Across Nisai Learning, Nisai House and Lammas School, we offer accredited curricula from Key Stages 1-5
Our British curriculum is accessible to learners aged 11-25 with courses accredited by OCR, Cambridge and NOCN. We are a Cambridge International School and can provide Cambridge IGCSEs and A levels to students worldwide.
Additionally, we are approved by the Department for Education as a Section 41 provider for Post 16 learners. All our schools are either ISI or OFSTED inspected.
Imagine all the positive aspects of a school – the classrooms, qualified teachers, extra-curricular activities and form tutors. Now picture it taking place online, with interactive lessons in a secure environment that supports every learner. That is the Nisai Virtual Academy.
We offer a variety of long-term, short-term and flexible booster courses with tried and tested success.
We believe that everyone has equal value and should have access to high quality education around the world. It is our mission to give traditional and non-traditional learners the skills to flourish through innovative education and by influencing positive institutional change.
We provide an inclusive, social and student-focused environment that welcomes learners of all backgrounds.
"Only at Nisai Virtual Academy have I been given a truly individual learning package which has inspired and given me the courage necessary to pursue university-level education."
We have partnered up with University Book Store Malaysia to deliver internationally recognised qualifications to international schools in Malaysia. University Book Store Malaysia (UBSM) is a leading academic bookstore, fulfilling the educational needs of pre-schools to universities, and post-graduates. In …
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"The Nisai Virtual Academy brings me as close to the classroom experience as I can imagine possible"