New European School Copenhagen  

Now Open for Applications


Denmark’s new international state school opens in August and is now accepting applications for school admission.

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International and Danish parents interested in a multi-lingual and multi-cultural education for their children are invited to join an orientation meeting at the new European School Copenhagen (ESCPH). The meeting takes place at Sankt Annae Gymnasium Wednesday January 29, and the deadline for submitting applications is February 17.

ESCPH will start up with an English language and Danish language section, with a nursery and primary class in each language section. The new school is a department of the internationally-renowned Sankt Annæ Gymnasium, which holds strong traditions within languages, the natural sciences, music and song. The four new classes which start up in August will be closely linked as it is intended that lasting friendships are forged between students from ESCPH and Sankt Annæ Gymnasium.

The objective of the European School Copenhagen is to offer a high educational standard to children whose parents are employed by the EU and children of parents working for international companies, as well as Danish children.

The new school’s educational principles are based on respect, tolerance and understanding of different cultures and aim to prepare students for an adult life as European citizens with a global awareness in a democratic society.

Studies at the European School end with the European Baccalaureate exam (EB), which is recognised for its high academic standards and as an entry qualification to higher education the worldwide. All students also receive tuition in a foreign language from primary class.

For further information, please visit the website of the European School Copenhagen.

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