Bloom International School

April 6, 2018 | Italy, Milan, Milan education, Schools Milan

Bloom International School offers English-speaking Cambridge International Programmes from early years through to A Levels.


Bloom International School in Milan bases its curriculum on the Cambridge International educational framework. Bloom from Grade 1 to Grade 6 follows the Cambridge International Primary Programme. Middle School follows the Cambridge International Secondary Programme from Grade 7 to Grade 9, after which students move on to take the school’s preparatory Cambridge International General Certificate of Education (Cambridge IGCSE). Following on from IGCSE, students move to Grade 12 and Grade 13 studying Cambridge International AS & Advanced level programmes – which are recognised in the UK and around the world.

Tuition is in English.


The school does not make its fees public online, but reviews say it is a low-cost option for studying the Cambridge International exams.


The school offers rolling admissions throughout the year based on space availability. The school has special education programs designed for students with mental, physical, social and/or emotional needs. All applicants will be required to undergo a level appropriate admissions assessment and a face to face interview with the principal and a teacher. This helps us learn about each applicant’s capabilities and identify any special needs.


The school is located in the Lorenteggio district of Milan city, and is a 20-minute drive westwards from the centre.

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Contact Details:

Via Paolo Bassi, 3, 20159 Milano / +39 02 66804437 /

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