Life at ACHS


5 stars for Student:Teacher Ratio, Student Retention and Student Demand (QS 2018)

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Nine of our subjects are ranked in the world's top 50 (ARWU 2018)


Ranked 91st in the Top 100 universities of the world (QS 2018)

Life At ACHS

ACHS provides intensive and highly interactive learning experience that will change the way students think for the rest of their lives. Reflecting the vibrant and entrepreneurial culture of the college, our 10+2 program will challenge the assumption of the students and encourages them to devise strategies that will shape their future.

The college delivers a relevant and rigorous academic curriculum that provides students with both the theory and the tools for successful academic prospects. Seasoned faculty members and career counselors guide the students with their proven teaching methodologies and international perspective emphasizing bridge between theory and practice through a mix of case studies, lectures, experimental learning, guest speakers, and small group discussions.

Every aspect of the program has been designed to broaden the sharing of ideas, facilitate peer interaction, and develop cross-sectional knowledge.

Every student is assigned to a Pastoral Faculty Member who is responsible for supervising students’ overall academic progress and university applications. An afternoon is set aside every week in the last six months of the program to concentrate on university entrance, study skills and other activities that enrich and support their academic work, during which they are supervised by senior professionals. Students have an informal daily supervised prep time at the end of morning lessons.

  1. Individual attention
  2. Regular informal meetings
  3. Supportive environment
  4. Focus on study skills

Courses and study

The course you study will have a big impact on your student life. It is important that you find a course which fuels your passion to learn, and also improves your career prospects throughout your working life.

Devoting yourself to a single course out of potentially thousands is different to selecting three A level subjects from a limited list.

A Campus of opportunity

It is an exceptional stage designed to provide an opportunity for students to hear several people knowledgeable about a specific issue or topic, present information and discuss personal views. It is a forum where a diverse range of themes which emphasize relevant corporate, public and socio-economic matter are discussed. Panelists are drawn from various sectors of industry and business.


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