SIS Group of Schools: Best International Educational Institution South East Asia 2021

With an unpredictable world, how does a good school prepare students for their future? Why is quality education becoming increasingly unaffordable in many developing countries?

The SIS Group of Schools and its Singaporean Founder Jaspal Sidhu have a joint purpose to establish quality schools at affordable tuition fees. Using 3 well-established and globally recognised curricula (Singapore, Cambridge and the International Baccalaureate), SIS has established a strong presence in South East Asia, with a comprehensive network in Indonesia and regional representation in India, Myanmar and South Korea. Today SIS is establishing more footprints in these geographies in a strategic partnership with the International Finance Corporation (World Bank).

The SIS Group of Schools welcomes students into a holistic, nurturing and safe environment where year-round inter-disciplinary projects test knowledge and understanding of multiple subjects. SIS leadership and teachers collaborate actively throughout the Group, guiding their students’ educational development and overall well-being. The unique collaboration eco-system has allowed the Group to make great strides to cut annual costs for students to boost educational inclusion and spur regional socio-economic development. This saw the Group being awarded the 2019 Financial Times-IFC (World Bank) Global Transformational Award for education.

Besides high academic achievements, the SIS Group of Schools also focuses on 21st century skills like Perseverance, Analytical Thinking, Collaboration and Entrepreneurism. SIS students have moved on to top universities in the region and other parts of the globe.

The judging panel congratulates the SIS Group of Schools on winning the 2021 award for Best International Educational Institution (South East Asia).

More on the Group’s CEO here.

SIS Group Founder and Chairman Jaspal Sidhu: Making Quality Education Affordable

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