a diverse community
Trent College delivers an authentic British boarding school experience. With only 5% of our students from overseas, we provide a first-class education immersed in English language, culture and way of life. Our school community brings together young people from 18 different nationalities. We offer students extensive opportunity to progress and achieve in all areas of school life, including academics, sport, art and music.
A range of STUDY options
We offer international students a choice of four programmes: pre-GCSE (Years 7-9), two year GCSE, one year GCSE and two year A Level/BTEC. Short term study opportunities (minimum one term) in Years 7 to 12 enable students to improve their English skills and sample a British education.
one year gcse programme
Our one year GCSE programme is unique and tailored to the needs of each individual. International students enrolling on the programme can study up to 9 different subjects, depending on their academic profile and English skills.
Our broad curriculum ensures that all students receive a well-rounded education. Subjects include: English, Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Geography, History, Art, Drama, Music, Sport, Latin, Photography, Classical Civilisation and Business.
All inclusive fees
Our full boarding fees include:
• August Induction Week
• 4 lessons of EAL (English as an Additional Language) per week
• One music lesson per week
• School breakfasts, lunches and teas
• All textbooks and examination entry fees
• Weekend activities and trips
THE application PROCESS
As an academically selective school, we assess applicants for Years 7 to 11 in English and Maths. Year 12 applicants will be assessed in at least two of their A Level options. Following assessments, we invite students to interview, in person or on Zoom, with one of our Senior Leadership Team.
Relocating to the UK?
We are experienced at working with families who are relocating and can arrange school tours to suit your availability, including during school holidays. We can arrange Zoom interviews and liaise with overseas schools to conduct assessments. We know there are many factors involved in relocation, and will adapt the admissions journey to suit your family’s needs.
Students can join us at the start of our school year in September or throughout the academic year. Where possible, we encourage families to tour our school before registering for a place. Families applying to Trent College can do so directly or via an overseas educational agent.