International School of Milan

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

About

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.

Fees

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.

Admissions

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.

Location

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 / http://internationalschoolsgroup.it/school/milan



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