Dulwich College International collaborates with selected universities and organisations from around the world to provide exceptional opportunities for our students to learn directly from practitioners in a range of disciplines.
In July 2016, the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Dulwich College International entered into a three-year agreement with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s (RSC) Education Department as its exclusive school partner in China, South Korea and Singapore.
Our partnership with the RSC offers students aged 10 to 18 years a wide array of opportunities to deepen their understanding of Shakespeare’s works through tried and tested strategies from the RSC’s rehearsal rooms. The programme includes residencies at the schools by RSC artists, tailored student workshops, and access to the RSC’s online resources as well as RSC performances in the UK and Asia. The programme culminates in student performances across the DCI network.
In addition to student activities, there is a structured programme of Professional Learning for drama and English teachers across the Dulwich network supported by online resources.
The Dulwich College International schools also work with the Royal Northern College of Music, whose Head of Popular Music, Andy Stott, and members of their 24-strong session orchestra facilitated workshops at the Dulwich Festival of Music in November 2016.
Berklee College of Music is the largest independent college of contemporary music in the world and has supported the Dulwich College International Diversity series for the past three years.
Over the past ten years our students have been privileged to work with the world famous Vienna Boys’ Choir. Learning experiences such as the Dulwich College International Vienna Choir Tour have given several students the opportunity to become members of the Vienna Boys’ Choir.