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Epsom College in Malaysia’s Students Are Heading to Cambridge, Stanford, LSE, Imperial and Tokyo University.

Epsom College in Malaysia Year 13 pupils have achieved a record number of offers from the best universities in the world. These...
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Students Receive Prestigious University Offers, such as Cambridge, Kings, UCL and Warwick.

Once again this year, Epsom College in Malaysia’s students have secured offers to study at some of the world’s leading universities and...
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2019 Examination Results and University Applications

We are delighted with the performance of our most recent graduates in their A-level results, with 43% achieving A*-A grades and 65%...
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How Do Traditional Boarding Schools Relate To ‘Gen Z’ And Future Generations?

By Ian Squires (Housemaster, Propert House) For any Physical Education pupil at A-level, avid fan of ‘Tom Brown’s School Days’ (a 1857...
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Higher Education Matters

By Kate Carden-Brown, Head of Higher Education and Careers The application process to Higher Education is complicated and can become a source...
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Project-Based Learning In ECiM’s Prep School

By Stephen McElhinney, Head of Prep School  At the Prep School in Epsom College, our vision is firmly founded upon catering to...
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To sleep, Or Not To Sleep? That Is The Question.

By Ian Squires, Housemaster (Propert House) A great boarding school life should be busy. A range of experiences and full involvement are...
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The Significance Of Mandarin As The Next Global Language?

By Kate Carden-Brown (Head of Higher Education and Careers) Although English has traditionally been seen as the global language, ever increasing numbers...
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Why Is Key Stage 4 The Most Critical Stage Of Secondary Education?

By Kate Carden-Brown (Head of Higher Education and Careers) At Key Stage 4, things start to really matter. At the end of...