Private school spreads empire

22nd October 2004 at 01:00
One of the country's top private schools is to open its fourth campus in the Far East. Dulwich college, London, which charges fees of up to Pounds 21,630-a-year, already has a school in Phuket, Thailand, and a second in Shanghai is due to open today. Now it has been revealed that Dulwich is to adopt another, existing, school in Beijing and plans to open a fourth new school in Suzhou, near Shanghai, next year.

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