Epsom College in Malaysia

Located in a 50-acre site at Bandar Enstek, south of Kuala Lumpur, Epsom College in Malaysia is a coeducational school which has both boarding and day school for the students. It follows the framework of the English National Curriculum and all the teaching is done in English.

The history of the school can be dated back to 1855 when it was established by Dr John Propert to educate the children of doctors with Her Majesty, The Queen as the patron. Epsom College has a successful history of educating Malaysian as well as international students. The academic excellence of the school combined with a top-class British boarding experience makes it a great choice for the parents.

International School in Negeri Sembilan

Epsom College caters to 900 students in the age group 11-18 years with the majority of the senior school in boarding. The Prep School contains an additional number of 80 students in the age group 3-11 years. The campus for Senior School has modern and environment-friendly buildings with exclusive facilities for the students in the field of arts, science, music, drama and sports.

In addition to this, the prep school has been specially designed to meet the needs and interests of the children. The playground, sandpit, garden, climbing, ball games and access to the senior campus facilities make it a great place for learning. The teaching staff of the senior school, housemasters, housemistresses, tutors and their families reside on the same campus. The school focuses on creating a family environment combined with a structured routine, fostering a feeling of belongingness in the students.

Boarding School in Malaysia

Epsom College in Malaysia’s educational programme consists of Early Years, Primary, Secondary and A-levels and it follows the framework of the English National Curriculum. The co-curricular activities include various, clubs, workshops, lectures and interactions with different academic departments. The range of activities includes different forms of dance, creative activities such as arts, developing computer games, building skills like communication and performance and many more.

The goal of the co-curricular programme is to develop confidence, resilience, fairness, integrity, humility, leadership skills, team work and tolerance. They aim at the all-round development of the individuals which goes a long way in both academic and personal growth.

  • Amphitheatre
  • Art Studio
  • Auditorium
  • Badminton Court
  • Basketball Court
  • Computer Laboratory
  • Dance Studio
  • Drama Studio
  • Football Field
  • Library
  • Music Room
  • Science Laboratory
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Court

Persiaran Kolej, 71760 Bandar Enstek, Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

  • Preschool
  • Primary
  • Middle-School
  • English National Curriculum