Primary (early years) & Secondary Education providers in our member network
Brighton College (Singapore)
Brighton College (Singapore) strives to turn out well-educated, respectful and intellectually curious girls and boys who are ready to take a full, active and positive role in their senior schools, and as responsible citizens in the world. A Brighton College education doesn’t just enable a child to comprehend the world around them. Our ambitious English curriculum promotes a problem solving, analytical approach, that alongside an outward looking perspective, encourages both social responsibility and engagement.  It empowers our pupils to lead, shape and change their world.
Dover Court International School
DCIS is one of the leading inclusive British international school in Southeast Asia. We offer a broad, balanced and differentiated programme operating within the framework of the English National Curriculum. We are passionate about how children learn and committed to ensuring that the aspirations and potential of every student are fostered and nurtured. DCIS is part of Nord Anglia Education and benefits from the opportunities gained from being part of a family of over 65 schools worldwide. We welcome students from Nursery to Year 13 and our Sixth Form offers both the IB Diploma Programme and the BTEC International Diploma in Business. We have a strong English as an Additional Language Programme and our Department of Supportive Education provides an environment where students of all abilities flourish. 
Dulwich College (Singapore)
Dulwich College (Singapore) opened its state-of-the-art campus in August 2014 and has since established a strong reputation. The College is an international school with a British independent school ethos which draws upon 400 years of excellence, innovation, tradition and values and is proud to welcome over 50 nationalities. It is a co-educational day school, catering for students aged 2 to 18 in classes from Toddler to Year 13. The College is academically selective and follows an enhanced British curriculum adapted for the needs of our international student body. Students follow the IGSCE curriculum in Years 9, 10 and 11 and the IB Diploma Programme in Years 12 and 13. Continuing the tradition of excellence started by the founding school, Dulwich College in London, Dulwich College International graduates go on to study at leading universities in the UK, USA and around the world.
Epsom College (Malaysia)
Epsom College in Malaysia is a top international boarding school, and sister school to Epsom College UK. Our private 50-acre campus is located a 15-minute drive from KL International Airport and is resplendent with world-class sports facilities. Students learn the English National Curriculum and prepare for IGCSE and A-Levels, but leave the school fluent in English and Mandarin and as independent young adults. Spectacular academic results arise with 73% obtaining A* or A grades at IGCSE and A-level and are admitted to top global universities such as Cambridge, Stanford, Imperial and the LSE.
Epsom College offers BritCham members a discount on their Full Boarding Programme. Click here for the redemption details. 
Marlborough College Malaysia
Marlborough College Malaysia is a boarding and day school that was established in 2012 as a non-profit, genuine extension of Marlborough College in the UK and not a franchise. It therefore shares values, philosophy and personnel with the UK and draws upon the very best traditions of one of the finest British boarding schools, while adding an exciting and real international dimension in our spectacular setting just eight miles from Singapore on the tip of the Iskandar peninsula. The Preparatory School takes pupils from age 3 and the Senior School includes a Sixth Form to age 18.   Pupils entering Marlborough College Malaysia join a community steeped in the tradition of placing compassion, companionship and conversation at the heart of its educational philosophy and a history, spanning over 175 years, of holistic education and academic excellence.
North London Collegiate School (Singapore)
North London Collegiate School, founded in 1850, is one of the pre-eminent schools in the United Kingdom. The school has an outstanding record of the highest intellectual achievements, and a strong tradition of providing an unparalleled academic education, while encouraging the development of individualism and a pioneering spirit among its students. North London Collegiate School (Singapore) will open its doors to students in August 2020, after phenomenally successful openings in Jeju, South Korea and Dubai. It is conveniently located on Depot Road and boasts a built-up area of approximately 300,000 sqft, with a diverse array of learning spaces required to deliver an outstanding world-class education which caters to every possible interest and talent. NLCS (Singapore) retains a deep connection with NLCS (UK) through teacher recruitment and regular monitoring visits and inspections.
Tanglin Trust School
Established in 1925, Tanglin Trust School is the oldest British international school in South East Asia. Tanglin provides the English National Curriculum with an international perspective to children from 3-18 years. Tanglin is a vibrant co-educational school of over 2,800 students representing over 50 nationalities. As a not-for-profit, tuition fees are devoted to the provision of an outstanding education. Tanglin is the only school in Singapore to offer A Levels and IB Diploma at Sixth Form. Examination results consistently surpass Singapore and global averages, with students going to top universities globally. Drawing on a professional and dynamic staff, Tanglin aims to nurture students to achieve their intellectual, spiritual, cultural, social and physical goals, resulting in a community of lifelong learners who can contribute with confidence to our world.
UWC South East Asia
UWCSEA provides an opportunity for students aged 4–18 to join a community of learners from over 80 nationalities whose goal is to shape a better world. The learning programme consists of five interlinking elements: academics, activities, outdoor education, pastoral care and service. Each element is developed to ensure students are gaining experience and knowledge to help them mature as independent learners and global citizens.