We welcome applications from boys who are at school overseas for day or boarding places.
Due to the COVID restrictions we are currently unable to welcome visitors to the College campus. We are happy to arrange individual and small group zoom meetings for our overseas applicants. Please contact the admissions teams to make a zoom appointment.
Entrance and examination procedures differ slightly for each year group.
Years 7, 8, 9 and 10
Registration for boarding admissions to Years 7, 9 and 10 in 2021 has now closed. Late applications may be considered, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration for entry in 2022 and onwards will open on 20 April 2021.
Most boarders join in Years 7, 9 and 10. Occasional boarding places are available in Year 8. Entrance examinations for boarders at school outside the UK are generally held in October/November each year. Testing can be arranged after this if places are available.
For entry in 2021 examinations will be held in Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing and Seoul. Registered applicants will be notified of the dates and venues.
It may also be possible to sit examinations at a British Council office or a location authorised by Dulwich College. Any British Council administration costs would be covered by the applicant’s family. Alternatively we welcome prospective students to visit Dulwich College as they will have a chance to tour the school, be interviewed and meet senior staff and the boarding house master.
Whilst the deadline for international boarding applications for entry in September 2021 is Friday 30 October 2020 later applications will be considered if places are available.
Boys sitting the examinations overseas should complete an Overseas Registration form.
International students who will be taking the examinations at Dulwich College in London should complete the appropriate UK Registration form for entry in September 2021 and beyond.
Entrance examinations for overseas boarding candidates are held from mid-October onwards. Applicants will be tested in the subjects that they wish to study at A level and those whose first language is not English will also sit an EAL paper. Wherever possible, applicants will be interviewed.
Those who are at school in the UK will be invited to Dulwich College to sit the examinations and be interviewed on Saturday 7 November.