There are 4 institutions in the structure of Dover College: kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school departments. Foreigners are admitted to full board from 11 to 18 years old - they have access to middle-class programs, the GCSE course and the Sixth Form (A-level program): students from abroad account for more than 70% of all students.
Dover College is proud of its warm, welcoming atmosphere. The institution is located on the base of the former monastery of St. Martin: still some buildings are used (for example, refectory, logically become a dining room), built in the 12th century! The campus area is very cozy, green, well-groomed: here the eye rests on the famous English lawns and lawns, enjoying the view of classical architecture and century-old trees. A small number of students (only about 350 people) also provides a chamber, friendly atmosphere, and a large number of foreigners (representatives of more than 30 countries!) Help children to cultivate respect for other cultures, tolerance, politeness.
Dover College is different from the quality of its curriculum. According to 2013 data, more than 50% of graduates passed the most difficult A-level exams to the highest A * -B scores, and the average score of UCAS in terms of each student was 399 points. 92% of graduates have successfully enrolled in selected universities (about 4% chose art and faculty) - among the most popular universities are the following: