Homeschooling in Malaysia

Primary and Secondary homeschooling courses

Wolsey Hall Oxford has a long history of supporting families homeschooling in Malaysia. We have a large number of Malaysian children taking courses as well as expatriate children from many countries. They range in age from those taking Primary Level right through Secondary Level to IGCSE and A levels

Our Cambridge IGCSE, AS and A Level Courses are equivalent to the Malaysian SPM, UEC and STPM and are accepted by Universities around the world.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education

We are proud to be part of the world’s largest international community of schools.

Laeticia is homeschooling in Malaysia.

Flexibility of subject choices

Most of our Malaysian homeschoolers are taught at home with their parents acting as invaluable support. However, we are also pleased to work with schools and Malaysian homeschooling centres.

By following a Wolsey Hall Oxford Secondary Level education, your children can choose which subjects to take and will not be streamed into either arts or science. This gives them the flexibility to take a mixture of both arts and science subjects at IGCSE level and beyond if they wish.

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Meet some students homeschooling in Malaysia

IGCSE homeschooling student Lyana

Lyana

David is homeschooling IGCSEs

David

How the UK education system works

Equivalent qualifications

Malaysia
Wolsey Hall equivalent course
SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) (Malaysia Certificate of Education)
IGCSE
UEC (Unified Examination Certificate) Senior Middle Level
AS Level
Malaysian High School Certificate (STPM) or Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysian examination
A2 Level

More information

Families choose homeschooling in Malaysia because of their wish for a more flexible education for their children.  They also appreciate their children being tutored by UK trained teachers, experienced in the techniques required for success in the Cambridge exams.

One of our homeschooling families living in Malaysia with their two children has keep a record of their homeschooling journey. To find out more about the realities of homeschooling in Malaysia read their blog.

Homeschooling with Wolsey Hall has not just enabled my children to develop various academic skills; but it has also facilitated a more holistic learning experience. The engaging course materials and resources have sparked their interests and widened their knowledge. Flexibility with Online Homeschooling has meant they are able to volunteer in community projects. Constructive feedback on assignments has facilitated their learning experience positively.
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Veronica Williams – Homeschooling Parent

Malaysia

I have enjoyed learning History IGCSE with Wolsey Hall. There are plenty of interesting and engaging resources which have made it a really enjoyable experience!
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Lucas Williams – IGCSE Student

Malaysia

Wolsey Hall provides the flexibility both in time and schedule for my child and me. We are free to Skype the teachers when we need clarification. The subjects are structured and orderly. The assignment based ‘homework/testing’ provides the child with the required written work needed for understanding of the subject matter. Nathalia is 11 years old and she’s doing Maths, Science, English and Geography.
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Indrawathi Selvarajah – Homeschooling Parent

Malaysia

Studying Secondary Level at Wolsey Hall has enabled me to study at my own pace. If I was interested in a topic, I don’t have to wait; I could speed ahead and reach my full potential.
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Jeremy Williams – Homeschooling Student

Malaysia

I compared several homeschooling providers and although all charge similar fees (some even slightly lower!) I decided on Wolsey Hall Oxford because I felt confident about the help and care my daughter would receive. The support we receive is excellent. I would recommend Wolsey Hall to parents who care, not only about grades, but about the study experience as a whole. Students receive the respect they deserve and they get the encouragement to move forward despite sometimes having difficulties.
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Dr Rose Haque, IGCSE Homeschooling Parent

Malaysia

Our courses

Secondary homeschoooling courses

Lower Secondary