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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Wellington College International


The new campus in Bangkok, opening in 2018

Locations: Thailand (Bangkok), China (Hangzhou, Shanghai, Tianjin)
Years: Nursery to Year 6 (up to Year 13 in China)
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, IGCSEs, A Levels, IBDP
Tuition fees from Year 1: USD 21,800-22,700 (Thailand)
Boarding: Yes (China)
Highlights: Wellington Academy Programme of extra-curricular activities, learning enhanced by the International Primary Curriculum, choice of A Levels or the IBDP

What the school says:

“Wellington College is renowned for being an outward-facing school with a strong international perspective… The opportunities which arise for the staff and pupils at all schools as a result of being part of such a diverse and exciting group of schools are numerous but include exchanges, cultural trips and collaborative learning opportunities for both children and adults alike.”

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Wellington College International Bangkok (opening 2018)

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