Looking for an international school in Munich for your child or children? We’ve put together a list of the best-known schools for expats:
International schools in Munich
Spacious, idyllic campus in Southern Bavaria. 1200 students from 65 nations, aged 4-18. Easy access from Munich via private school buses. Fully accredited IB World School. IB average 36 points (global avg. = 29.9). Makers’ Spaces, 8-lane track, iPads/laptops, libraries, and more.
A leading International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in Germany offering all 4 IB programmes. Two campuses (Munich-Schwabing and Haimhausen in the north of Munich). 1,150 students from 61 nations, ages 3 to 19. IB Diploma average score of 37 points (global avg. 33). Makerspaces, iPads & MacBooks (1:1), extensive after school activities, Eco school, bus shuttle and more.
St George’s British International School
St. George's has three core values - inspire, value and grow - that it instills in its pupils to educate and develop them throughout their formative years.
Jan Amos Comenius Grundschule
An elementry school that follows the Bavarian Education Plan, this school teaches in both German and English, using the immersion method.
International Bilingual School Munich
The IBSM provides an inspiring, bilingual learning environment to give its students a first-class international education.
European School Munich
Founded in 1977 when European integration was a desirable goal and shared dream, the ESM represents an educational system which guarantees European languages and cultural diversity for all.
Phorms Campus Munich
The Phorms Campus in Munich houses a nursery, primary and secondary schools. Children are taught in both English and German throughout their school career and follow the Bavarian curriculum.
Jules Verne Campus
At the Jules Verne Campus the philosophy is for children to enjoy learning every day. Their principles have been developed to ensure that this philosophy can be upheld throughout the school.
The Obermanzinger Gymnasium focuses on holistic personality development and offers a rhythmic daily routine that alternates between classroom instruction, independent learning and creative activities.