International Schools in Europe


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European International Schools

Here are the main schools in the various European countries. The majority are International schools in Northern Europe. International Schools are popular in Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. There are International schools in Scandinavia that have the advantage of being partly or fully subsidised by the state. There are also International schools in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, and also International schools in southern Europe.

Students are sent to study in international schools for a variety of reasons. One of the most common is that one or both of the parents of the student work for an international company or organization which might send the family to different parts of the world with six months notice. For example multinational organization, or international organizations such as the UN. Often students have parents that work at embassies.

The main adavantage of such an education over the local educational system is that when the families are posted to different parts of the world. The students can continue to be educated with a simlar curriculum most often International Baccalaureate, the British IGCSE or A level system, or advanced placement used in the United States. There is a considerable degree of continuity, and disruption to the student's education is minimalized.

International Schools in Northern Europe

Austria l Belgium l Britain l France l Germany l Luxembourg l Netherlands l Switzerland l United Kingdom l

International Schools in Scandinavia and the Baltic Countries

Denmark l Estonia l Finland l Latvia l Lithuania l Norway l Sweden l

International Schools in Eastern Europe and the Balkans

Albania l Bosnia l Croatia l Greece l Hungary l Macedonia l Poland l Romania l Slovakia l Slovenia l Turkey l

International Schools in Southern Europe & Mediteranean

Cyprus l Italy l Portugal l Slovenia l Spain l Turkey l


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