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Dulwich College Seoul

Seoul / Korea, Republic of

Dulwich College Seoul Dulwich College Seoul offers an exemplary British-style education for expatriate students in an international setting.

Established in 2010, the College is a dynamic, high-performing, co-educational independent school catering for over 400 children aged 18 months to 16 years from 39 different countries across six continents. It is built upon the history of Dulwich College London, one of Britain's most prestigious independent schools, originated in 1619.

The College draws upon 400 years of experience in education. Dulwich College Seoul maintains close relationship with both Dulwich College London and the Dulwich Colleges in China (Shanghai, Beijing and Suzhou). Our Founder school, Dulwich College London, provides expertise, resources and a rigorous set of academic standards to which we must adhere. In addition, our close ties with our sister schools in Beijing, Shanghai, and Suzhou provide us with further access to a network of resources and experience.

The Dulwich College educational philosophy places equal emphasis on intellectual and personal development. We focus on four core areas throughout the school: academic excellence; commitment to sport; engagement with the community; and the promotion of the arts, music, and drama.

The College has selective entry criteria and currently runs a programme based on an enhanced English National Curriculum up to Year 10 (age 16).

The College motto is “Detur Pons Mundo’ or “Building Bridges to the World”.







Pupils' Art Works

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Gina Mack, 6yrs   Cupcake
Samuel Sutton, 6yrs   Cupcake
Daniel Jones, 7yrs   Mixed Media Collage
Eve Truswell, 7yrs   Mixed Media Collage
Benjamin Jones, 8yrs   Funky Sunglasses
Janie Kang, 9yrs   Indian Diya
Jonathan Halter , 9yrs   Indian Diya
Stella Lee, 10yrs   Fish
Suan Kim, 10yrs   Fish
Anotella De Santis, 11yrs   Money
Christe Park , 11yrs   Money
Brandon Bang , 12yrs   Cubist Portrait
Julie Cho, 12yrs   Cubist Portrait
Ellie Shim , 13yrs   Amazing Animals: VULPESAFFA AVELOPARDALIS/GIROXIRD
Katie Yoon, 13yrs   Amazing Animals : OSFIRD
Inju Chang , 14yrs   Plant claywork
Harry McTavish, 14yrs   Plant claywork
Jay Shim , 15yrs   Hand drawing
Peter Huh , 15yrs   Hand drawing
Felicity Greene, 8yrs   Funky Sunglasses