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Here you’ll get an overview of private and public schools in southern Sweden and Greater Copenhagen area, from preschool and compulsory school to upper secondary education and higher education.
BMSL is a Swedish-, French- and English preschool. Montessori-pedagogy is integrated with a well-developed language environment at the school. The teachers are French, Swedish and English and always speak with their mother tongue with the children.
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Bladins gymnasium follows the Swedish National Curriculum. Approximately 65 students enrol the Social Science Programme which is an English-taught version of the Swedish Social Science Programme.
The compulsory school and preschool at Bladins International School of Malmö has 374 students aged 3 to 16. The school follows the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) and the language of instruction is English.
Ehrensvärdska gymnasiet is a school that offers the IB Diploma Programme. Before entering the Diploma Programme a Pre-Diploma Programme is offered. To be able to apply for the programme the students should occupy well-developed skills in English and Mathematics.
The school offers education to children between 3 and 6 years old. The International Preschool of Lund follows the International Baccalaureate curriculum and offers the Primary Years Programme.
The International School of Helsingborg caters to students age 3-19, offering all three IB programmes; PYP, MYP and DP. The language of instruction is English and since we are a Swedish, non-fee public school, both the Swedish national curriculum and the IB curriculum is taught.
ISLK is an authorised IB World School offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and the Middle Years Programme (MYP) to students aged 5 to 15/16.
The school offers the International Baccalaureate curriculum for students between 16 and 19. There are close to 200 students enrolled at the school.
Lingua Montessori preschool's language direction is Swedish, French and English.
The preschool has approximately 40 children in the ages of 1-5 years. The teachers at the school speak Swedish and English and the school is open for everyone, no matter language background.
The International section of Malmö Borgarskola follows an international curriculum for the International Baccalaureate Organization and has approximately 240 students.
Söderkulla International School, with approximately 150 students, follows the Swedish National Curriculum combined with international perspectives. The school offers education from preschool to grade 9. Native English teachers teach all classes in English.
Söderportsgymnasiet, which has approximately 960 students on the entire school, has an international section that offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program in English.
Bernadotte School´s international section is rooted in the Danish educational tradition and offers a Danish curriculum as a framework. However, the school includes a strong international aspect in out curriculum. The school offers an independent English-speaking department, within a Danish school.
Birkerød Gymnasium is a Danish school with an international atmosphere that offers the IB Diploma Programme.
The school is an independent school with 150 students from over 45 nations and an internationally qualified teaching staff. Bjørn's International School offers education taught through English or Danish from 6 to 16 years.
Copenhagen International School provides complete educational programme for students from ages 3 to 18, from pre-kindergarten through to grade 12.
The school, which has approximately 210 students in the age of 4 to 16, offers both the Primary Years and Middle Years Programme curriculum from the International Baccalaureate.
The school is an upper secondary state school that offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma. In total there are 700 students at the school and out of these 100 enrols the International Baccalaureate Diploma.
Prins Henriks skole is a French school. The teaching is done in French and follows the French education system.
Rygaards school is a private, Christian/Catholic, co-educational establishment. The school is a member of European Council of International Schools (ECIS). The school has two departments, Danish and International.
Sankt Petri Schule is a private Danish-German school with approximately 400 students. The school is built upon Christian traditions and it has cooperation with Sankt Petri Church.
The preschool accepts children from age 1,5 to 5 years old. Class sizes range from 10 to 18 children and all the classes have qualified, native English speaking staff.
The school is a private one that offers education for children from the age of 5 to 15. There are approximately 160 students enrolling the school. All teaching is in English and the school follows the IB curriculum.
ESS MAX IV in Southern Sweden – TITA
Region Skåne in cooperation with the municipalities of Skåne, Lund University, Invest in Skåne, ESS AB, Malmö University, the County Administrative Board of Skåne, Kristianstad University, Region Blekinge, SLU Alnarp and Blekinge Institute of Technology.