Academic structure of our campuses

By August 2017 our Pun Hlaing campus will consists of our DUCKS (Early Years) school from Toddler to Year 2 (aged 2-7), Junior School for Years 3-5 (aged 7-10) and our Middle School for Years 6-8 (aged 10-13). The structure of the Middle School will support both the academic and pastoral needs of our students, allowing the Year 6 children to receive extra specialist teaching in this important transition year. On leaving Year 8, the Pun Hlaing students are automatically guaranteed a place in Year 9 at our Star City campus.

The Star City campus will consist of our DUCKS (Early Years) school from Toddler to Year 2 (aged 2-7), Junior School for Years 3-6 (aged 7-11) and our Senior School for Years 7-13. Whilst remaining a part of the Junior School to maximise age-appropriate levels of pastoral care, the Year 6 students will start to receive extra specialist teaching in this important transition year to the Senior School age phase.

Regardless of the location, our students receive the same level, range and quality of educational provision, with our joint staffs working closely together to ensure continuity and progression across our two campuses.

  • Pun Hlaing Campus
  • Golf Estate Avenue Hlaing Tharyar Township, 11401 Yangon
  • T +95 (0)1 687701/+95 (0)1 687702
  • Star City Campus Admissions Office
  • Units 52-56 and 64-68, Ground Floor, Block A3 Star City,
  • Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Road Thanlyin Township, 11291 Yangon
  • T +95 (0) 9966 423015

Our Heritage

Dulwich College is one of the UK's oldest independent schools, founded in South London as a boys’ school in 1619.

Our Facilities

The College campus is an expression of our learning philosophy. We offer an educational environment designed to nurture the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of our students.

Our Approach to Learning

Our approach to learning nurtures confidence and intellectual curiosity in our students, preparing them for success in further education and life beyond.

Language Learning

At the College, language learning goes beyond speaking, listening, reading and writing to involve workshops and activities that immerse students in the richness of the culture.

Contact us with questions

If you have any questions about applying to Dulwich College Yangon, please refer to our frequently asked questions page or contact a member of our admissions team.

Work with us

Dulwich College Yangon employs a varied workforce that includes not only inspirational teachers but administrative staff, maintenance personnel, community relations and IT staff - all of whom support the education of our students.

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