Partner schools
in Malaysia

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Advantages for Partner Schools

The „Schools: Partner for the future“ initiative is an attractive programme for students to experience  the German language and culture at an early stage in life.
There are some obvious advantages for students and teachers. The PASCH programme assists in providing books, multimedia equipment, and other teaching and learning equipment.
Students will have the opportunity to benefit from regional activities, also with partner schools from other countries, or to attend language courses in Germany. They can also participate in various online competitions on the PASCH website and win attractive prizes.

Hence, PASCH is a great way to get a little bit closer to Germany.

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SMS Sultan Iskandar, Mersing

SMS Sultan Iskandar is a fully residential school in Mersing/Johor. Besides the focus on Science and Technology it also offers a huge variety of Foreign Languages. Out of all 440 130 students at the age of thirteen and seventeen have chosen to learn German as a foreign language.  Joining the PASCH-network in 2019 this school is one of the newcomer among the Malaysian PASCH-schools.

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SMS Kepala Batas, Penang

At the fully residential school SMS Kepala Batas in Penang 145 out of 685 students at the age of thirteen and seventeen learn German as a foreign language. SMS Kepala Batas has been part of the PASCH-network since 2018.

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SMK Datuk Onn, Penang

Being one of four PASCH-schools in Penang SMK Datuk Onn In Butterworth is home to around 700 students. In the year 2008 German has been introduced here and was chosen to be learnt by 84 students at the age of 13 to 17 this year. Besides languages, MINT and sustainability are important topics.

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SMK Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya

At SMK Damasara Utama in Petaling Jaya in Selangor (and therefore very close to Goethe-Institut Malaysia) 230 students out of almost 900 at the age of thirteen und seventeen are being taught in German as a foreign language. The school was awarded the “Cluster School of Excellence” status in the year 2009.

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Riam Road Secondary School, Miri

The Riam Road Secondary School is a private school in Miri (Sarawak) with about 1.200 students. When the PASCH-Programme was launched, it decided to implement a German language course for its students, becoming the first school that offers German in East-Malaysia.

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SMK Chung Ling, Penang

At SMJK Chung Ling in Penang about 66 of total 1200 students learn German as a foreign language. This school is the most recent addition to the Malaysian PASCH-family. What’s really special is that it is the first public school in the network where graduates have direct access to German Universities.

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St. Christopher's Primary School, Penang

The SCIPS delivers a broad, balanced Curriculum, adapted to meet the needs of the school’s international community. It caters to almost 600 students. All students in years five and six, including more than 40 from German families (native speakers), can opt to study German.

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International School of Penang (Uplands)

Home to malaysian and foreign children alike, Uplands school runs an international curriculum, based on the british education system. The more than 600 students are between five and nineteen years old. German is a popular elective subject.

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German School, Kuala Lumpur

The DSKL, German School Kuala Lumpur, teaches children from Kindergarten to A-levels. It aims at children of families where one or both parents are native speakers of German. The DSKL's standards are consistent with the German education system. All classes are conducted in German.