Every parent wants to provide their children with the best education. Before admitting their child, parents want to look thoroughly at various school factors to choose the best among them.
Although it is only sometimes possible to list the pros and cons of international schools in Kuala Lumpur, there are a few standard things that a parent would check first. Those are the quality and experience of teachers, the internal curriculum of the school, and the extracurricular activities that the various international schools of Kuala Lumpur provide based on the school fees.
Here are some of the international schools in Kuala Lumpur:
- Global Indian International School (GIIS)
- GEMS International School
- International School Of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)
- St George’s British International School (SGIS)
- British International School
Education fees in Malaysia are not too expensive, although some school fees are higher because of the facilities they provide. Here’s a detailed description of the school fees of a few international schools in Kuala Lumpur, which will help to give you a better idea.
The Global Indian International School (GIIS) in Kuala Lumpur provides great academic and extracurricular activities in every grade. It is a private school that offers Cambridge and Indian CBSE-based curricula. GIIS provides a school level from kindergarten to high school. The approximate school fee structure of this international school in Kuala Lumpur is as below:
|Standard||RM per term|
|KG1 And KG2||5622|
Under this fee structure, the school provides a wide range of co-curricular activities, including music, dance, musical instruments, IT and science-based hobby clubs, and language learning. They also include extracurricular activities in the field of sports and more. They provide engaging learning experiences for the students.
Another international school in Kuala Lumpur is- the International School Of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL). ISKL is an English medium school. It provides a North American-based curriculum that also includes global inputs. It has qualified teachers who are experts in international education.
Here’s the school fee structure of ISKL:
RM 1500 is submitted during the application.
|Grade||Annual tuition fees|
|Prep Reception||RM 59000|
|Prep Junior||RM 78100|
|Prep Senior- Grade 5||RM 97000|
|Grade 6-9||RM 109600|
|Grade 9-12||RM 120400|
The annual tuition fees also include a non-refundable enrollment deposit that is paid during enrollment.
For prep-reception and prep-junior, it is RM 3700. For prep-senior to grade 12, it is RM 8600.
ISKL also provides different external exam opportunities, school activities, and trips for which extra fees specified for the programs need to be paid on participation.
The actual cost of a private school in Kuala Lumpur starts at approximately RM1,000 to RM2,000 per month, according to the type of school. There are also international schools near the downtown area with smaller student populations and cheaper tuition fees.
Therefore, international schools of Kuala Lumpur are affordable and provide a wide range of opportunities along with academic and co-curricular practices with global effect. The school fee structure of most international schools includes activities that engage students and help in the student’s overall development and academics.
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