Wellington College UK to open schools in India, first campus to come to Pune


Wellington College International in UK and Unison Group in India have partnered to open premium schools in India. The schools will share the values, ethics, enduring quality and ambition of Wellington College, while combining the best of British and Indian education, Wellington College said in an official statement.

The first school will open in Pune in 2023. “Wellington College International (WCI) Pune will be a mixed boarding and day for children aged 2 to 18,” the statement said.

“There are currently six schools in the WCI family of schools, with two exceptional partners in China and Thailand serving over 5,000 students. Each school is a recognized leader in its region and offers world-class academic results and university internships, including Oxbridge and Ivy League. Unison Group is a premium education provider in India with four educational institutions in Dehradun and Delhi NCR including Unison World School, one of the leading boarding schools for girls in India. The institutions of the Unison Group are known for their quality and academic rigor. “”

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We are absolutely delighted that the next chapter in Wellington College’s remarkable history sees us partnering with Unison in India. From our first meetings it was clear that the values ​​and educational philosophy of the two organizations were aligned and it was a joy to work together, said James Dahl, Masters, Wellington College

Speaking of the creation of the first campus, he added, Pune is such a vibrant and forward-thinking city and we can think of no better place to continue our mission of pioneering education; sharing the best of Wellington College in the UK with passionate and progressive partners around the world.

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“India is a progressive country with a vibrant economy, a rich culture and a passion for education. WCI looks forward to working with Unison to combine the best of British and Indian education, creating exceptional schools that are distinctly Wellington, offering excellent academic results and opportunities for all students, ”said Scott Bryan, international director of WCI.

“We see this as a wonderful opportunity for Indian students to get an education at Wellington College in their home country and gain access to the best universities in the world,” said Anuj Aggarwal, co-founder of the Unison Education Foundation. .

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