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PO Box 53, Budapest 1525, Hungary

Tel: 0036 26 556 000.
Fax: 0036 26 556 003
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.aisb.hu

Non Denominational, Co-ed day school teaching American, IB curricula.
Ages 4-19 (Kindergarten through grade 12).

Britannica International School

Aga utca 10, Budapest 1113, Hungary

Tel: (00 36 1) 466 9794
Email: [email protected]

International education based on the English National Curriculum for students aged 10 – 18 years. UK Key stage 3 SAT’s at age 14, Cambridge International GCSE examinations at 16, Cambridge AS/A Level examinations at age 16 – 18. Average class size in Secondary: 12 –14 students.  Scholarships offered and lower fees than in other International schools in Budapest due to some financial help from the Ministry of Education in Hungary.

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Kiscelli Koz 17, Budapest 1037, Hungary

Tel: 0036 1 200 8488 
Fax: 0036 1 200 9969
Email: [email protected]  / [email protected]
Web: www.bisb.hu

Non-Denominational, Independent, Co-educational day school; National Curriculum of England and Wales, IB; Ages 4 –16 (IB Diploma: ages 15-17).

Greater Grace International School of Budapest

Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b, Budapest 1125, Hungary

Tel: (00 36 1) 274-4053
Web: www.ggis.hu

Established in Budapest in 1991 by Christian missionaries, GGIS is a full-scale American primary and secondary school approved by American Christian Schools International (ACSI), featuring American curricula, the SAXON math programme and other supplemental materials. Class levels begin with an English preparatory programme for pre-schoolers and kindergarten and continues through primary grades (1 – 6), middle school (7 – 8), and high school (9 – 12). Diplomas are awarded in accordance with standard American practices. New campus located in 2nd District where most expats live.

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