Badminton School seeks cooperation with Hainan University
A delegation from Britain's Badminton School led by its general representative of external affairs, Zhang Yongfeng, visited Hainan University (HNU) on Oct 30 to explore cooperation opportunities.
Luo Qingming, president of HNU, Wang Chongmin, vice president of HNU, and Liang Haiming, chairman of the Hainan University Belt and Road Research Institute, attended the symposium to discuss joint educational programs. Consensus was reached between the two parties to support the Hainan Free Trade Zone (Port) and Belt & Road construction.
Representatives of Britain's Badminton School and Hainan University pose for a group photo.
Badminton School is a prestigious school for girls aged 3 to 18 years in Bristol, England. Its university enrollment rate is 100 percent. About 10 percent of its graduates are admitted by University of Oxford and University of Cambridge, 72 percent are admitted by Russell Group, which is a collective of 24 research-intensive UK universities, and 18 percent are admitted by renowned American and European universities.
Judged by the General Certificate of Secondary Education exam performance, the Badminton School ranks 10th among all Britain boarding primary and secondary schools, and 21st among all Britain primary and secondary schools.