South Korea: British Dulwich to Offer 3 Language Courses

Not that offering courses in three (that’s 3) different languages is any kind of record, but prospective students of Dulwich College, scheduled to open in Seoul in 2010 will have a chance to learn three languages at the same time. I know, you can scare contain your excitement.

Fraser White, executive chairman of the Dulwich College Management International (DCMI) said that the school, which already runs three international schools in China, will provide English, Korean and Mandarin courses.

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