How to Apply to Dulwich College (Singapore)
Dulwich College (Singapore) opened its state-of-the-art campus in August 2014 and has established a strong reputation in the city. We are a co-educational day school, currently catering for students aged 2 to 18 in classes from Toddler to Year 13. We offer the IB Diploma Programme to students in Years 12 and 13.
Our College is academically selective and follows an enhanced British curriculum adapted for the needs of our international student body. Students follow the IGSCE curriculum in Years 9, 10 and 11 and students follow the IB Diploma Programme in Year 12 and 13. Continuing the tradition of excellence started by the founding school, Dulwich College International graduates go on to study at leading universities in the UK, USA and around the world.
Our holistic education founded on scholarship is complemented by rewarding co-curricular programmes. Our students are encouraged to participate in sporting competition and every child from the age of seven is taught a musical instrument. Drama and opportunities for public speaking feature heavily from an early age.
We offer a dual language programme in English and Mandarin for students from two to seven years of age and daily Mandarin classes, streamed according to ability from the age of four. Additional modern foreign languages are offered in our Senior School. The close collaboration among our Colleges gives our students unique opportunities to participate in network events and benefit from the group's relationships with leading educational and artistic organisations.
To apply please review the admissions criteria and policies and complete the online application form with all required documentation, and the application fee.
We accept applications throughout the year. Students wishing to enrol into the College must hold a foreign passport. Singaporean citizens should review our admissions policy in order to establish whether their child will be eligible for admission to the College.
We enrol students who are likely to thrive in the College’s academic programme. Admissions are selective and the decision is based on official school transcripts, records, testing and other evaluative procedures. We will explain all procedures to the parents of prospective students ahead of time.
We do not offer an additional curriculum to those with special learning needs. However, our team of learning support and EAL specialists may be able to provide support to students who find aspects of the curriculum challenging. Please refer to our language support policy and learning support policy for further information.
To find out which year to apply for, please refer to our age placement guide. Please see below for the class ratio in each group.
Please review our admissions policy and additional documentation below for more information.
Below are our school fees for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Please note that the College will only accept the payment of tuition fees after the student contract has been signed.
The cost of school lunches is not included in our tuition fees. Our school lunches are catered by Sodexo.
You can also download the full fee schedule at the useful documents section at the bottom of the webpage.
The Application Fee is strictly non-refundable and non-transferable except in the following circumstances:
1. Dulwich College(Singapore) is unable to offer a place to a student applicant due to denial of student pass or approval by the relevant Singapore authorities
2. Dulwich College(Singapore) is unable to offer a place to a student applicant due to waitlist of relevant year level and the student applicant elects not to be placed on the waitlist.
3. Student applicant elects to withdraw from the waitlist before Dulwich College(Singapore) makes a secure offer to the student applicant.
4. Student applicant does not meet eligibility criteria for enrolment at Dulwich College(Singapore)
The Application Fee will be refunded in full (minus Administrative Fee of S$500) in the event a student applicant cannot be accepted at Dulwich College(Singapore) for the reasons set out in 1) to 4) as determined by Dulwich College(Singapore) in its sole discretion.
Please ensure that cheques are crossed and made payable to ‘Dulwich College (Singapore) Pte Ltd’. The eldest student's name and ID/Passport number should be clearly written on the back of the cheque, family name first, followed by given name. Please note that we do not accept cheques in foreign currency or post-dated cheques. Receipts will be issued via email upon cheque clearance.
The eldest student's name and ID/Passport number must be referenced on the transfer, family name first, followed by given name. Please also ensure that you email us your payment advice to email@example.com. Receipts will be issued via email upon receiving the transfer. Please note that any bank charges, including those in a foreign country, are to be borne by the remitter. Any difference between the amount received and the amount due will be debited/credited against tuition fees invoices.
• Account Name: Dulwich College (Singapore) Pte Ltd
• Bank Name: Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore) Ltd
• Branch: Main Branch
• Bank Address: 6 Battery Road, Singapore 049909
• Bank Account No: 0106836226
• Bank Code: 9496 (prior-to 2015 GIRO system only)
• Swift Code: SCBLSG22XXX
Cash payments can be made in person at our Bukit Batok address. Receipts will be issued immediately.
Payment made via NETS/Credit/Debit Card can only be made via the finance counter in College, located at Junior School, level 2. We accept Visa, MasterCard, JCB and UnionPay credit cards for payments.
Please note that all credit card transactions are subject to a non-refundable convenience fee of 3%.
- Download Prospectus
- Admissions Policy
- Terms and Conditions
- Age Placement Guide
- Sample Contract
- Withdrawal and Transfer Policy
- Refund Policy
- 2020/2021 Tuition Fees
- Fee Protection Scheme
- Fee Protection Certificate
- Data Protection Policy
- DCSG Transport Policy
- Relevant Singapore Laws
- Student Selection Policy
- DCSG Admissions Procedures
- DUCKS Parent Handbook
- Junior School Parent Handbook
- Senior School Parent Handbook