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Our very own Northbridge Teacher chosen for prestigious King's College London Master's Programme.

14 September 2016

NISC is proud to announce that one member of our teaching staff has been chosen for the innovative Executive Master's in International Education.  This is an innovative, part-time programme designed specifically for teachers working in international schools worldwide and is an exclusive programme only available for those working at Nord Anglia Education.  Ms. Deepika was 1 out of 50 candidates that were chosen for this programme.

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Our school Principal comments"This is an incredible opportunity for Deepika and fellow Nord Anglia colleagues around the world. This new partnership with Kings College is a clear demonstration of our commitment to learning and continued professional development. I am so happy for Deepika and wish her every success as she undertakes her studies".

Over 100 teaching professionals in Nord Anglia schools applied for the Executive Master’s programme. Developed by King's College London in association with Nord Anglia Education, the two year, part-time Executive Master's programme will start in September 2016. The programme, which is fully funded by Nord Anglia Education, will focus on developing participants' understanding of effective school leadership in an international education environment.

Taught through online and face-to-face sessions, including residential elements, the programme also features a research project through which participants will address a current education issue in their own, or another, school. Successful completion of the programme will result in the award of an Executive Master's in International Education from King's College London.

“As you know we are as ambitious for our people as we are for our students. We are committed to supporting our teachers’ professional development and career aspirations because this will ensure that our students learn from the best. This fantastic opportunity is exclusively available to those working in our schools. We hope it will build on their experience, develop their leadership skills and prepare them for unique opportunities while working in a leading education environment brings,” said Andrew Fitzmaurice, CEO of Nord Anglia Education.

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As a Nord Anglia Education school, Northbridge International School has the opportunity to collaborate with world-leading organisations to offer unique opportunities to our teachers and students. We collaborate with world leading educators, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and The Juilliard School to provide our teachers and students with resources that are in the forefront of educational thinking.

About King’s College London

King's College London is one of the top 20 universities in the world (2015/16 QS World University Rankings) and among the oldest in England. King's has more than 26,500 students (of whom nearly 10,400 are graduate students) from some 150 countries worldwide, and nearly 6,900 staff