Best Schools February 1, 2019

The Best British Schools in Africa

British Schools are very popular in Africa. Discover our selection of The Best British Schools in Africa.
Why choose the British Curriculum?

British education has achieved a strong reputation for quality, and it is respected and highly recognized all over the world. The National Curriculum of England – also commonly referred to as the “UK Curriculum” or “British Curriculum” is the first choice for many families.The British curriculum has a very structured program and one of the biggest benefits it offers to students is that it allows them to move seamlessly from country to country or back to the UK while receiving a world-class education and qualifications that are recognized and highly valued by universities around the world.

How is it to Study in Africa?
Africa is a continent bosting cultural diversity, traditions, and arts which attract visitors and expats from all over the world. The continent provides professional opportunities to expatriates whose skills and diplomas are highly valued and sought-after, especially in the petroleum and construction sectors. Once in Africa, expat families have the opportunity to enroll their children in international schools where they can get a high-quality education in smaller classes and top-notch facilities. These schools provide expat children globally recognized programs and curricula (International Baccalaureate, the US or the British curriculum) in a perfect studying environment. Check the following list and find the Best Schools in Africa!

The Best British Schools in Africa

Cairo English School

Cairo English School

CES is a member of Esol Education, formerly known as Educational Services Overseas Limited (ESOL). Housed in a big campus in New Cairo, with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, running track, ...
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Pembroke House

Pembroke House

Pembroke House is one of Kenya’s leading British Curriculum co-educational Preparatory Schools.We offer a first-rate educational experience for children aged 2 to 13 in 155 acres of the stunning Kenyan ...
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Brookhouse Schools

Brookhouse Schools

Nairobi
Brookhouse is a co-educational day and boarding school for children aged 2 – 19, offering an adapted form of the British National Curriculum to Kenyan and international pupils. The pursuit ...
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El Alsson British and American International School

El Alsson British and American International School

Giza
El Alsson British and American International School was established in 1982, The school offers a British section from Foundation Stage 1 (3 year olds) to GCSE with a Sixth Form ...
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New Cairo British International School

New Cairo British International School

While undoubtedly Cairo possesses many fine International Schools, NCBIS in New Cairo, is unique in its ethos and internationalism. As a ñnot for profit organisationî, 100% of the fees are ...
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Bishop Mackenzie International School

Bishop Mackenzie International School

Lilongwe
The Bishop Mackenzie International Schools (BMIS) is an international, coeducational day school, which offers an educational program from Reception (kindergarten) through Year 13 (grade 12) for pupils of all nationalities ...
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Rainbow International School

Rainbow International School

Kampala
Opened in 1991, Rainbow International School Uganda has grown on to become a school of over 800 students, offering a full English curriculum at all five key stages from Foundation ...
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