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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Bromsgrove International School


The main Bangkok campus

Location: Thailand (Bangkok)
Years: Nursery to Year 13
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, IGCSEs, AS and A Levels, BTEC
Tuition fees from Year 1: USD 11,800-15,800
Boarding: Yes
Highlights: ‘Mona Lisa Effect’ personalised learning programme, Polio Points rewards programme, state-of-the-art creative arts centre, flexible boarding options

What the school says:

“We are the only school outside England that carries the prestigious Bromsgrove name… Following the best of British traditions, we offer an appropriate and challenging programme of study, based upon the National Curriculum for England, whilst incorporating the flexibility to effectively respond to global change.”

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Bromsgrove International School Thailand (BIST) 
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