The GSG network is growing, which means that you can find an accredited GSG school in a country where you have recently moved in. Your child’s transition to a new GSG school becomes even more easier if your child was already enrolled in a GSF member school.
We aim to make high-quality education available to children of expats located across the globe and are in the process of setting up more branches in regions where schools with IB curriculum are in demand.
Our students come from diverse cultural backgrounds and learn to appreciate the uniqueness that each culture brings. This helps them become competent and adaptive 21st century global citizens.
The first Global Indian International School (GIIS) in Mount Sophia, Singapore, was launched.
GSG opens two more campuses in Malaysia and Japan and two campuses in Singapore to serve the needs of expats across Asia.
Opens its first campus in Thailand and its first campus in India.
Opens its third campus in Singapore and expands into Malaysia. Establishes the Global Centre for Educational Excellence (GCEE) to monitor, analyse and improve the quality of teaching and learning methods for Global Indian International School.
Opens its first campus in the Middle East, Dubai, making GSG a global group of institutions.
Acquires “One World International School” (OWIS) with a vision to provide high-quality international education.
GSG starts its second OWIS campus in the east of Singapore at Mountbatten.
GSG enters into a strategic partnership with Dwight IB World School in Seoul. Waterbridge Global Education Company Limited was incorporated into the GSG network, marking the beginning of the Harrods-GSG partnership.
GSG starts Glendale International School in Dubai with fully British National Curriculum.
All our schools are located in accessible neighbourhoods that are in close proximity to important public service establishments and accessible by road transport.