An Essential Guide: Costs of Private International Schools in Malaysia

 

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Education in Malaysia is of very high standard, and expat parents and locals altogether shouldn’t struggle finding a decent school for their children. All the same, many expat parents like to school their children at international schools where they can easily be enrolled in a curriculum of their home country or of any other country they wish, besides Malaysia.

 

Another reason why most parents send their children to international schools is so that they can acquire a well-rounded education, with access to world-class facilities and special classes–like a Brain Gym! Many international students have also discovered studying in Malaysia really is a “value-for-money” option, which attracts many and makes them want to accomplish all their scholarly excellence and endeavors in Malaysia much more than in any other country.

 

Below is a structured list of fee estimates for the top 10 primary and secondary level international schools, which expat parents and locals are more likely to pay when they choose to enroll their children in the most prestigious international schools in Malaysia.

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1) British International School Kuala Lumpur
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum   IGCSE
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM35,000 – RM50,000   (Secondary) RM50,000 – RM80,000

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2) Fairview International School
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum   International Baccalaureate (IB)
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM10,000 – RM17, 000   (Secondary) RM19,000 – RM22, 000   (Pre-University) RM23,000 – RM30, 000

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3) Australian International School Malaysia (AISM)
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   Australian Curriculum
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM25,000 – RM35,000   (Secondary) RM35,000 – RM50,000

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4) ELC International School
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum   IGCSE
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM15,000 – RM25,000   (Secondary) RM25,000 – RM35,000

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5) Prince of Wales International School Penang
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum   IGCSE  A-Levels
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM35,000 – RM50,000   (Secondary) RM35,000 – RM50,000

 

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6) Garden International School
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum   IGCSE
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM40,000 – RM74,000   (Secondary) RM80,000 – RM88,000

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7) Sayfol International School Kuala Lumpur
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   A Levels Cambridge International Curriculum IGCSE
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM13,000 – RM18,000   (Secondary)RM19,000 – RM27,000

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8) UCSI International School Subang Jaya
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   A Levels–Cambridge International Curriculum–   International Primary Curriculum (IPC)
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM18,000 – RM23,000   (Secondary) RM23,000 – RM33,000

 

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9) Sri KDU International School
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   British National Curriculum IGCSE   International Baccalaureate (IB)
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM35,000 – RM50,000   (Secondary) RM35,000 – RM50,000

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10) REAL International School
SYLLABUS & CURRICULUM   Cambridge International Curriculum   IGCSE
FEES RANGE   (Primary) RM15,000 – RM25,000   (Secondary) RM25,000 – RM35,000

 

 

Above all else, education in Malaysia is top-notch and of universal standard, may be this could be the reason why many international schools are structured everywhere around Malaysia. Many expat parents love enrolling their children in international schools around Malaysia for their high quality education, competitive costs, and availability of top-notch facilities such as a state-of-the-art-library, special classes, diverse study options from either home country or other countries and more. They also do it to raise global citizens, and at least parents no longer have the worry of their children experiencing a culture shock at school anymore every time they’re away from home. All the same, if you’d wish to enroll your child in a Malaysian international school, above is a structured list of fee estimates of the top 10 international schools, which you would more likely pay in order for your child to be enrolled in any decent international school around Malaysia.

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