Boarding school courses

What is Boarding School?

The arrangement of a boarding school creates conditions that facilitate academic success with the help of 24/7 dedicated student welfare teams. Classes are small, giving individuals more quality time and attention. Such schools typically have libraries and media centres with significant knowledge resources as well as assistance. Boarding schools transform students into responsible individuals through lessons taught by teachers who are passionate about their subjects.

Why to Attend a Boarding School Abroad?

This will allow you to gain a better understanding and appreciation of a new culture and tradition, building you as an individual to become more adaptable in new environments. It will also help you in becoming more open-minded and better able to connect with other cultures. A boarding school will teach you to think, question, and work independently.

During your stay abroad, there will be elements in your course that will discuss and encourage the respecting of your peers, as well as respect for other views and beliefs of individuals in the wider community. You will be able to live like the locals, improve your English, and gain further life skills in a varied experience. The combination of academic and key life skills gained from this will empower the individual and enrich their future.

How it Will Help You to Build Your Career?

We believe that it is not just what is taught that makes an impact on the pupil, but also how it is taught (learnt?). Boarding schools provide a unique mix of experiences that you can use to build an extraordinary career in life.

Firstly, interacting and communicating with other people at an early age is known to be very important for one’s core personal development, and especially helpful for professional activities in the future. To serve and support individuals is a skill that boarding schools teach their pupils. Most careers require involvement in and appreciation of a wide variety of tasks. Pupils are taught that every action should have a purpose.

A boarding school would wish and require their pupils to learn from the staff, and the students to learn from each other. Planned activities will facilitate these to improve their knowledge as well as gain experience and expertise in a variety of fields. The health of a student is not neglected either; boarding schools give much importance to proper nourishment as well as rest and relaxation.

How WE Can Help You?

We are affiliated with more than 200 institutions in several countries, principally the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. We have enhanced knowledge of the institutions in these countries and 7 years of solid experience in the education sector. We have established, quality relationships with major institutions globally, allowing us to open many doors to excellent boarding school opportunities.

In light of this, we are confident we can assist you in your admission to the very best boarding schools available in any of the aforementioned countries.

How Does Boarding School Work?

A boarding school is a residential school where pupils live and study during the school years. Most boarding schools are co-educational, though there are many single-sex schools too, and there is a mix of both international and local pupils. There are ‘boarders’ who reside at the school while the ‘day pupils’ return home after the school day and live with their families. There are two types of boarding schools: independent boarding schools and state boarding schools. (brief description of each)

Courses :
  • High School / GCSE / Pre-programme
  • A-level / Extended A-level / One-year A-level
  • Advanced Level / Extended / University Foundation
  • International Baccalaureate (IB)
  • Medical Preparation / Engineering Preparation
  • Oxbridge Preparation
  • International Foundation Programme (IFP) in English
  • Law / Art / Medical / Engineering Foundation
  • Art and Design Preparation Programme
Age Range:

14-17 years


Varies across different types of courses, e.g.,

  • GCSE: 2 years
  • A-Levels: 1-2 years
  • Foundation courses: 12 – 18 months
Start Date:
  • January-February
  • May-June
  • September-October
Course Location:
  • United Kingdom
  • European Union
  • United States of America
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
Entry Requirements:

General entry requirements:

This depends on your point of entry, e.g.

  • High School / GCSE: class 8 qualifications with good marks OR
  • A-Level: complete GCSE qualifications OR
  • Foundation: class 12 qualifications or GCSE with good mark.

English entry requirements:

This differs slightly per applicant. 

However, it requires an IELTS score ranging from 4.5 band to 5.5 band.


The fees vary from £6,000 – £35,000 depending on the duration and type of course, and the institutions at which you wish to study.

Application Process Time:

2 weeks to 6 weeks depending on the institution.

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