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The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)
Ampang Hilir
Established in 1965, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) has become known as a center of excellence in the world of international education. ISKL is a co-educational private, not-for-profit school responsible for the learning journey of over 1,600 students aged 3-18 years from over 60 countries at its state-of-the-art campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The new Ampang Hilir campus is the first school in Malaysia designed to achieve platinum Green Building Index (GBI) status and is testament to ISKL’s commitment to environmental sustainability which, along with service learning and philanthropy, underpins its values-based education.


King Henry VIII College
King Henry VIII College is a fully-fledged sister school to Christ College Brecon, and replicates its structure, values, and ethos. Christ College was founded by King Henry VIII in 1541 by Royal Charter, and is a co-educational independent day and boarding school set in the Brecon Beacons National Park, King Henry VIII College is located in the modern, global tech hub of Cyberjaya - a rapidly-developing planned township, mid-way between Kuala Lumpur City Centre and KL International Airport. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, with an estimated population of 1.7 million. KH8 aims to provide an outstanding education based on traditional values of tolerance and mutual respect, supported by sector-leading boarding and pastoral care, outstanding teaching, and a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities. The academic offer at KH8 is of British inspiration, modelled on that at Christ College, with a broad, modern subject selection. Students will sit Cambridge International IGCSE’s and AS/A levels, preparing them to go on to study at top universities world-wide.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Business
Bukit Perdana
Located in Kuala Lumpur, right in the heart of Southeast Asia, Asia School of Business (ASB) is a partnership between MIT Sloan and the Central Bank of Malaysia. This innovative program provides ASB an opportunity to develop the next generation of leaders in the rapidly growing Southeast Asian region. ASB offers a full-time, 20-month MBA program based on the rigor of MIT Sloan's curriculum, with a focus on Asia's dynamic business environment. MIT Sloan and ASB faculty teach in the program, and students take classes in both Kuala Lumpur and in Boston. The ASB curriculum is unique in its use of Action Learning as the core part of the educational process – it comprises roughly a third of the curriculum. ASB targets extraordinary and unconventional candidates and has a special admissions track for those with non-traditional backgrounds. A core curriculum taught by MIT Sloan faculty and ASB resident faculty at our campus in the heart of Kuala Lumpur Action Learning Projects So far, ASB has worked closely with 83 global companies on 155 action learning projects in 18 countries all over the world

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