Welcome to the DCIS Sixth Form!
After 45 years of respected preparatory education and excellent iGCSE results, DCIS is proud to offer three pathways in our Sixth Form Programme (Year 12 and Year 13) which prepare our students for progression to the next step in their education.
Pathway 1: DCIS International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
Pathway 2: IB Courses
Pathway 3: Department of Supportive Education (DSE)
At DCIS, we have chosen the IB Diploma Programme because it offers an academically and personally challenging experience which also rewards dedication and hard work. It is a course of study that is widely recognised by university and college admissions departments as a rigorous and demanding education programme that prepares students very well for studying at degree level. Due to the international acceptance of the course, it is highly appropriate for most students no matter in which country or institution the student is interested in continuing their education.
DCIS students can look forward to a supportive, dynamic and demanding Sixth Form experience with the added benefit of many years IBDP experience from the Nord Anglia Education global family of schools. Read the Nord Anglia Education Academic Profile here.
Learn more about our new Sixth Form in the following:
Outstanding Scholarship Opportunity for Select Students
We are making an exceptional offer for select students to receive partial scholarships for the inaugural International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) at Dover Court International School (DCIS).
DCIS offers the IB Diploma Programme and is an authorised IB World School. The IB Diploma is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education with final examinations that prepare students, aged 16 to 19, for success at university and life beyond. The programme is recognised by over 2,000 of the world’s leading universities.
As DCIS is part of Nord Anglia Education (NAE), a leading premium schools organisation, it is one of over 45 international schools worldwide. The majority of NAE schools offer the IBDP and achieve an average score in the IBDP of 33.5 points, significantly ahead of the 2017 global average of 30 points. 12% of NAE students achieved 40 points and above, and one in three NAE graduates go on to attend one of the world's top 100 universities, as ranked by QS World University Rankings.
Nord Anglia Education also provides unique opportunities which benefit our students and community, including the Global Campus (with expeditions to Tanzania and Switzerland), Nord Anglia University and NAE collaborations with The Juilliard School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
We are delighted to offer a limited number of partial scholarships for outstanding students to complete the highly prestigious IB Diploma Programme in the academic period from August 2018 to May 2020.
- Strong academic ability and scholastic potential
- Excellent academic proficiency in English
- Strength in one or more areas of Humanities, Mathematics, Science, Language Acquisition, Sports, the Arts or Technology
- Readiness to undertake service learning contributing to the school and local community
Details of Scholarships
Successful partial scholarship recipients will have their application and enrolment fees waived and receive up to 50% reduction of the Year 12 and 13 tuition fees for the length of the scholarship.
How To Apply
Students who wish to apply for a DCIS IBDP Scholarship for 2018-2020 are requested to submit the following documents by 28th February 2018.
- A letter of application written by the student detailing:
- Why he/she is applying for a scholarship at DCIS for the IBDP
- A description of his/her strengths
- Why he/she think he/she should be chosen
- What he/she can contribute to DCIS
- How he/she demonstrates attributes of the IB Learner Profile
- Completed DCIS Application Form with all supporting documentation as detailed on the DCIS Application Process.
- Completed DCIS IBDP Application Form.
- Written references from two people, at least two who have worked with the student and can attest to his/her ability in the following areas:
- Academic ability within the school curriculum
- Involvement in other aspects of school life
- The student’s independence, responsibility, perseverance and approach to learning
- Characteristics of the student that define them as a model student
- Details of two referees who may be contacted for information about the student’s suitability for a scholarship. These may be the same people outlined above.
- A letter from the student’s parents outlining how they can support the student should they be successful in gaining a scholarship to attend DCIS.
- Any other documentation that may support the student’s application.
A scholarship committee will review applications, short-list candidates, conduct interviews and assessments, and select students for conditional approval by the Principal at a later date when successful students and parents will be required to sign a Partial Scholarship Agreement (subject to CPE approval of the course).
Assistance with the application process and further information regarding the scholarships can be obtained by contacting the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be completed and submitted with all the required supporting documents addressed to:
Director of Admissions
Dover Court International School, 301 Dover Road, Singapore 139644
Application closes on 28th February 2018. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.
For further information:
Tel: +65 6775 7664
DCIS offers an authorised IB Diploma Programme and is now an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Dover Court International School believes is important for our students.
For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit http://www.ibo.org.