North London Collegiate School Jeju

Korea, Republic of

Location: Korea, Republic of
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 4 - 18 years

About North London Collegiate School Jeju

Established in September 2011, North London Collegiate School Jeju in South Korea was founded in partnership with the Jeju Development Centre and provides the same academically ambitious education and outstanding range of co-curricular activities for which NLCS in the UK is well known.  

We are a selective, co-educational, boarding and day school that caters for students aged 4–18 and we are located in one of Asia’s most beautiful locations. After just seven years we have grown into a school with an outstanding reputation. We currently have 1350 students on roll and we have growing waiting lists in a number of year groups.  Last year's graduating students achieved an average IBDP score of 37, around 20% scored 40+ points and three of our students scored the maximum of 45 points.  Our alumni are now attending some of the world’s leading universities from Cambridge to Yale, from Stanford to LSE, from Oxford to Imperial, and beyond.   

We believe that working here is a unique option for teachers and we offer a highly competitive and benefits package including accommodation, flights, health insurance, tax subsidies and free places at the school for teachers’ children.

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Address: 33 Global edu-ro, 145 Beon-gil, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju, 699-931, Korea, Republic of
Telephone: +82 64 793 8001