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10 Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia (Secondary)

Published by SchoolAdvisor on Apr 06, 2021, 01:38 AM

Opting for an international school over a public school for your child will require a bit of consideration when it boils down to the financial aspect.

Some parents may be willing to pay any amount for their child to experience international school education while others may not agree to the large sum. To each his own, we say.

Ever wonder how high the numbers can go? SchoolAdvisor has compiled a list of the most expensive international schools that offer secondary level education in Malaysia below.

Keep reading to check out the most expensive international school for secondary education:

10. IGB International School (IGBIS)

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Besides preparing students for good universities and successful careers, IGB International School wants to create learners who would make a positive impact in the world, as they stand by their catch phrase, “Igniting Minds: Impacting Lives.”

Location: Sungai Buloh, Selangor

Curriculum: International Baccalaureate (IB)

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM74,700 - RM95,800

Total Tuition Fee Range: RM617,000 (from Grade 6 to Grade 12)

9. Alice Smith School

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Alice Smith School, which has two campuses in Malaysia, was established to provide an outstanding British education for a successful international future to its students.

Location: Seri Kembangan, Selangor

Curriculum: British

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM85,680 - RM93,300

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM630,240 (from Year 7 to Year 13)

8. Epsom College Malaysia

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Having Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as its Patron, Epsom College Malaysia challenges its students to pursue excellence with tenacity and adapt to stressful situations, traits which will allow them to excel at university and work.

Location: Bandar Baru Enstek, Negeri Sembilan

Curriculum: British

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM87,135 - RM94,035

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM633,525 (from Year 7 to Year 13)

7. The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL)

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

As part of the world’s leading premium schools organisation, Nord Anglia Education, The British International School of Kuala Lumpur believe there is no limit to what students can achieve and its approach supports every child to succeed academically, socially and personally.

Location: Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Curriculum: British

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM82,310 - RM99,970

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM641,470 (from Year 7 to Year 13)

6. Raffles American School

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

With the aim to empower students to achieve their academic and life potential, Raffles American School supports student success through collaboration with parents, a balanced focus on intellectual and a profound belief that all students can learn.

Location: Nusajaya, Johor

Curriculum: American

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM89,600 - RM96,800

Total Annual Tuition Fee: RM656,000 (from Grade 6 to Grade 12)

5. Garden International School

Garden International School (GIS) is one of the world's leading international schools with a strong academic track record. Our high quality, holistic education ensures that our students leave us well equipped for life; it is not surprising that GIS students are in demand across the world and sought after by the world's best universities.

Location: Kuala Lumpur

Curriculum: British

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM90,063 - RM98,460

Total Annual Tuition Fee: RM666,066 (from Year 7 to Year 13)

4. Shattuck St. Mary's School

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Located in South East Asia’s first ecologically green city, Forest City, Shattuck St. Mary’s School offers a unique opportunity for Malaysian students to learn American education as either day or boarding students.

Location: Forest City, Johor

Curriculum: American

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM95,500 - RM102,500

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM689,500 (from Grade 6 to Grade 12)

3. The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

The International School of Kuala Lumpur challenges its students to “Be All You Are” with a robust international curriculum that combines North American educational frameworks with global best practice.

Location: Ampang, Selangor

Curriculum: American, International Baccalaureate (IB)

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM96,345 - RM106,695

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM715, 815 (from Grade 6 to Grade 12)

2. Mont'Kiara International School (M'KIS)

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Rated a five star school by the Malaysian Ministry of Education, Mont’Kiara International School is a full-continuum International Baccalaureate World School offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (DP) to students from preschool until Grade 12.

Location: Kuala Lumpur

Curriculum: American, International Baccalaureate (IB)

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM100,186 - RM110,828

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM743,870 (from Grade 6 to Grade 12)

1. Marlborough College Malaysia (MCM)

Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia

Marlborough College Malaysia is an expansion of Marlborough College in Wiltshire, England. The school prides itself on the breadth of opportunity it provides for its students to live and interact productively with people from all over the world.

Location: Johor Bahru, Johor

Curriculum: British

Annual Tuition Fee Range: RM111,000 - RM121,350

Total Annual Tuition Fees: RM800,850 (from Year 7 to Upper Sixth Form)

Although these schools fall under the super-expensive category, the quality education that your children will receive from said institutions is exceptional as these schools only provide top-notch facilities with experienced teachers from around the world.

See also:

10 Most Expensive International Schools in Malaysia (Primary)

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