Dulwich College is a private (private) male school in central London, an elite and prestigious educational institution whose history has more than 380 years of successful work. The institution has an excellent reputation, respect among colleagues and students from all over the world. Many well-known personalities have studied at its walls: for example, the author of detectives Raymond Chandler, cricket champion Trevor Bailey, public and political figures, athletes and artists. Dulwich College ranks 61st among 450 participants in the non-state schools rating according to The Sunday Times. The total area of the school reaches 70 acres of picturesque, well-maintained, well-equipped land with everything necessary for comfortable living and learning.
The main goal of schooling is full preparation for successful admission to the chosen university of Great Britain, Europe and the world, comprehensive development and the formation of a unique personality. They honor the age-old traditions of British classical education, practice mentoring, create the most comfortable conditions for children to develop and grow. Among the most popular among the graduates are the following universities:
Dulwich College provides a powerful knowledge base for entering the best, most prestigious and prestigious universities. Graduates of the educational institution enter even universities with strict selection and high requirements; The main specializations are exact and natural sciences, as well as economic disciplines. Thanks to an individual, personal approach, deep and thorough study of subjects, students enter the chosen university without any problems. Teachers are always ready to help with advice, advice, advice, help fill out the application and compile a package of documents, gather information about admission and university requirements to their applicants.
The number of pupils reaches 1,670 people - these are boys of 7-18 years old; Approximately 130 of them - foreign boarders are trained on the terms of a full board, enjoy full support for full adaptation to the linguistic and academic conditions of the new country.
The academic building is divided into 4 sectors:
Differentiated by age groups make learning more pleasant, comfortable and effective, creates a friendly and friendly atmosphere , The gradual development of students, the gradual adoption of the curriculum. Each level of education is made up of its own list of subjects and disciplines for study - compulsory for students of any age is art, languages, exact and humanitarian (social) sciences. Each student also determines for himself the priority kind of sports and physical activity, which he is constantly engaged in. At the end of the course, all students undergo a full test, which determines their readiness to continue their education at the next level.
Dulwich College is very strict discipline. Much attention is paid to the formation of full-fledged leisure, comprehensive development, a large number of electives and clubs of interest. The pupils are brought up valuable social qualities: independence, ambition, education and courtesy, initiative, responsibility.
Here the students are offered a deeper program of studying the basic school subjects, a higher level of complexity, a greater amount of knowledge for mastering. This is a period of laying a solid foundation of knowledge, which will subsequently be supplemented and deepened. The proposed disciplines are included in the following list:
At this age, the focus is on quality, effective preparation for GCSE testing. Obtaining a profile certificate with high scores means successful mastering of the secondary school program, suitable for preparation for entering the selected university - the certificate is highly regarded worldwide and is valued by the admission commissions.
Students study the following disciplines:
Also, each student chooses additional (elective) subjects for the personal curriculum: it can be English literature, a foreign language (Greek, Chinese, German or Latin).
At this stage of training, students are deliberately preparing to enter the chosen higher education institution for a priority specialty, taking into account the requirements for entrants. An individual curriculum is drawn up: it contains only 4 of the highest-priority disciplines, and in the second year of training (grade 13), complexity can be facilitated.
You can select items from the following list:
On the campus there are 3 comfortable and cozy residences: the rooms are designed for 2-4 people, fully furnished and equipped with everything necessary. Constantly on duty are experienced and qualified educators: they monitor the observance of cleanliness, order and discipline, are responsible for the safety of children, form their leisure, are always ready to help with the solution of any issue. Showers and toilets are located on each floor, as well as common lounges with board games and a media center. For each student there is a private place for independent studies, quiet and peaceful.
Meals are also organized according to the boarding house system. The menu is regularly updated taking into account the wishes and requests of students: the diet includes dishes of various national cuisines, including Muslim, vegetarian and Jewish foods.
Students can meet regularly with their parents, contact them by phone or internet at any time. Parents can always turn to teachers and educators, discuss the achievements and progress of the child, his involvement in extra-curricular, sports or creative activities. Especially such support is important for foreign boarders and for parents who first sent a child to study in another country, and school staff understand this perfectly. Absence of isolation and constant contact with parents forms a healthy school atmosphere and moral comfort for each student, makes adaptation quicker and easier.
Every month, students are planned to stay in advance, by day: every day they are given ample opportunities for interesting, diverse employment. Contests, quizzes, competitions, thematic evenings, walks and city tours, sports, talent shows and concerts, trips to entertainment and education centers are constantly arranged. Seasonal (summer and winter) camps for scouts, adventure shifts and combined courses are based on the college.
There are wide opportunities for active recreation and sports development of children: professional instructors and coaches work with them, so you can start learning a new sport from scratch. On the campus teams are assembled for hockey, regui, football and basketball, and there is a section of martial arts. There is a spacious indoor pool, football and rugby fields, a cricket lawn, tennis courts, a private boat station. Among the students there are constantly held competitions, relay races and competitions, demonstration performances and team matches are organized, including with young men from other schools.
From the creative circles and studios as the most popular one can note:
The cadet corps works: here boys learn archery, martial arts, methods of first aid and survival in extreme situations.
Dulwich College is an active participant in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme (for an additional fee): it is an opportunity to fully demonstrate its abilities in the field of public works, physical abilities and achievements, hikes and expeditions, significantly increase endurance and personal potential.
There is everything necessary for comfortable training and stay of students on the campus: spacious and bright classrooms for classrooms, scientific laboratories for practical lessons, as well as numerous studios and studios for art and creativity (dance, music, photography, etc.). Etc.).
The academic year is divided into traditional trimesters, interspersed with vacations for students' leisure:
The cost of one trimester of study is 12,684 £, one year - 38052 £.
Please note that there are some surcharges and fees not included in the basic cost of the program:[ 999.14]
For applicants, applicants must submit a minimum package of documents:
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- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.