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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Dulwich College International (DCI)


Dulwich College Singapore

Locations: China (Beijing, Shanghai, Shanghai, Suzhou, Zhuhai), Singapore, South Korea (Seoul)
Years: Nursery to Year 13
Curriculum: EYFS, English National Curriculum, IGCSE, A Level, IBDP
Tuition fees from Year 1: Singapore (USD 25,000-31,300)
Boarding: No
Highlights: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths) initiatives, visual and performing arts events run across the DCI family of schools, Mandarin at all levels, the IBDP was recently introduced at international colleges

What the school says:

“Grounded in close partnership with Dulwich College, our International Schools follow our holistic approach to education, by coupling academic rigour and scholarship with co-curricular endeavours including sporting, musical, dramatic and charitable activities. This array of opportunities is supported by outstanding facilities at all of our schools.”

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Dulwich College (Singapore)

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