support is available at AISG.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (8620) 8735-3393 ext. 1113, 1117 or 1121. We would be happy to assist you through the application process.