With CIE results released last week, and Edexcel soon to release theirs, schools are busily analysing their IGCSE and A Level results and preparing statistics & infographics to share with the wider parent community. As parents, we like numbers. They are concrete, black and white, easy to understand. And in competitive international schooling markets in Asia, these statistics give us something solid with which to compare schools. However, the number of A-A* grades and A*-C gra
There are a number of international schools in Kuala Lupur that offer generous scholarships to help talented, hard-working students access an international education that may otherwise be out of financial reach. We have put together a list of some of the fantastic scholarships on offer for international schools in and around KL, and will update this list as more scholarships become open for application! 2019-2020 Academic Year SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN FOR APPLICATION NOW! Epsom Coll
Why choose an international school in Malaysia? Here are our TOP FIVE reasons. 1. English Fluency Attending an international school, where students converse in English and all lessons and assessments are conducted in English, gives students the opportunity to become fluent in both conversational and academic English. In today's globalised world, this is crucial for academic and professional success. 2. A Focus on Skills Good international schools place as much emphasis on bui
Here are the annual school fees for a Year 7 student across twenty international schools in Kuala Lumpur. Clicking on the bar graph will open a larger version in another window. School Abbreviations: MKIS: Mont Kiara International School ISKL: International School of Kuala Lumpur GIS: Garden International School BISKL: British International School of Kuala Lumpur Epsom: Epsom College Malaysia IGB: IGB International School KLASS: Alice Smith School Nexus: Nexus International S
When are the upcoming open days for international schools in & around Kuala Lumpur? We've done the digging for you. 15 September 2017, 9am-12.30pm IGB International School Find out more here. 18 September, 10am ISKL: Melawati Campus (Primary) Find out more here. 21 September, 11am ISKL: Ampang Hill Campus (Secondary) Find out more here. 26-30 September 2017, 10am-3pm Taylor's International School Find out more here. 28 September 2017, 8am-12.30pm Garden International School
Kuala Lumpur is famous for many things: friendly people, amazing food, and, unfortunately...traffic. If you've never been to KL, you'll have to take our word for it: the traffic here is atrocious. Poor public transport, a lack of safe walkways and pavements, a humid climate that can make walking unpleasant & cheap car loans means that almost everybody in KL drives everywhere. Why does this matter? Because of the traffic, many school-aged children here in Kuala Lumpur face ser
If you are considering boarding school for your child, there are a few options in and around Kuala Lumpur. Here is a brief overview of the four most popular choices: KTJ, Nexus International School, Epsom College & Marlborough College. Kolej Tuanku Jaafar KTJ is a very well-established school offering IGCSEs and A Levels, about an hour south of the city. KTJ offers boarding from the age of 11 onwards, and is the most affordable boarding option on this list. Boarding informati
There are a number of international schools that offer generous scholarships to help talented, hard-working students access an international education that may otherwise be out of financial reach.
We have put together a list of some of the scholarships on offer. We have listed them in the order you need to apply for them - from the earliest to the latest scholarship application deadline.
CURRENT ACADEMIC YEAR (2017-2018)
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