Aga Khan Academies
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Tours of the Academy
Tours of the Aga Khan Academy, Hyderabad are held regularly throughout the school year by appointment. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office.
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As part of an international network of Aga Khan Academies, AKA, Hyderabad will include an international exchange programme as part of its curriculum. This programme will give students the opportunity to study for an extended period in another of the network’s 18 Academies (planned or currently under development) in Africa, South and Central Asia, and the Middle East.
A World View
International student exchanges between Academies in different countries, as well as with allied schools in Europe and North America, will offer students opportunities to broaden their worldview and learn to be at ease in multicultural settings.
The International Baccalaureate is planned as the common curriculum framework across all the Academies, allowing students to study abroad without facing uncertainties regarding compatibility of course study or examinations. While English is a medium of instruction at each Academy, the study of a foreign language, required by all Academy students, will be greatly enhanced by immersion in that language.
Visiting students will live in the on-campus residential facilities, providing them with a safe, secure setting in which to interact and learn with their peers from other parts of the world. Appreciation and respect for other nationalities, cultures, and intellectual traditions will be significantly facilitated by direct contact with people in other countries.