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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Brighton College

Brighton College's campus in Singapore

Locations: Thailand (Bangkok); UAE (Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Dubai); Singapore
Years: Nursery to Year 13
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, IGCSE, A Level
Tuition fees from Year 1: USD 20,500-24,700
Boarding: No
Highlights: Learning resource centre that flows throughout the campus (Bangkok), Common Entrance exam in Year 8, specialist teaching from Year 5, strong house system, lessons in Thai and Mandarin Chinese from early years (Bangkok)

What the school says:

“The school offers the innovative Brighton College UK curriculum, leading to IGCSEs and A-levels/IB. Its pupils benefit from outstanding pastoral care delivered through a traditional House system. Above all, a Brighton College education offers all of its pupils a caring, supportive and tolerant environment in which they can thrive and develop a lifelong passion for learning.”

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