What are the programme’s objectives?

The purpose of European Schools is to provide education to the children of the staff of EU institutions, permanent representations and other agencies. 

Education at European Schools is free of charge for these children and for the children of the school’s teachers and administrative staff. European Schools may also be attended by the children of staff of private companies under contracts concluded with the Board of Governors of the European Schools. In this case, the private companies pay tuition fees at an agreed contractual amount. 

Other children may be taught at European Schools if there is spare capacity – in this case their parents pay full tuition fees. 

Who is the programme’s target group?

teachers of nursery, primary and secondary schools, and where appropriate universities

  • Teachers and school staff

Which countries are involved in the programme? 

  • Belgium
  • France
  • Italy
  • Finland
  • Ireland
  • Luxembourg
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • Great Britain

Contact us

Approved schools

  • Scuola per l’Europa, Parma, Italy
  • Centre for european Schooling, Dunshaughlin, Ireland
  • School of European Education, Heraklion, Greece
  • European Schooling, Helsinki, Finland
  • European School of Strasbourg, France

European Schools - Type I