Global Indian International School, Kuala Lumpur
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 

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Overall: (2.7 from 3 reviews)
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Ages:4 to 18 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:Indian, English Max Class Size:Unknown

At GIIS, we are committed to nurturing a lifelong love of learning in our students through a balanced, holistic approach to education. We are proud to say that we’re realising our vision of becoming a global role model for teaching and learning, and are delighted that you are considering GIIS as a prospective school for your child. We’re committed to making the Admissions process as simple and comprehensible as possible. While admissions are open throughout the year, they are subject to availability. New students can matriculate at any time during the academic year with sole exceptions for those seeking admission into CBSE & Cambridge Classes 11 and 12. Because the academic year starts in April, this is typically our busiest period. As the Admissions Team begins reviewing applications for new admissions in January each year, we recommend that you plan and complete your admission materials before this time to avoid the rush.We take pride in our diversity at GIIS, and welcome applications from students of all nationalities. All of life’s adventures begin with a single first step, and we encourage you to take yours by scheduling an appointment with one of our admissions counselors, during which you’ll tour the campus while learning more about our school, curricula and extracurricular activities.


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Deepthi Mohan, 8 months ago


Hello I am Deepthi from India.. may i know the eligibility for faculty from your organization.. i am interested to join as a pre primary teacher.. Thank you

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Shafia N, 7 months ago


Needs improvement .. value for money is not being achieved both in terms of academics as well as facilities and infrastructure .. I believe their counterparts in other countries such as Singapore, Japan, etc are much better.

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John Kumar, 7 months ago


I sent my kids here and trust me this is the worst place on earth. The facilities are almost non existant and the school is poorly managed. The teachers r absolutely useless and most of them do not qualify for a teaching job. I sent my son here and he came back not knowing anything except how to sing the Indian national anthem The school has severely traumatized my child and he has to go to a special school now as they have made him autistic. Never send ur kids here unless u want a retarded kid. I would rather have an uneducated retarded child then send him to this hell hole. This school also has absurd rules like no playing during breaks. And the person behind it all is the horrific principal who can't speak 2 words of English and needs to see a dentist. My child has nightmares of him at night. STAY CLEAR OF THIS SCHOOL

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