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Education Highlights October 2017

Top achievers, open days and Australia's private school online marketplace in Malaysia.

by / Published: 5 Oct 2017

Education Highlights October 2017
Photo: Alice Smith School

Alice Smith School

Alice Smith School students achieved some of the highest A Levels results in the region, boasting a three year rolling average of 73 per cent A* to B grades and a 100 per cent pass rate, consistent with leading UK schools. Adding to this achievement, 80 per cent of Alice Smith students secured places among the 24 leading universities in the UK Russel Group this year like the University of Cambridge, St Andrews University and others.     

2 Jalan Bellamy, Kuala Lumpur 
Tel: 03-2148 3674
 

Photo: British International School of Kuala Lumpur

British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL)

Students of the British International School of Kuala Lumpur scored exceptional IGCSE exam results this year, achieving 82 per cent at Grade A/A*, 58 per cent at A* and 94 per cent at grades A*to B. These exam results are unprecedented in Malaysia and are comparable with the top independent schools in the UK. For information on registering for the new intake, click here, or visit BSKL's open days on 10 October (primary campus) and 12 October (secondary campus).  

1 Changkat Bukit Utama, Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 
Tel: 03-7727 7775

 

Photo: Epsom International College in Malaysia

Epsom International College in Malaysia (ECiM)

Three students from Epsom International College in Malaysia received the Pearson Edexcel Outstanding Learner Awards for exceptional performance in areas of GCSE Chinese, Government and Politics and Advanced Biology at the Summer 2016 examination series. 

Year 11 student Shariff Adam Suhaimi achieved the Highest Mark in Malaysia in GCSE Chinese. Year 13 students Krystal Teow and Natalie Tham earned the Highest Mark in Asia for A-Level Government and Politics and the Highest Mark in Malaysia in International Advanced Level Biology respectively. 
 

Photo: The Australian International School Malaysia

The Australian International School Malaysia (AISM)

The Australian International School Malaysia Director of Curriculum and Innovation, Kylie Booker, was recently invited to present at the 22nd World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC) Biennial World Conference in Sydney. Ms Booker leads the Gifted & Talented programme at AISM, which helps teachers guide gifted students to achieve their full potential.

22 Jalan Anggerik, The MINES Resort City, Seri Kembangan, Selangor
Tel: 03-8949 5000
 

Photo: Kolej Yayasan UEM

Kolej Yayasan UEM (KYUEM)

Kolej Yayasan UEM held an Open Day recently, welcoming visitors to a morning of presentations by Headmaster Dr Paul Rogers, followed by a question and answer session. There were also tours of the college led by student representatives. KYUEM’s next Open Days will be held on 14 October and 18 November from 10.15am to 2pm in the Great Hall at the KYUEM campus. More information on these open days can be found here

Lembah Beringin, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor 
Tel: 03-6460 1234 
 

Photo: School Places 

School Places 

Australia’s first private school online marketplace, School Places, has come to Malaysia. School Places is a free platform that matches Malaysian parents and international families with vacancies in private or international schools in Malaysia or in Australia, based on configurable criteria such as year level and suburb or postcode. This simplifies the school search process for newly arrived families or those who are on their way to relocating to Malaysia – the site can even be used to search for scholarships.


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