ASDC 2011: Participating Institutions


After languishing in Manila, Philipines for two consecutive years, the Asian Schools Debate Championships will finally fulfill it’s mission to expand in Asia with it’s first overseas expedition to Seoul, South Korea for ASDC 2011. As in the past, the tournament will be held in Asian Parliamentary Style.
ASDC 2011 will be hosted by Daewon Foreign Language High School and Ewha Woman’s University with former ASDC Best Speaker Jeewon Yoo as the convener.

After some time for registration, the tournament cap of 80 teams was finally reached with 14 teams on the waiting list. The 80 teams herald from 41 institutions in 10 different countries. Registered teams are:

  • Daewon Foreign Language High School (South Korea): 3 Teams 2 Waitlists
  • PAREF Springdale School (Philippines): 3 Teams
  • The Galaxy School (India): 2 Teams
  • Ladies’ College (Sri Lanka): 3 Teams
  • School of International Studies in Sciences & Arts (Pakistan): 2 Teams
  • Royal College (Sri Lanka): 2 Teams
  • Uyo High School (Nigeria): 2 Teams
  • La Salle Green Hills (Philippines): 1 Team
  • PAREF Woodrose (Philippines): 3 Teams
  • Rajuk Uttara Model College (Bangladesh): 2 Teams
  • Sekolah Seri Puteri, Cyberjaya (Malaysia): 2 Teams
  • Xavier School (Philippines): 3 Teams
  • Manarat Dhaka Intl.College (Bangladesh): 2 Teams
  • San Beda College Alabang (Philippines): 3 Teams 2 Waitlists
  • Public Senior High School 2 of Mojokerto (Indonesia): 1 Team
  • Ateneo De Manila High School (Philippines): 3 Teams 1 Waitlist
  • Korean Minjok Leadership Academy (South Korea): 3 Teams 2 Waitlists
  • Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies (South Korea): 3 Teams 2 Waitlists
  • PAREF Southridge (Philippines): 3 Teams
  • Sangmoon High School (South Korea): 1 Team
  • Sacred Heart School (Philippines) 3 Teams
  • Assumption College Bangrak (Thailand): 3 Teams
  • SMK Sri Permata (Malaysia): 1 Team
  • Sekolah Menengah Sains Hulu Selangor (Malaysia): 1 Team
  • Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia): 1 Team
  • Triam Udom Suksa School (Thailand) 2 Teams
  • Lahore Grammar School, Paragon City Campus (Pakistan): 2 Teams
  • Sekolah Dato’ Abdul Razak (Malaysia): 1 Team
  • Convent Bukit Nanast (Malaysia): 2 Team
  • Anglo Singapore International School (Thailand) 2 Teams
  • European Standard School (Bangladesh): 3 Teams
  • Bugil Academy (South Korea): 3 Teams
  • Hidayah Islamic Secondary School (Malaysia): 2 Teams
  • Mastermind School (Bangladesh): 1 Team
  • Cheongshim International Academy: (South Korea): 1 Team
  • Philippine Science High School (Philippines): 1 Team
  • Sidoarjo High School (Indonesia): 1 Team
  • Ewha Girls’ Foreign Language Highschool (South Korea): 1 Team
  • National University of Juridical Sciences (India): 2 Teams 1 Waitlist*
  • Global Vision Christian School (South Korea): 1 Waitlist
  • Claret School Of Quezon City (Philippines): 3 Waitlists
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