International Schools in Germany – Germany Schools.
Berlin Berlin Brandenburg Berlin British School Berlin International Berlin Metropolitan School John F. Kennedy School Nelson Mandela International School State International School Bonn Bonn International School Indep’dent Bonn International Dresden Dresden International Düsseldorf International School Frankfurt Frankfurt International Internationale Schule Haimhausen Bavarian International School Hamburg Internationale Schule Hannover School of Hannover Region Heidelberg Heidelberg International Herzogenaurach Franconian International Kandern Black Forest Academy Leipzig Leipzig International Munich Bavarian International Munich International Neuss ISR International Schule am Rhein in Neuss GmbH Potsdam Erasmus International Salem Salem International College Stuttgart International School Weimar Thuringia International School Wiesbaden International School.
This is the online directory with the main schools in Germany that offer an Education in English. The programmes vary from the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) programme, which includes PYP, MYP and Diploma to the British GCSE and GCE examination systems. All schools are required to satisfy the requirements of the German national system.
The International Baccalaureate Organizations Diploma Programme was created in 1968. It is a demanding pre-university course of study that leads to examinations. It is designed for highly motivated secondary school students aged 16 to 19. The programme has earned a reputation for rigorous assessment, giving IB diploma holders access to the worlds leading universities. The Diploma Programmes grading system is criterion-referenced, which means that each students performance is measured against well-defined levels of achievement. These are consistent from one examination session to the next and are applied equally to all schools.The IBO has shown, over the course of 30 years, that students are well prepared for university work. They are accepted by universities in more than 110 countries.
IB Diploma and German University Entrance.
1. An International Baccalaureate Diploma/Diplome du Baccalaureat International issued in accordance with the regulations of the “International Baccalaureate Organization/Office du Baccalaureat International” shall be recognized as valid for university admission, if it has been obtained after attending at least twelve years of full-time education, and if the following requirements are met: a) The six examination subjects taken for the “International Baccalaureate Diploma/Diplome du Baccalaureat International” (IB) must conform to IB conditions: – two languages (one of which at least must be a foreign language studied uninterruptedly as “Language A”), – one natural science subject (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), – Mathematics (Mathematical Methods or Mathematics HL or Further Mathematics together with Mathematics HL), – One social science subject (History, Geography, Economics). The sixth compulsory subject may be one of the above or one of the following subjects recognized by the IB: – Art/Design, Music 1, Theatre Arts; another modern foreign language; Latin, Classical Greek; General Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Environmental Systems, Computer Science, Design Technology; Philosophy, Psychology, Social Anthropology, Business and Organization 2. b) One of the three subjects, apart from the continuously studied Language A, to be taken at higher level for the “International Baccalaureate Diploma/Diplome du Baccalaureat International”, must be Mathematics or a Natural Science subject such as Biology, Chemistry or Physics. c) All subjects must have been taken uninterruptedly up to the end of the school career. d) Candidates must earn a minimum IB Grade of 4 on the six compulsory subjects1. Where an IB grade of 3 is awarded in one subject only, it is possible to compensate for this if another subject taken at the same level has been awarded at least an IB Grade 5, and an total of 24 points has been attained. e) German diploma holders who have elected to take German as one of the two compulsory languages must state this to be “Language A” (A1 or A2). In either case, German diploma holders must supply proof of having studied a second foreign language in addition to the required continued study of the foreign language (A1 or A2) for at least four years during their school careers. German diploma holders, who have attended a school abroad not providing German courses, must supply proof of competence in German before being accepted for higher studies; such details are defined by the regulations in force in the relevant Federal State.