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Born to Stand Out: GIS A Level Scholarships

Born to Stand Out? Get a step ahead with a GIS A Level Scholarship. 

Garden International School is delighted to announce that applications for their A Level Scholarships are now open, with up to 100% off tuition fees on offer!

With nearly 70 years of heritage, GIS offers a holistic education, a strong focus on pastoral care and a reputation for academic excellence. In their Sixth Form, outstanding A Level teaching is supplemented by weekly subject electives, a summer internship programme, personalised higher education counselling and one of the broadest student leadership programmes in the country. Combined, these create the ‘GIS Diploma’ and ensure GIS graduates stand out from the crowd. Their programme is clearly working. In 2020 you can find GIS graduates in over 86 of the world’s leading universities including Imperial, Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, UCL and Penn, with a further 6 GIS students destined to join their predecessors – all receiving recent offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge universities later this year. 

Malaysian students looking to join the Year 12 intake, August 2020 are invited to apply now for their chance to join GIS’ world-leading Sixth Form programme. Applications from outstanding scholars, as well as those talented in music, creative arts and sports, are all encouraged. Aimed at giving back to the community by helping exceptional students achieve their greatest academic aspirations – no matter their background – the benefits include up to 100% off tuition fees and 20,000+ RM application fees waived. 

Ready to start your future at GIS? Here are Garden’s Top 4 Tips For Writing a Great Scholarship Application: 

  • Plan before you write! 1 idea per paragraph
  • Give examples to show your impact
  • Include all of your achievements! 
  • Research the school & explain why you fit.

Want to know more? Sign up at their webpage to receive news regarding GIS scholarships or email [email protected].

Good luck! #BornToStandOut




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