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BBIS BERLIN BRANDENBURG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

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APPLICATION PROCESS

Families interested in sending a child to BBIS or BBIS Boarding school should register their interest or submit their application through Open Apply. Applicants must fill the appropriate application forms and must submit all the required documentation for the application to be considered.

Please note that a non-refundable application fee is due at the time of application.
The fee for each submitted school application is 100 EUR and an additional 100 EUR to include boarding.

The completed applications will be processed by BBIS Admissions Office and applicants will be updated on their application status through OpenApply. Students may be tested and screened depending on age and language proficiency. This may include testing in mathematics, German, and English (to assess the requirements for EAL support).

If admission is granted, BBIS will issue a school contract and, if applicable, a boarding contract for signature along with the letter of acceptance and an invoice for the registration fee. In all cases, the parents or guardians are notified of the result of their application. The registration fee is a one-time fee used for investment in buildings and equipment. The parents will then have three weeks to countersign the contract and settle the registration fee. The student is then placed on the school roll. An invoice for tuition will be sent to the parents in August. Sixty percent of the total bill is due on September 1, forty percent on January 1.

We encourage all families to make an appointment and visit the campus before enrollment to discuss the student's transfer and the programme offered.

Probationary Admission

In some instances, applicants may be granted probationary admission. For the applicant to remain at school, criteria documented for the specific student under consideration must be met. The time period for the fulfillment of the conditions will be determined on a case-by-case basis at the time of admission. The school reserves the right to insist that probationary terms are met.

 

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