Nord Anglia Education is the world's leading premium schools organisation. Supported by a team of experts and inspiring teachers, it now provides a premium education to more than 39,000 students in 17 countries around the globe. Our schools educate students from pre-school to the end of secondary education. Our network of over 46 international schools stretches from North America to Europe to the Middle East and Asia. We combine trusted curricula with contemporary thinking and a global approach to learning.
A Truly International Education
Nord Anglia Education offers a true "international school" experience. Your child will be encouraged to develop confidence in social situations, an understanding and respect for a range of global cultures, and the confidence to behave with character and embrace opportunities anywhere in the world.
Your child will collaborate and compete with students of other Nord Anglia Education schools worldwide through the Global Campus initiative, which is made up of online interactions, visits and trips. They will also be encouraged to play a role in the local Swiss community through excursions and activities.
Nord Anglia University encourages our teaching staff to work with their international contemporaries, learning from each other and from a network of global experts.
Nord Anglia Education Academic success
- 1 in 3 of our students have been offered and accepted places at the world's top 100 universities, as ranked by QS World University Rankings.
- In 2016, our student's average score in the IB Diploma was 34.0, significantly ahead of the global 30.1 points.
- 15% of our IB Diploma students scored 40 or above. This is the level of attainment required to gain admission to the world's elite universities, such as Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard and Stanford.
Welcome message from Andrew Fitzmaurice, CEO of Nord Anglia Education.
It's the start of a new academic year and, while you have been away on summer holiday, many of our students and teachers have been keeping busy.
In July, Nord Anglia Education students from around the world presented to the President of the UN General Assembly and high-level government representatives at the United Nations in New York City. A number of our teachers also had an opportunity to visit The Juilliard School, MIT and King’s College London for our unique professional development programmes. This is part of our ongoing commitment to invest in our teachers so that our students can continue to learn from the best.
This year, we have many new and exciting opportunities to look forward to, so I would like to wish our students and staff all the best for the 2017-2018 academic year.