Getting a Very 'British' Education in Asia, MidEast

From Brighton College to Harrow, leading British public schools are offering one of the best pathways to a UK higher education at international campuses in the UAE, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand
Getting a Very 'British' Education in Asia, MidEast
By Carli Allan
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Malvern College International (MCI)


The new Malvern College campus in Hong Kong

Locations: China (Chengdu, Qingdao), Egypt (Cairo), Hong Kong (Tai Po)
Years: Years 1-13
Curriculum: EYFS; International Baccalaureate curriculum including Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programmes (Hong Kong); IGCSEs and A Levels (China and Egypt)
Tuition fees from Year 1: Hong Kong (USD 20,500-23,300)
Boarding: Yes (China)
Highlights: Focus on maths and science, Forest School programme (Hong Kong), mandatory chess programme 

What the school says:

“MCI schools offer internationally recognised academic programmes and embed the ethos, values and other core features of a Malvern College education, whilst providing an education provision reflective of the cultural context in which each school operates. Each school focuses on helping students achieve their full potential, wherever their talents may lie, and preparing them for a university education in any English-speaking country in the world.”

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Malvern College Hong Kong (opening 2018)
Malvern College Pre-school Hong Kong

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