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International education

The Arnhem International school offers an English language education in an international and multi-cultural setting, where safety, mutual respect and world citizenship are keywords.

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The Arnhem Nijmegen Region has one International school, the Arnhem International School [AIS]. The school has Primary and Secondary departments at three different locations. Around forty-five nationalities are represented in a school population of 200-250 pupils.  The pupils are mainly from Expat families who live and work in the Arnhem region.

The Primary department of the AIS has two schools, one in Arnhem and a smaller department in Goch. Goch is just over the border in Germany, to the south-east of Nijmegen.

A larger school, the Dutch Lorentz Lyceum in Southern Arnhem, hosts the Secondary department of the AIS. Where students from the age of 12 up to 16 can follow the International Baccalaureate Middle Years program [IB-MYP]. This can be followed up by the two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Program [IB-DP] for students from age 16 up to 19, who would like to go on and continue their study at an Academy or University. The IB-DP meets the requirements to enable students to study at universities all over the world. Read more on the AIS site.

The Kandinsky College Nijmegen
(Dutch only) provides English language secondary education for HAVO and VWO.


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