Find out what our students and graduates have to say about studying at Insworld…
Adrien Ray Francois Dupuis (French)Edexcel International Tuition Programme (2016)
Due to the small class size, each student is able to receive ample attention from the teacher, which makes clarifying doubts easier for me. The atmosphere is very amiable too, the school isn’t large but that serves as a benefit because it often feels like we are one family.
Anastasia Saitbatalova (Russian)GCE 'A' LEVEL (2016)
I joined Insworld Institute on July 2015, which was the first time I visited Singapore as well. I was nervous but thankfully everyone’s friendly and helpful here. This school gives me all the support and guidance that I need, and I’m confident about doing well with my studies. Insworld is like my second family, I’m happy to be here.
Gao Yujun (Chinese)GCE 'A' LEVEL (2016)
Before, I was really struggling with my Chemistry class because the lessons were conducted in English. But through EAS (English Academic Studies), I managed to improve and do well. Now, I have become more interested in Science.
Midori Sato (Japanese)GCE ‘A’ Level (2014) | Biomedical Science, University of Queensland, Australia
Besides studying, we do lots of fun activities here in Insworld. We play football and badminton, and we also have dancing and taekwondo classes.
Zhang Mengyang (Chinese)GCE ‘A’ Level 2015 | Maths Science with Finance, Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, Singapore
Insworld Institute is significantly different from my previous school as it really cares about my academic success. I really appreciate the fact that their method of teaching is more focused on individual strengths and capabilities.
Dorian Baraba (Croatian)GCE ‘A’ LEVEL (2016)
As a Singaporean, I wouldn’t have managed to get exposure to international people the way I have at Insworld. Everyone here is closely-knit because it’s a small international school. It really did put me in a very good state for studying overseas
Andy Wong Ming Jun (Singaporean)GCE ‘A’ LEVEL 2012 | U.K. JOINT HONOURS (HISTORY AND POLITICS), UNIVERSITY OF HULL, UK
Read what are students have to say about studying at Insworld
I expressed my desire to enter medical school from the beginning and they (Insworld) ensured that I reached my target every single week such that my dreams become a reality.
Rachel Choong (Singaporean)GCE 'A' LEVEL (2016) | MBBS MEDICINE | INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, MALAYSIA
Insworld is a school that helped me mature as an individual and enable me to reach my full academic potential. I had constant support from all of my teachers who were always there to help me.
Amreena Shamit Binti Mohamed Asraf Nazem (Singaporean)GCE ‘A’ LEVEL (2014) | MBBS MEDICINE | TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN
Besides studying, we do lots of activities that allows us to relax and learn new skills at the same time. Sometimes, our teachers even join us during these activities. It feels like a family here. I love Insworld!
Glenn Siow Wei Shen (Singaporean)GCE ‘A’ LEVEL (2010) | MBBS MEDICINE | UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
I completed my A level studies at Insworld, which is an opportunity that would not have been afforded to me in my native country of Myanmar. I am very glad that I managed to gain a place in Medicine at Glasgow University.
Hnin Thandar Aung (Burmese)GCE ‘A’ LEVEL (2010) | MBChB MEDICINE | GLASGLOW UNIVERSITY, UK
In this video, we interviewed Lim Wei Chien (Max), a Pearson Edexcel International GCSE student at Insworld Institute, regarding the disadvantages of studying in large class sizes. He also shared the benefits that he has gained since studying at Insworld – which provides small class sizes and other such benefits.
In this video, we interviewed Domas Skruodys, a Pearson Edexcel GCE ‘A’ Level student at Insworld Institute, on the benefits of small class sizes and the advantages of studying in an international boutique school.
In this video, we interviewed Aaron Michael Sengol Soriano, a Pearson Edexcel International GCSE student at Insworld Institute, on why teachers who are passionate about education are important to students like himself.
In this video, we interviewed Lin Yunfei, an Edexcel International Tuition Programme (Lower Secondary) student at Insworld Institute, on how she is preparing for a career in Business at a very young age.
An interview with Insworld Institute alumni Vikaraman Rajaratanam, who recently visited us to tell us about his student life at Leicester University and how Insworld helped him fulfill his dream of studying Mechanical Engineering.
|2014||Singaporean||A*A*A*A*||Trinity College, Dublin||Ireland||Medicine|
|2015||Chinese||A*A*A*A||Nanyang Technological University of Singapore||Singapore||Maths Science with Finance|
|2011||Indonesian||A*A*AA||Bristol University||UK||Mechanical Engineering|
|2014||Indonesian||A*A*AB||University College London||UK||Management Science|
|2010||Singaporean||A*A*AC||University of Adelaide||Australia||MBBS|
|2015||Vietnamese||A*A*BE||University of New South Wales||Australia||Commerce|
|2012||Chinese||A*AA||Manchester University||UK||Accounting & Finance|
|2011||Chinese||A*AA||Durham University||UK||Natural Sciences|
|2009||Indian||A*AABB||Southampton University||UK||Aeronautics & Astronautics|
|2013||Chinese||A*ABB||Manchester University||UK||Mathematics & Statistics|
|2011||Vietnamese||A*ABC||City University||UK||Business Economics|
|2014||Myanmar||A*BBD||University of Melbourne||Australia||Economics|
|2004||Myanmar||AAAA||Middlebury College||USA||Business Administration|
|2007||Myanmar||AAAA||Newcastle University upon Tyne||UK||Medicine|
|2009||Indian||AAAA||National University of Singapore||Singapore||BEng Electrical Electronics|
|2006||Indonesian||AAAAC||Michigan University||USA||BEng Electrical Engineering|
|2008||Singaporean||AAAAC||Singapore Management University||Singapore||Sociology|
|2007||Myanmar||AAAB||Nottingham University||UK||BSc Mathematics|
|2008||Myanmar||AAAB||University of Wisconsin Madison||USA||Biomedical|
|2010||Maldivian||AAAB||Southampton University||UK||Civil Engineering|
|2010||Singaporean||AAABB||National University of Singapore||Singapore||Mechanical Engineering|
|2010||Myanmar||AAAC||University of Glasgow||UK||Medicine|
|2015||Taiwanese||AAAC||Warwick University||UK||Engineering Business Management|
|2004||Vietnamese||AAB||Sydney University||Australia||Accounting & Finance|
|2006||German||AAB||Queen Mary University||UK||Law|
|2006||Vietnamese||AAB||Singapore Management University||Singapore||Business Administration|
|2006||Chinese||AAB||Houston University||USA||Business Administration|
|2008||Hong Kong||AAB||Queen’s University||Canada||Business Administration|
|2009||Singaporean||AAB||International Medical University||Malaysia||MBBS|
|2007||Singaporean||AABB||Warwick University||UK||Accounting & Finance|
|2008||Myanmar||AABB||University of Technology, Sydney||Australia||Biomedical|
|2009||Malaysian||AABB||University of London||UK||Biological Sciences|
|2010||Myanmar||AABC||Bristol University||UK||BEng EEE|
|2015||Chinese||AAC||City University||UK||Economics with Accounting|
|2005||Singaporean||AACA||University of London||UK||Economics|
|2010||Vietnamese||AAC||City University||UK||Accounting & Finance|
|2015||Vietnamese||AAD||Macquarie University||Australia||Finance Accounting|
|2002||Chinese||ABB||University of British Columbia||Canada||Business|
|2004||Chinese||ABB||Leicester University||UK||Financial Economics|