We understand that living in a foreign country while undergoing an ambitious academic programme can be a struggle. To support our high achievers, there is a comprehensive welfare system in place. Each student is assigned a mentor and a progress tutor to counsel them throughout their school experience, and they have monthly one-to-one meetings to ensure their wellbeing.
Our Student Services team is available for a chat at any time and prepared to offer logistical support (such as booking doctor’s appointments, taxis, flights, hotels etc.) to ensure our students feel safe and at home both in the college and the country. The Principal, the Student Services Manager, Extracurricular Manager, Chief Education Officer, and Progress Tutor Manager are all available to speak to any student seeking help.
We foster an informal, friendly environment and mentor-mentee relationships between our students and staff, which encourages students to speak up if they need any support – be it academic or personal.
Where the support needed is of a more sensitive and personal nature, a student may prefer to speak to the one of the Safeguarding Team who will be pleased to offer whatever help they can. An appointment may be arranged at any time, and in a situation demanding more immediate support and advice, is given priority. In certain circumstances, we may enlist the help of an independent counsellor. Such meetings are entirely confidential.