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Stellar results for the International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) with a 98% pass rate and an average score of 37.1 points.
How do I choose an international school, and what type of school is the best fit for my child?
This IBDP was developed in Switzerland and is known for its academic rigour and encouragement of independent learning.
The most common curriculum taught in international schools globally is based on the English national curriculum.
ISKL outperforms worldwide IB Diploma average by over five points.
With a lifetime of experience in education from leading schools to policy making and the implementation of national education in Singapore, Madam Mak is now Head of School at St. Joseph’s Institution International School Malaysia.
Ensuring students are future-ready at The International School of Kuala Lumpur.
Choosing the most appropriate curriculum is a difficult decision. The first step is to make a comparison of what’s available.
Nexus International School celebrates excellent IB results with students scoring an average of 35 points in this year’s finals.
Marlborough College Malaysia IBDP candidates surpass global and Asia-Pacific benchmarks.
With over 20 years of teaching experience in secondary and further education institutions in the UK, New Zealand, China, Thailand, Cherie now leads the Visual Art department at NISM.
Choosing a suitable pre-university course to meet a child’s academic needs can be a daunting task. Consider the IB, which is a highly sought-after qualification accepted by top universities around the world.
International schools are all accredited by and work with different boards and associations, which are often listed as acronyms. Here are the most common ones associated with international schools in Malaysia.
Nexus outperforms the IBDP world average by five points with a Diploma average of 34.6 points with one in four students scoring more than 40 points.