British international schools in China
Updated: 2015-10-20 05:00
Dulwich College Beijing
One of the UK's oldest independent schools, Dulwich College was founded in South London as a boys' school in 1619. Now, Dulwich College International has been established around the world to offer students an authentic British-style education. Dulwich College Beijing opened in 2005 and is recognized as a leading international school in Beijing. Currently, the school has around 1,450 students from over 40 countries, aged between 12 months to 18 years, studying on two campuses in Beijing. The tuition fees range from 74,000 – 242,000 yuan ($11,600 – 38,000) per year. Find out more via the school's website, www.dulwich-beijing.cn.
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