The European School Copenhagen is a public international school. This means that the education at the school is free and that there are no waiting lists to the school. The school admits children based on a specific set of criteria and a language screening.
The European School Copenhagen offers one year of nursery class. The nursery class at the European School Copenhagen follows the values and educational principles of the European Schools’ Early Education curriculum.
The upper secondary cycle consists of grade S5-S7 and leads to the European Baccalaureate diploma, which is an officially recognised entry qualification for higher education in all the EU member states and many other countries
DR P4 Eftermiddag interviewed our Deputy Director Julie Rørdam Thom and student Laurits Wamberg about our new Upper Secondary School/Gymnasium, and EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager added her insights about a European education.
Would you like to know more about the European School Copenhagen and are you considering applying for Nursery class (børnehaveklasse) or Primary 1-5 (1. til 5. klasse), then come along to our virtual information evening from 17:00-18:30 on Monday 23 November 2020.