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QSI International School of Bratislava

We offer the most dedicated, passionate and caring educational experience!

Early childhood and elementary campus

2 ½ - 11 year old students

  • The oldest international school in Slovakia (since 1994)
  • The most diverse school in Slovakia
  • Highest percentage of native English speaking educators
  • Individual instruction with unparalleled results

NEW CAMPUS AT THE X-BIONIC
Opening – 22nd August 2019

Middle school & secondary campus

12 -18 year old students

  • Accredited by the Middle State Association
  • The only school with the IB Program & AP Courses
  • Free School Bus from 11 locations in & around Bratislava
  • Accepting Applications Year Round

Address: Záhradnícka 1006/2, Šamorín 93101, Slovakia
Address: Dubová 2254/33, 931 01 Šamorín – Čilistov

Website: www.qsi.org/slovakia/svk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/gsi.bratislava
Email: bratislava@qsi.org
Phone Number: 0903 704 436

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