Who We Are?
David Game College was founded in 1974 and has consistently delivered the best quality teaching.
Westminster School and College is proud to be affiliated with such a prestigious institution. Our legacy of 16 years of quality education in Pakistan and a huge success of our Clifton Campus has provided us with an opportunity to inaugurate our new branch in the reputable vicinity of Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi.
Letter by Mr Game
” I am proud to see that over the last 40 years, thousands of students have benefited from our intensive tuition, securing places at top UK universities and realizing their ambitions. This is what David Game is all about – providing the right climate and environment for students to make choices that put them on the pathway to security and success. We combine traditional values with a modern approach and technologies to ensure that all courses are delivered and taught in the most efficient and effective way for examination success.
I take immense pride in the achievements of our students and it would give me great pleasure to welcome you “.
MA (Oxon), MPhil (Lond)
Our students recommend Westminster school and College because of the quality of our teaching and the School enjoys a global reputation. Small class sizes (no.of students per class) and individual attention, combined with almost 16 years of experience enable us to help our students to gain the qualifications needed to maximize their higher education and career prospects.
Our highly-qualified staff ensures that we provide a caring and nurturing environment for our students.
Comparison with other schools shows that Westminster provides excellent value with very competitive fees. Another important reason to choose us is our genuine independence from other groups and their financial interests.
We offer a supervised and a relaxed atmosphere in which students are treated as adults but we monitor our students closely to ensure that they are happy, safe and well-motivated. This includes keeping a close eye on their attendance and progress, which parents are also encouraged to follow.