No, we are not.
No, we are not.
I am afraid no, we are not a Tier 4 school and cannot sponsorise families settling in the UK.
There is no admissions exam or test. However, to enter the Lycée in Première (Year 12) or Terminale (Year 13), we ask for the school reports before sending an offer. In addition, we occasionally require a prospective student to complete a French test to assess the strength of his or her linguistic skills, for example when the student wishes to join the French Bilingual Track.
To receive Financial help:
FRENCH CONSULATE > for French citizens only.
FSF > helping the families registering at Lycée International or CFBL, (French or not)
For French citizens: Consulat Général de France
If your child is a French national, the Social Services of the French Consulate manages a scholarship programme.
For further information, including deadlines for applications, please click on the link below.
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Absolutely not. Students from English-speaking families are very welcome in our school, as we have two tracks:
the French Bilingual Programme (taught 70% in French and 30% in English and a third language)
the English International Programme / IBDP (taught 70% in English and 30% in French and a third language for students having a strong French level. Otherwise, we suggest students to strengthen their French before adding a third language).
However, the Primary school is indeed bilingual (50/50) so for students who do not speak any french applying for Year 5/CM1 or Year 6 / CM2, we will not be able to welcome them.
They are both excellent and rigorous diplomas! Universities all over the world like the French Baccalaureate and the IBDP! You can find out more information through our website or by emailing our IB Coordinator, Mrs Maaike Kaandorp: email@example.com or our Careers Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-registration fees: You will have to create an online pre-registration file and include proof of your £100 payment by bank transfer. Without the payment proof attached to the file, we won’t be able to consider your application.
Registration fees: Once your online pre-registration form and £100 payment have been received, we will email you the Offer of Place for your child. You will then have 8 days to accept the place by completing the online registration file, uploading all the required documentation and paying a total of £2,250 (£1,250 registration fee and £1,000 advance payment deducted from the first term).
School fees 2020-2021:
Early year programme (Petite et Moyenne section) = £15,400 (special discounted rate for students joining in 2020-21 = £13,363)
Grande Section (Maternelle) = £13,364
Primary (Primaire) = £12,481
Lower-Secondary (Collège) = £12,481
Upper-Secondary (Lycée) = £13,364
EIP and IBDP = £19,609
Postpone > we can freeze the £1,250 first registration fee you paid for one or two years (although the £1,000 advance payment is non-refundable). This means you would secure a seat for your child for the following year and you would only have to pay the £1,000 advance for the first term. But you would still have to restart the registration process again online as some of the information provided can change. Cancellation > as per our T&C’s, the £2,250 is non-refundable.
For the academic year 2020-21:
The 2020-21 registrations are open from October 2019. We still have few spaces left, so you can start the registration process now on our website.