There are more than 100 international schools in Malaysia, majority of them offering the British curriculum and International Baccalaureate (IB) programme. Parents can choose from different budget and curriculum preference.
Malaysia are typically divided into 6 tiers depending on their fees, with Tier 1 being the most expensive, and Tier 6 being the most affordable ones. Below is an approximation of how much a school in each tier would usually charge parents per annum:
Tier 1 range between RM 80-100,000
Tier 2 range between RM 60-80,000
Tier 3 range between RM 40-50,000
Tier 4 range between RM 30-40,000
Tier 5 range between RM 20-30,000
Tier 6 are below RM 20,000
The following are three affordable international schools in the Klang Valley area in Malaysia, where their annual tuition fees the tier 5 range.
Global Indian International School (GIIS) – Kuala Lumpur
The school adopts the Global Montessori Plus (GMP) Programme which is available for students at the pre-primary level. Then, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is offered to students in classes 9 to 12. At GIIS, the IGCSE program is also offered from classes 1 to 12. The tuition fees range from RM 12,756 to RM 22,728.
More more information, please visit Global Indian International School (GIIS) Kuala Lumpur website
ALNOOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL – KUALA LUMPUR
The school is a accredited Cambridge Examination Centre and it is following IGCSE syllabus for primary and secondary years. Meanwhile, Arabic is offered to primary and lower secondary students as a subject. The tuition fees start from RM 10,056 to RM 19,500 per year.
More more information, please visit Alnoor International Schools (AIS-KL) website
INSPIROS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL – SELANGOR
The school offer quality British international education leading to the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) for students ages between 3 to 19 (from preschool up to A-Levels). The fees range from RM 10,000 to RM 19,000.
More more information, please visit Inspiros International School website
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