The British International School of KL

The British International School of Kuala Lumpur

Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Essential Information
Preschool/Kindergarten Primary Schools Secondary Schools Pre-University
Cambridge IGCSE British A Levels
Edexcel and AQA
Nursery to Sixth Form (Age 2 to 18)
August to July
Mon - Thurs: 7:45am - 3:30pm; Friday: 7:45am - 2pm

About The British International School of Kuala Lumpur

The British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) is one of the leading international schools in Kuala Lumpur offering contemporary British international education to students from Pre-Nursery through to Sixth Form (ages 2-18). Since opening in 2009, BSKL has become the school of choice for expatriate and Malaysian parents looking to provide their children with the highest levels of education.


The school is now part of Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium schools organisation. We are a family of 78 premium schools in 31 countries around the world.


BSKL has been graded as excellent in all areas of educational provision by the Independent Schools Inspectorate and was one of the first schools in Asia to receive the COBIS Patron’s Accreditation. Our recent academic results are comparable to that of top UK independent schools and unprecedented in Malaysia, with 82% of last year's (I)GCSE students achieving A*- A.


Preschool Education

Monday – Thursday: 7:45am – 3:15pm; Friday: 7:45am – 2:00pm

Early Years Foundation Stage

Pre-University Education

A Level

The British International School of Kuala Lumpur Fees Structure

RM49,250 - RM59,250







Lunch Fee, Resource Fee, EAL/SEND (If applicable), Bus Service, Public Exams Fee

Additional Programmes

ESL/ESOL Programmes: Available

Student Support Services: Available

Languages Taught

Bahasa Malaysia


Air-conditioned classrooms
Swimming pool
Sports field
IT resource center
Science laboratory
Audio/visual room
Theatre facilities
Art room
Music room
Climbing wall

Extracurricular Activities

BSKL views after school activities and enrichment as an integral part of a child's education, and to that end offers a wide range of clubs that aim to introduce potential hobbies, develop particular sports, provide language learning or IT support and inspire an interest in areas that perhaps they would not be exposed to through the normal curriculum.


Enrichment activities are compulsory for every child at the school. Parents are asked to choose only one club per term, usually representing a balance between active/sport and more intellectually inspiring programmes. Every student is required to stick to any given club for at least a term, reinforcing the idea that any commitment to learning must be followed through.