Malvern College Tokyo
Continuing to expand its international portfolio of schools, Malvern College has chosen Tokyo, a 'world city' with consistent population growth for its tenth overseas school. Malvern College will work in unison with the Babylon education group who already manage three other schools within the Malvern College Family, including Malvern College Chengdu, Malvern College Hong Kong and Malvern College Hong Kong Prep Schools.
Malvern College Tokyo, located in the city of Kodaira, is only a 40-minute commute from the city centre and lies in a highly academic area with more than 50 educational institutions (from elementary school to university level) being found within a 5 km radius of the school. The neighbourhood includes the renowned Hitotsubashi University, one of the top nine designated national universities in Japan, as well as Tsuda University, one of the oldest and most prestigious higher educational institutions for women in Japan.
Public Transformation to our campus
From Kokubunji Station
Bus: Take Bus #85 or #86 from the North Exit of Kokubunji Station.
Get off at Malvern College Tokyo bus stop.
The ride will take approximately 11 minutes.
Walking: It is a 25-minute walk from Kokubunji Station to the campus.
Taxi: It is an 8-minute drive from Kokubunji Station to the campus.
Walking: It is a 20-minute walk from Hitotsubashi Gakuen Station
to the Bunka Gakuen Daigaku area.
*Please note parking is prohibited on and around the campus.
Four-storey main building with basement, gymnastic stadium, classrooms, specialty rooms, library, multi-purpose sport facilities, running track and administration offices.
Malvern College UK
Founded in 1865, Malvern College is a leading co-educational boarding and day school based in Malvern, Worcestershire, UK. Together with its associated preparatory schools, The Downs Malvern and Abberley Hall, it provides a quality education for both boys and girls aged from 3 to 18 years.
Thanks to its academic rigour and its pursuit of a holistic education, Malvern College has produced renowned alumni including the author CS Lewis, Nobel Prize winners Francis Aston and James Meade, psychologist Edward Titchener, as well as famous personalities including the actor Denholm Elliot and England's current Chief Medical Officer Sir Chris Whitty.
Due to Malvern's strong position at the forefront of educational development and its shared belief of the importance of both academic and extra-curricular education, the College is one of the first UK schools to adopt the International Baccalaureate (IB). Since then, Malvern College has acquired an enviable reputation of being one of the best and most established IB schools in the country and the school comfortably beats the world average in all subject areas. The College's IB graduates regularly average over 36 points (the world average is 29.9).