Kent College To Open In Hong Kong

The UK independent school Kent College will open a campus in Hong Kong in 2020 and follows the successful launch of a Dubai branch of the prestigious English school.
Kent College To Open In Hong Kong
By Carli Allan
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Kent College will open a new school in Hong Kong in 2020 to deliver a very British education to local and expat students. This will be the second international campus for Kent College after Kent College Dubai opened in 2016.

The 130-year-old Kent College in Canterbury, UK is a co-ed independent school for students aged three months through to 18 years. It’s a highly respected boarding school that achieves an Independent Schools Inspectorate ‘Outstanding’ rating in every category of inspection.

Kent College Hong Kong will be the latest in a growing number of British private schools to open a campus in Hong Kong. Harrow first opened an international campus in 2012, and since then Malvern College, Shrewsbury and Mount Kelly have followed suit and opened campuses in the New Territories, Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

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Professor Stephen Ho of MacGregor Education Consulting Limited recently joined Dr David Lamper, executive headmaster of Kent College in Canterbury for a signing ceremony to celebrate the establishment of Kent College Hong Kong.

Dr Lamper said: “We are delighted to be working with such a well-established partner as MacGregor Education Consulting Limited and Professor Stephen Ho, who has great integrity and an international academic reputation. This agreement will form a strong basis for Kent College in Hong Kong, which will reflect the values and ethos of the home school in Canterbury, and will add to the international reputation of the school.”

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