Dulwich College Yangon

Co-Education (2-15)
Day School
+95 9 966 423015
Dulwich College Yangon, Pun Hlaing campus, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)
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Year of Foundation 2016
Enrollment Phase / Grades Toddler – Year 9
Boarding Day School
Number of students 300
Teacher Student Ratio -
Accreditations -
Headmaster Daryl Orchard
Yearly Tuition Fee (Min) USD 8'000
Yearly Tuition Fee (Max) USD 27'000


Dulwich College Yangon provides a modern British independent school education. The first school in Myanmar to have a direct link to a British independent school, the prestigious Dulwich College in London, Dulwich College Yangon draws on over 400 years of experience in education.

Spread over two campuses, Pun Hlaing and Star City, Dulwich College Yangon is accepting applications from children aged 2 -14 years for both campuses. The Pun Hlaing campus sits on the beautiful Pun Hlaing Estate to the West of the city, and the Star City campus lies to the South-East on the Star City residential development in Thanlyin township. The College will continue to grow each year until accommodating students up to Year 13 (17 years old).

Shared facilities across both campuses include a 350-seat black box theatre, science laboratories, art and design studios, libraries, gymnasia, 25m and 50m swimming pools, and sports fields. As the campuses develop the College intends to introduce additional facilities including a 500-seat performing arts theatre, additional sports facilities and specialist learning areas across both campuses.

Dulwich College Yangon joins a network of six Colleges across Asia in Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Seoul and Singapore, as well as two Dulwich International High Schools in Suzhou and Zhuhai. The College believes in a simple shared ethos: ‘Our students come first. We believe in inspiring the children of today to become confident global citizens who have the courage and integrity to seize life’s opportunities.’



British Curriculum

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Foreign languages

Mandarin, Myanmar, French



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Over 35 Co-Curricular activities are offered throughout the College and range from ballet to rugby, art, Chinese history, cooking, kendo, fencing or choir. Activities change each term and a run by our faculty or external practitioners. Students have the opportunity to get involved in community work including supporting nearby local schools and working with our charity organisation, Magic Bus Myanmar.
School trips
Community service
Performing arts

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