Dulwich College International is a family of schools - or, as described by the Master, “The Dulwich Commonwealth of Schools” - with seven full International Schools and two International High Schools in Asia.
The College in London has close involvement with its international colleges and schools determined through an exclusive worldwide charter agreement with Dulwich College Management International which has led to the establishment of a number of overseas schools and programmes, taking the Dulwich name, ethos and best practice out into the wider world.
Currently, more than 6000 students are benefiting from a Dulwich education overseas. Four Dulwich Colleges have been established in China (two in Shanghai, and one each in Beijing and Suzhou), one in Seoul, South Korea, and one in Singapore. The latest addition to the family, Dulwich College Yangon, has recently started accepting students in Myanmar. These seven schools are all co-educational and principally cater to the expatriate community. In addition to the international schools, two High Schools have been established in China (in Suzhou and Zhuhai), in conjunction with prestigious Chinese schools, to teach the IGCSE and A Level curriculum to Chinese pupils who are aiming for top universities in the UK, USA and elsewhere.
Grounded in close partnership with Dulwich College in London, 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.