History

Pakistan Embassy College Beijing (PECB) was established in 1969 on the personal request of the then Prime Minister of China Zhou En Lai which he made to the President of Pakistan Muhammad Ayub Khan.

PECB is a full-time, co-educational, English-medium school which offers internationally recognisedCIE University of Cambridge, GCE/IGCSE/ ‘O’ level (after 10 years of formal education) and International ‘AS’ and ‘A II’ level (after 12 years of formal education) programmes. For Pakistani students, the College offers Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) approved syllabi for Secondary School Certificate (IX, X) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (XI, XII).

The College caters to children of expatriate Pakistanis as well as diplomatic staff posted in Beijing and the international community. The College have students from 58 different nationalities of the world.

Faculty of the College consists of highly qualified staff employed both from Pakistan and locally. All senior staff members hold at least a masters degree in their respective discipline as well as teaching qualifications. All staff are vastly experienced in delivering Pakistani and international education and are selected from top institutions of Pakistan.

Facilities of the College include separate, dedicated play areas for different age groups, basketball courts, volleyball courts, badminton courts and table tennis facilities. Academic facilities include bright, spacious classrooms, biology, chemistry, physics and computer labs as well as a language lab to teach English and Chinese languages. The College has a library, a resource room and a reading room. The College also has a fleet of transport to provide pick and drop facilities to the students and teachers.

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