Cheltenham College is to open its doors in Malaysia with a partner school opening in the capital

Cheltenham College International will have a partner school in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The College’s third international sister, the co-ed day school for boys and girls aged 4-18 opens this September and will deliver qualifications based on IGCSE and A level. The school is owned by the Malaysian company Edumaax – founded by Old Cheltonian Tunku Dato’ Yaacob Khyra, Executive Chairman of MAA Group Bhd. The organisation has a legacy of operating highly successful schools and colleges in Malaysia.

Cheltenham College has links with Malaysia going back over 50 years; and Kuala Lumpur is a city that combines diverse and ancient cultures, modern technology and excellent education. Commenting on the announcement, Cheltenham College Head Nicola Huggett said: “We are looking forward to working alongside staff in KL to develop the highest quality education and pastoral care for their pupils”.

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