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Nexus International School Malaysia

Nexus International School Malaysia

No 1 Jalan Diplomatik 3/6, Presint 15, 62050 Putrajaya, Malaysia

+60 3 8889 3868


principal@nexus.edu.my

www.nexus.edu.my

Nexus International School Malaysia
School type Co-educational Day & Boarding
Founded 2008
Status Private
Principal Mr David Griffiths
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 3-18 years
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP
Diploma Coordinator Amanda O'Hara
Associations IB

Nexus International School is the Top IBDP School in Malaysia, ranked top 2% in the World and Top 50 in Asia

Nexus International Malaysia is extremely proud to be ranked as Top 2% Global IB Schools in the World and Top 50 in Asia according to Education Advisers Ltd (see IB-Schools.com), cementing its position as the Top IBDP School in Malaysia. The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is the World’s fastest growing curriculum with more than 5400 schools having adopted it to date.

Founded in 2008, Nexus International Schools offers the IBDP as a pre-university qualification for senior learners. This follows the International Early Years and International Primary Curriculum in the Primary school as well as the Middle School and IGCSE curriculum in lower secondary. The delivery of the curriculum and the philosophy of the school - The Nexus Way, offers seamless transition in style, structure and approach to the IB Diploma Programme.

What is the IB Diploma Programme?

The IB Diploma provides learners with a depth of knowledge across traditional academic subjects, alongside opportunities to reflect on their understanding of the world around them. The Diploma assesses more than exam technique and encourages the growth of independent and confident learners.

The IB Diploma provides learners with a depth of knowledge across traditional academic subjects, alongside opportunities to reflect on their understanding of the world around them and develop critical thinking skills. The Diploma assesses more than exam technique and encourages the growth of independent and confident learners.

Mr David Griffiths, Principal of Nexus, strives for learner empowerment at Nexus throughout all year levels in the school. He describes his pedagogical beliefs as fundamentally having a constructivist slant - that learning comes from relevant, real life, hands-on experiences and situations around the learner. Learners are not just expected to reel off knowledge and facts through rote learning but develop deeper understandings. With skillful teachers and facilitators of learning, the classroom as well as the environment outside of the classroom are both conducive for this type of learning.