The International School Utrecht welcomes international students living in Utrecht and the surrounding area.
The International School Utrecht
If you have children, finding a good school in the Utrecht Region and getting them settled in quickly is a priority. Fortunately, you can feel confident in the highly regarded International School Utrecht (ISUtrecht), which provides an assured and accessible learning environment to primary and secondary students from diverse international backgrounds.
ISUtrecht is a fully accredited International Baccalaureate World School teaching the Primary Years, Middle Years and Diploma Programme. Enrolment in August 2016 was more than 400 students, representing some 30 nationalities. Community spirit, from the local to the global, forms a key part of the school's ethos.
ISUtrecht has an active Parents Support Group that welcomes new parents and organises social events for both parents and the whole school community. Parent volunteers also help with guided reading, school trips and safe cycling lessons. Every year the school community sponsors one or more local and global charities, for which students organise fundraising events.
Fee and funding structure
The ISU is funded and recognised by the Dutch government and it welcomes international students living in Utrecht and the surrounding area. The funding provided by the Dutch Government ensures the International School Utrecht has a fee structure that is accessible to many families.
The Dutch Education System
In the Netherlands, school is compulsory for children from the age of 5 until 16, or until they have a diploma. The philosophy behind the Dutch education system is to encourage pupils to live and learn in an open-minded, independent, and creative manner.Find out more about the Dutch education system.
The ISU is an IB World School, accredited to deliver the International Baccalaurete Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme and Diploma Programme.