Welcome to Malvern College Tokyo! We are delighted that you are considering our school for your child and excited to have the opportunity to support them in their learning journey.
Malvern College Tokyo will open its doors in September 2023, initially offering classes from Prep 1 to Foundation Year 3 from the 2023-24 academic year. Classes will extend each year to ultimately offer a full curriculum for up to 950 pupils from Prep 1 to Upper Sixth.
Malvern College Tokyo is open to all pupils within specified age guidelines and who meet our required admissions standards.
We are dedicated to building diversity within our school and welcome applications from families of all nationalities. We are also proud of our longstanding ethos and values and, in considering applications, we like to understand how our values as an institution align with those of our prospective pupils’ families. Therefore, meeting prospective parents and their child(ren) is a very important part of our application process.
Malvern Meet & Mailing List
Before applying to join our school, we invite you to find out more about us and our admissions process by joining one of our Malvern Meet. These are informative sessions for prospective parents. We also invite you to sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest information about our school and details of our upcoming events.
When to Apply
Malvern College Tokyo accepts rolling applications throughout the school year. Please see Assessment and Admission Results for details.
Priority in the Admissions Process
As part of our commitment to building a diverse and vibrant pupil population. The following groups will be given priority for assessment:
Siblings of pupils already attending Malvern College Tokyo.
Children of Old Malvernians (alumni).
Pupils transferring from another school within the Malvern College family. (These pupils must have attended the school for a minimum of two years and have strong school reports).
Children of companies under the Special Admissions Scheme for Multinational Companies.
Children who bring diversity in terms of their nationality, ethnicity, religion, age, or gender.
Children who show a genuine interest in learning and an aptitude for independent study.
Please note: all children are required to meet the school’s entrance requirements, irrespective of priority status