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International schools expand, improve facilities to woo students

Despite slowing expatriate numbers, international schools in Singapore continue to expand and upgrade

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Chatsworth International School and artist's impression of the forum in the German European School Singapore's (GESS) new campus in Dairy Farm (above). GESS occupies two locations at Bukit Tinggi and Jurong Kechil. Chatsworth, which has branches at Orchard and Jalan Tembusu, will occupy the Bukit Tinggi site vacated by the GESS in 2018.

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Chatsworth International School (above) and artist's impression of the forum in the German European School Singapore's (GESS) new campus in Dairy Farm (right). GESS occupies two locations at Bukit Tinggi and Jurong Kechil. Chatsworth, which has branches at Orchard and Jalan Tembusu, will occupy the Bukit Tinggi site vacated by the GESS in 2018.

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Two artist's impressions of the Early Learning Village, a joint project between the Australian International School and the Stamford American International School, which will feature specialised preschool education facilities when it opens in 2017.

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Two artist's impressions of the Early Learning Village, a joint project between the Australian International School and the Stamford American International School, which will feature specialised preschool education facilities when it opens in 2017.

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INTERNATIONAL schools are being built faster in recent years, even though there appears to be no pressing demand for them.

Between 2015 and 2020, at least six new building projects for international schools, including expansion of existing campuses, are expected to be

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