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Dhaka
Bangladesh

About us

Oxford International School (OIS) is an English medium co-education School following the academic programme of the University of Cambridge, UK up to GCE O and A Levels . The first Principal of OIS was Ian Burges, an ex-professor of the University of Cambridge UK. Beginning humbly with a single campus and a limited staff, OIS has moved into a modern spacious building. The Junior Section ( Playgroup to KG ) is located close by.

OIS is known for pioneering new directions in advanced education, creating knowledge without borders and innovation in skill and teaching. It is recognized as one of the largest schools in the country, known for its interdisciplinary education and culture. The true benefit of OIS lies with its exceptional Faculty members who offer tremendous expertise in many different disciplines.

How we work

OIS is committed to equipping children with the necessary mix of knowledge, skills, competencies and attitudes to excel in the global arena. Our vision is to create a sense of purpose in this rapidly changing world both within and outside our country by providing opportunities of global education for all learners to meet the future with confidence, being well-informed, responsible, skilled, critical in thinking, disciplined, creative and productive globally. These global citizens would contribute to the economic growth and prosperity of the country making life comfortable and peaceful for all fellow human beings as a whole. An international educational experience transcends the intellectual and social horizons. It enables, encourages and empowers students of multicultural backgrounds to discover and develop their intellectual, physical and creative potential. It inculcates high self-esteem and nurtures respect for themselves and others while developing a sense of self-discipline and motivating the students to offer their personal best at all times in terms of promoting cross-cultural understanding, global awareness, open mindedness and tolerance of differing points of view.

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