Admissions

Admissions Introduction

Located in the main administration building at the heart of the College lies the Admissions department which looks after every aspect of the admissions process at all age groups.

Whether it is the arrangement of visits, registrations, assessment days, or simply a question about day-to-day life at Marlborough College Malaysia, the Admissions department is the first port of call for all prospective parents.

Hopefully, you will find the answers to all of your admission questions within these pages but, if not, the staff in the Admissions department would be delighted to help you.

The Admissions Team

Director of Admissions: Mrs Sally Smart
Admissions OfficerMrs Maria Harkins
Admissions OfficerMiss Azreen Ariffin
Admissions OfficerMrs Wendy Vaughan
Admissions Assistant: Miss Wan Joo Yin

Tel: + 60 7 560 2200
Email: [email protected]

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Admissions Aims

The aim of our Admissions Procedures is to ensure that pupils who join the College are able to be happy, successful and secure within our academic, cultural and pastoral environment.

We are an academically selective Boarding and Day Prep and Senior School but we do not believe in selection upon academic criteria alone. We recognise the central value of Art, Drama, Music, Service and Sport and look to encourage enthusiasm for these fields. We look for pupils who are prepared to make the most of the opportunities on offer at Marlborough.

Our co-educational boarding nature offers wonderful opportunities to young people but also makes certain demands: readiness to live as a boarder within a tight-knit community is key to prospects of success. Our Day pupils are also immersed in a rich variety of co-curricular activities.

We do not discriminate on grounds of race or faith: those looking to join Marlborough College must, however, be comfortable with our Anglican foundation and character.

We seek to operate our Admissions Procedures fairly and sensitively. We value historic and family connections with the College but are also keen to foster new associations and links.

Pupils and their parents must be prepared to work with us for the good of the school community. They should understand our rules and aspirations and be prepared to work together in order to follow and achieve them.

If you would like to receive our Prospectus, please complete the Prospectus Request Form noting that registration for entry may be made no earlier than three years before the term of entry.

We hope you will want to visit us either on an Open Day or by individual appointment.