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Intensive English Program Taichung Price

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Intensive English Program Taichung Price

Postby BoardProphet » 13 Feb 2016, 12:08

I am running an intensive English program in Taichung, from Tuesday to Friday we have class and activities all day and people live in dorms and eat at the school. Right now we charge about 24000 NT so that we can cover our costs. I would like to be able to lower that cost though by offering scholarships.
My question is what is a good amount of scholarship to give to students? Some richer families would be able to pay the full price, while for other families there is no way. Does anyone have suggestions for the amount of scholarship to give to which income bracket?

We are going to be fundraising to cover the scholarships, so it could be half off or more for some income brackets.
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