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International Dimensions 
Internationalism is a strong pillar on which the school rests. Preparing young minds for life through service, challenge, adventure and international understanding, the school offers the world to the girls in the form of Round Square Conferences, foreign educational trips and academic exchanges.


ACADEMIC EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES

The school strongly encourages active student academic exchange programmes, especially with Woodbridge School in Suffolk, London. Such programmes propel the students to share the history, culture and traditions of the country in addition to getting an exposure to the international curriculum. They also broaden personal and educational perspectives.

FOREIGN EDUCATIONAL TRIPS

Trips are an integral part of the education system today. Various foreign educational trips organized by the school to Singapore, Europe, New Zealand and France provide a real life situation to the students and leave a lasting impression on their minds as they brim with criss - cross activities . Such tours also enrich the intellectual base and the worldview.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME

In collaboration with the University of Westminster, London and the International Students House, London, students from the school are awarded free ship in tuition fee and accommodation every year.

The University of Westminster is a public research university located in central London at 309, Regent Street. It is a unique blend of metropolitan and cosmopolitan dimensions. A diverse centre for research degrees, it is one of the Britain's oldest higher education institutions and the first polytechnic in UK. It has the largest scholarship programme of its kind in UK. The University currently serves more than 20,000 students from over 150 countries. The University owns the pride of winning Times Higher Education Support for Overseas Students.

The International Students House, London accommodates 700 British and Overseas students, interns and trainees from over 100 countries. It operates as a financially self supporting charity under a board of trustees. The house admits bright scholars attending prestigious schools like UCL, Kings, SOAS, London Business School, Imperial, London School of Economics etc to name a few.

The school ties up with the University of Westminster and International Students House to provide the best of international education to its students. This exposure provides them with academic, personal and leadership growth so very important in today's world.