Malmö has two compulsory schools and two upper secondary schools who teach in english. Malmö International School and the Malmö Borgar School are free of charge as they receive municipal subsidies. Bladins International School receives a state subsidiary and is allowed to collect fees.
Malmö International School
Malmö International School provides education for approximately 140 students, aged 6−16. The primary school, with students aged 6−12, follows the Primary Years Programme and is an authorized International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.
The curriculum followed by students aged 12−16 is based on the Swedish National Curriculum. Students in these classes receive Swedish grades, which enables them to enter higher education in Sweden and abroad. Tuition is free of charge.
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Malmö Borgarskola is an upper secondary school in which around 230 pupils study for the comprehensive IB Diploma, i.e. the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO). Malmö Borgarskola encourages a preparatory year called PRIB. The tuition is free of charge.
Bladin's International School - The Compulsory School
The compulsory school at Bladin's International School has approximately 245 students aged 3 to 16. The International School follows the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) and charges a tuition fee.
Read more about Bladin's International School at www.bladins.se
Read more about the International Baccalaureate Organization at www.ibo.org
Bladin's International School - The Upper Secondary School
Bladin's upper secondary school follows the Swedish National Curriculum. The Social Science Programme is, in fact, an English-taught version of the Swedish ‘Samhällsvetenskapsprogrammet´. There is no tuition fee for the Upper Secondary School's classes.
Read more about the Social Science programme at Bladin's International School at bladins.se