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North London Collegiate School Jeju

North London Collegiate School Jeju

33, Global edu-ro 145beon-gil, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, 63644, Republic of Korea

+82 64 793 8001



North London Collegiate School Jeju
School type Co-educational Day & Boarding
Founded 2011
Status Private
Principal Ms Lynne Oldfield
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 4-18 years
Number of pupils 1,476
Day: KRW 31,808,331 - 44,584,739
Boarding: KRW 13,315,000 - 15,786,000
Teacher/Pupil ratio 1:7
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP
Diploma Coordinator Ms Justine Oliver
Associations IBO, CIS, FOBISIA, BSA

North London Collegiate School Jeju, is internationally recognised as a school which provides an exceptional education. Our students consistently excel in every area. They leave us with outstanding qualifications, but also become articulate and independent young people who possess the confidence, intellectual curiosity, and passion for learning and understanding that will endure for life.

In tandem with our mission to develop academic excellence, we are also dedicated to supporting the development of the whole person. Our programme is designed to inspire confidence, individuality and develop self-esteem. Modelled on our mother school in London, we are a positive and energetic community where both boarders and day students are encouraged to take advantage of the exceptional range of opportunities open to them; academic, sporting and cultural.

International Outlook

NLCS students are internationally minded and well informed about the world beyond school. The IB Diploma resonates with the values of NLCS, and its international dimension affords students the opportunity to be part of a programme which is recognised throughout the world.Academic Excellence

We have offered the IB programme since 2011 and have had a consistent record of success. 115 Diploma candidates in the Class of 2021 achieved an average of 39 points, with 58 achieving 40 points or higher, including a maximum 45. 82% of entries were awarded 7/6.

Looking to the future

The Class of 2021 showed another outstanding performance. This is the second consecutive year that NLCS Jeju IBDP candidates passed the Diploma with an average score of 39 points and now they begin their studies at many of the world's top universities. Offers and acceptances include places at Cambridge, Imperial, King's, UCL and LSE in the UK as well as Cornell, Stanford, Chicago, UC Berkeley, Duke and Carnegie Mellon in the US. Other destinations around the world are Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and South Korea. The IB Diploma programme offered at NLCS Jeju ensures that students enjoy an exciting and academically stimulating Sixth Form experience, providing them with an excellent preparation for life at university and in the wider world beyond.