Bavarian International School

Bavarian International School

Bavarian International School

 

 

Bavaria is a beautiful city and those who live here love the fact that it's within such close proximity to Austria and Switzerland as well as the fact that it is home to two amazing international schools. Once the kids are off on holidays you'll be able to explore Europe a little more without having to travel too far. Skiing is just one of the wonderful options you'll have available.

 

Lots of expat decide where in Bavaria they will be living based on the school their child will be attending. This is because whereas they will be able to travel to and from work with their car, they want to ensure that their children can also get to school quickly and safely.

 

Coming from an English speaking country, you will perhaps prefer to send your child to a school where one of the main instructional languages is English. This will offer you the security that your child will continue to practice his or her English and that there are no complications and setbacks in school if you do at some point decide to move back to your native country.

 

The two international schools in Bavaria are the Bavaria International School and the Munich International School.

 

Bavaria International School

·         Opened in  99

·         The main instructional language is English

·         School premises surrounded by forest and woods

·         Main school is in a castle- Schloss Heimhausen

·         Students from 45 different nations

·         School buses available for students

·         Primary to Secondary school

·         International Baccalaureate Program

·         Approximately 000 students enrolled

·         Accredited by both the Council of International Schools as well as the New England Association of Schools and Colleges

·         The Bavaria International School costs between 500 and 5 600 euros

·         The registration fee is 500 euros

 

Munich International School

·         English language

·         Available to students from four years of age to eight years of age

·         International Baccalaureate Program

·         Accredited by both the Council of International Schools as well as the New England Association of Schools and Colleges

·         Transportation available to pick students up and drop them off at the end of the school day

·         A late bus is available for students participating in after school activities

·         The food provided to students are 00% organic

·         Track and field as well as a soccer field are being constructed

·         Tuition ranges from 3 40 to 6 800 euros

·         The entrance fee is 7 000 euros

Both the Bavaria International School (BIS) and the Munich International School (MIS) are exceptional private institutions which offer excellent education to students. They are both popular choices amongst the expatriate population as well as within the German population who wish to have their children speaking English at a young age. It may be wise to schedule a visit with the schools to get a better feel of the environment before making your decision.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 2621,    28  Oct  2014 ,   Studying in Germany

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