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Pharmacist Sharing his Experience

At iStudy, we are delighted to share with you that our director has participated in an interview with The Education Post which provides some insights to studying abroad in the UK and work experience as a pharmacist http://www.educationpost.com.hk/zh-hk/resources/healthcare/131007-healthcare-people-interview-with-paul-chiu

New preparatory course on offer from MODUL University

COURSE DESCRIPTION MODUL University Vienna offer a preparatory course to potential students in order to prepare them to enter the Bachelor in Business Administration in Tourism and Hospitality Management. Students will have achieved the level of proficiency in intermediate English and mathematics (Bachelor English proficiency: IELTS: min. 5.5; TOEFL IBT: min. 87; Cambridge exam: min. FCE) according to the university´s regulations by the end of the preparatory year. In addition to Mathematics & Statistics […]

Our new advertisements

These printed advertisements are part of our new marketing campaign. Our aim with these new advertisements is primarily to attract our audiences to focus and then read to find out the content of the advertisement. It aims to move away from traditional advertisements in the industry and hoping the reader can give it some thought in deceiphering the message behind the artwork and relating this to iStudy International Limited

Significant rise in ranking for University of Northampton

We are both pleased and proud to announce that the University of Northampton has risen significantly in the 2014 Complete University Guide. The university now sits at number 62, making it the highest-rising university in the country and highest riser of any university in the last five years. Please refer this link- http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings.

Tully Kearney off to Canada

Royal School Student Tully Kearney has qualified for the IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal, Canada, on 12- 18 August, 2013, joining the 32-strong British Gas Great Britain Disability Swimming Team. The Team was announced recently following the 2013 British International Disability Swim Championships held at the end of April in Sheffield. At the Sheffield meet, Tully broke the British Record twice in the 100 Back […]
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    Major Change in League Table Results for Royal Wolverhampton School

Major Change in League Table Results for Royal Wolverhampton School

The Department for Education has corrected an error made in the League Tables announced earlier this year.  As a result, there is a significant change in the League Table Results for The Royal School Wolverhampton. The Royal has moved up the League Tables for GCSE results to rank as the top boarding school in the wider, commuter area, second co-educational school, and third school overall in the city of Wolverhampton. When [...]

Royal Swimmers excel at the British Open

Five swimmers from The Royal School Swimming squad competed at the first British Open swimming meet held earlier in March.  The Competition was full of top class international swimmers which included 2012 Olympic gold medallists Ronomi Kromowidjojo, and Ruta Meilutyte, so to stand out from the crowd our swimmers had to perform very well. The Royal’s freestyle queen Alice Dearing certainly showed her class and the determination to follow [...]

Children’s Books author visits The Royal School

Cassandra Martin, author of a series of children’s bible stories designed for first readers, visited The Royal School in Wolverhampton this week to read two of her books to The Young Royals. Students of the Nursery section heard the first two of her books: The Mystery of the Missing Spots which was published in October, 2012, and The Mystery of the Empty Tomb, her latest book.  The next book [...]