Abbey College, Malvern

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The Abbey College
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Type Independent residential tutorial college
Religion non denominational
Principal Philip Moere
Founder Hekmat Kaveh[1]
Location 253 Wells Road
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 4JF
England Coordinates: 52°04′21″N 2°19′58″W / 52.0725°N 2.3329°W / 52.0725; -2.3329
DfE number 885/6026
Staff 20 (Full Time)
20 (Part time)[2]
Students c100 [2]
Ages 14–20
Website Malvern Abbey College

The Abbey College in Malvern, Worcestershire, England, is a small independent boarding school providing education mainly for students from countries outside the United Kingdom. It is located on a 70 acres (28 ha) campus on the flanks of the Malvern Hills between Great Malvern and Malvern Wells.[3][dead link] The school is co-educational with around 100 students on its roll and specialises in pre university education providing courses at GCE A-Level, and AS Level and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).


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