UK’s Christ College is opening its first overseas branch in Cyberjaya – Malaysia’s Global Technology Hub.
The international school market in Malaysia is growing over the past few years. The country is now becoming a hub in the region for parents looking into quality education for their kids.
Cyberjaya now has a second international school after the elc International School. The newest’s international school is called King Henry VIII College and is ready for intake this September.
Its history stretches back nearly 500 years ago from Christ College, Brecon in the UK which was famously founded in 1541 by Henry VIII, whose name will grace this new school in Malaysia. It’s the first overseas school established by Christ College.
King Henry VIII College will be a co-educational boarding and day school, with pupils from 3 to 18 years of age.
The fees start from RM15,000 per year from nursery to year 1. Year 2 to Year 6 is RM48,000 per year. Then it’s RM65,000 to RM80,000 until Year 13. This doesn’t include boarding fees which cost RM38,000 to RM42,000 a year.
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The school is located near the Insta-famous Tamarind Square. The new international community is expected to be here soon as the new school semester begins.
Photos credit: International School FB Page