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Cambridge International School Bratislava Scholarships for 2013-2017 School Years

Bratislava’s newest international school, located in Horsky Park, probably has the best facilities in the country offering spacious classrooms and state of the art educational resources. An international curriculum which is fully approved by the Ministry of Education is taught by English native teachers. In addition, local students receive an approved programme of Slovak language and are awarded official Vysvedčenie and Maturita diplomas alongside the Cambridge University programme and qualifications.

(Source: Courtesy of Cambridge International School of Bratislava)

Bratislava’s newest international school, located in Horsky Park, probably has the best facilities in the country offering spacious classrooms and state of the art educational resources. An international curriculum which is fully approved by the Ministry of Education is taught by English native teachers. In addition, local students receive an approved programme of Slovak language and are awarded official Vysvedčenie and Maturita diplomas alongside the Cambridge University programme and qualifications.

The school’s curriculum comes from the world-renowned University of Cambridge in England:

Cambridge Primary for children up to 11 years old and Cambridge Secondary 1 for 11 to 14 year olds
Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) for 14 to 16 year olds
Cambridge Advanced Level (A Level) for 16 to 18 year olds

Class sizes are limited to 15 and our family atmosphere creates the ideal environment for all students whether fluent in English or new learners. Those needing it are given extra one-to-one and small group English support at no extra charge.
We have a number of scholarships available for 14 to 16 year olds, sponsored by Cambridge International School and J&T Bank. Valid for up to 4 years, the scholarships are worth from 25% to 100% for strong students who would otherwise not be able to afford the school’s fees. See our website for further details.

For general information, contact our Admissions Manager, Martina on: +421 907 777 545, www.cambridgeschool.eu , www.youtube.com/CISBratislava

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