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German International School Sydney offers two scholarships for IB Diploma candidates

The German International School Sydney offers two full scholarships for outstanding candidates to take up the world-renowned International Baccalaureate Diploma.

The scholarship is aimed at:

English native speakers with demonstrated high academic potential and personal integrity. Potential scholars should have an interest in studying in and forming part of a multicultural learning environment. German language skills are not a prerequisite, but the willingness to study the language at the appropriate level is desired (classes at all levels, beginner to advanced are available). Students with good language skills may be able to attain the prestigious bilingual IB diploma, as do most of our current students.

The scholarship consists of a full waiver of the school’s tuition fees. Successful candidates will have to pay a contribution towards the scholarship fund as well as registration fees with the school and the IBO. Please note that our school follows the northern hemisphere timetable (July-June).

Further details are available from the school website:

3 Responses to German International School Sydney offers two scholarships for IB Diploma candidates

  1. Cessi June 3, 2011 at 11:37 am #

    Was looking at this school for after next year 🙂
    Hope they’ll keep the same thing for then too!

  2. rana al-ayech August 24, 2011 at 2:22 pm #

    Dear Sir
    kindly i need to know how can my twins get a scholarship for IB program they are 16 years old(boy and girl) and i have all the necessary documents
    ( in English- PDF form )shows that they are High achievers at school.
    could you please tell me about your conditions to get the full scholarship at one of your schools.
    Thanks in advance.
    looking forward to contact soon
    Best Regards,

    Rana Al-Ayech

  3. English September 5, 2011 at 1:16 pm #

    I think that it is brilliant that this school is offering such an opportunity, I think that it not only encourages people onto the course, but gives hope to other young hopefuls along the way.

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