Welcome to the NLCS international schools application portal. Below is some information about NLCS (UK) and each international school (further, in-depth information can be found in the job details). You can view current job openings and apply for positions online via this portal. If you prefer, you can submit an application for general consideration if there are no suitable roles at this time. Should you wish to submit your application for general consideration, please note that you will be taken through the full application process which requires a cover letter. We suggest that you write a brief overview of why you would like to work for NLCS, and some information on your experience. If you would prefer, you can submit a statement outlining your educational philosophy.
For more information on how to apply, please go to: How to Apply | North London Collegiate International School (nlcsinternational.co.uk)
North London Collegiate School (UK) was founded in 1850 by Frances Mary Buss; her aim was to offer an academically ambitious education to girls, similar to that available to their brothers. The School has pioneered women’s education for over 170 years and remains among the highest achieving schools in the UK. Exam results regularly top the UK league tables and the School has repeatedly outperformed other prestigious schools in terms of Oxbridge success rates.
In 2011, NLCS opened its first international school in South Korea: NLCS Jeju. NLCS Jeju has achieved outstanding results since its first cohort of graduating students in 2014. NLCS opened its second school in the UAE: NLCS Dubai. The school opened in 2017 and had its first graduates in the summer of 2020. In August 2020, NLCS opened its third school in Singapore.
Each school provides an impressive range of extra-curricular activities, to foster well-rounded individuals who are capable of becoming leaders, and is purpose built, boasting impressive, state-of-the-art facilities. NLCS Jeju and NLCS Dubai both follow the IB Diploma Programme in Sixth Form.
Or, if you prefer, you can simply submit your resume for general consideration.