Applications for the esteemed Y2023/25 AISL Harrow Scholarships are currently being accepted. Applicants may be students from any country who are about to pursue their A-Level education but have not yet joined the AISL Harrow Schools family. At one of the selected AISL Harrow Schools, scholarship recipients will have access to top-notch educational resources and the “Educational Excellence for Life and Leadership” programme.
Beyond academic success, a Harrow-branded education goes beyond. Students at AISL Harrow are encouraged to develop their leadership skills under the guidance of the school’s enduring principles. The 450-year history of Harrow School in the UK serves as the foundation for AISL Harrow Schools, which cultivate tomorrow’s leaders who are respectful, accountable, forward-thinking, and responsible. The Asia International School Limited (AISL) Education Group’s most generous scholarship programme is the AISL Harrow Scholarships Programme. The Scholarships have received submissions from approximately 1,000 deserving applicants from about 100 different countries over the past two years. Candidates may select their chosen AISL Harrow School in the third year among those in Bangkok, Beijing, Haikou, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. There will be 12 scholarships given out for the two-year A-Level curriculum. Students at AISL Harrow routinely attain outstanding academic scores every year. More than 1,000 conditional offers from the best colleges in the world were made in 2022. Over 300 of those came from Top-50 universities worldwide, with over 20 coming from Oxbridge and Ivy League schools like Harvard University. The cohort has additionally received more than 100 offers from the G5 and more than 460 offers from the Russell Group in the UK.
Applicants can submit their application from now until 9 December 2022. Shortlisted applicants will be required to take the A-Level assessment test between 9 and 26 January 2023 and be interviewed online between 30 January and 23 February 2023. The results will be announced on 31 March 2023.