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1636 Plan is an exclusive series of academic courses customized according to each student’s characteristics,designed primarily for high school and college students. It aims to create tailor-made and personalized background enrichment plan for future admissions.
Icebreaker Session: 30 Minutes of Icebreaking Between Students and Educational Planners
In-Depth Exploration: Deep Excavation of Students' Personal Experience, Weaknesses and Advantages
Feedback of Evaluation: A Comprehensive Competitiveness Evaluation Will Be Provided for Students
Objective Setting: Confirmation of the Most Ideal PBL Course Based on the Comprehensive Competitiveness Evaluation
Process Identification: Confirmation of the Research Process and Project Plan
Content Analysis: To Elaborate on Key Concepts and Development Trends of the Topic
Project Execution: To Adjust the Course Content and Schedule Based on Students' Feedback in Order to Complete the Research Task on Time
Scientific Research Capabilities: To Improve Students' Capabilities in Exploring, Analyzing, Innovating and Collaborating
Authoritative Instructors: Face-to-Face Courses Taught by Ivy League Professors and Industrial Gurus
Networking: Building Contacts with Instructors and Alumni of Top Universities
Academic Research Method: Problem Identification - Investigation - Research
Guidance of Alumni: Get Help from Outstanding Graduates and Current Alumni
Working with two well-known academic institutes, Cambridge International Education (UK) and College Board (USA), GEC Academy has designed PBL enhancement projects focused on A-Level/IGCSE and AP Courses, combined with the current curriculum system, to design a 1-3 year academic enrichment plan. In conjunction with top tier European and American admissions officers and professors, GEC provides targeted guidance to students and help them with their college applications.
With the assistance of world-class university professors and admissions officers, we are able to gather the admission criteria of top universities from their perspectives. As a result, the importance of Project-Based Learning for future graduate students lies in improving scientific research skills and offering long-term assistance for students to get into top universities and to find an ideal job.
VIP Plan for High School and College Students to Enhance Academic Background