International School of Milan

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

The International School of Milan teaches the Internatinal Baccalaureate (IB) programmes to pupils aged 3-18.


Founded in 1958, the International School of Milan is the oldest international school in the city. It is home to almost 1000 students of 68 different nationalities with a staff body 130 teachers.

The school is an IB World School, among few authorised to teach the full range of IB programmes:

  • Primary Years Programme (PYP)
  • Middle Years Programme (MYP)
  • Diploma Programme (DP)

The Diploma Programme is an exacting programme of pre-university studies, designed for students aged 16 to 18. The International School of Milan has been offering this course since September 1987.

The school is also home to a boarding facility.

Designed for student-user-friendliness, the International School of Milan campus is notable for its innovative, sustainable and functional architecture. The modern campus, inaugurated in September 2013, is only a few kilometres from the centre of Milan, in the Municipality of Baranzate.


School fees range from €9,560 to €22,470 annually. To see a list of extra services as well a breakdown of tuition fees year-by-year click here.


The school asks that parents first fill out an online enquiry form before being contacted by the school for an interview. Parents must bring academic records and a child may be required to sit entrance exams in Maths and/or languages (English and/or Italian). A child with learning difficulties must be assessed by the school’s support term for suitability.


The school is a 25-minute drive from Milan city centre, in the Municipality of Baranzate.

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Contact Details:

Via I° Maggio, 20, Baranzate / +39 02 872581 /

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