Only for the IB Diploma Programme and Career-Related Programme we also welcome residential students (aged 16 till 19), who live on the campus. Click here if you want to apply to become a residential student.
We look forward to your application!
For the current school year 2023-2024, Year 3 (age 7-8), Year 9 (age 13-14) and Year 10 (age 14-15) are already full. Applications for these classes will be processed for a waitlist offer. For the remainder of the current school year, there is no more entry into IBDP/CP.
Please make sure, as a day student, you qualify under one of the following conditions (according to Dutch law on international education):
We are required by law to review eligibility requirements upon entry and also upon change of curriculum programme between Primary and Secondary divisions. As a Dutch international school, we provide an English-medium education to students living in the Maastricht border region. Due to limited availability, we prioritize applicants who do not have other options in the local educational system (due to language or residency status).
We aspire to be inclusive for all students; however, our school has limited resources and therefore we review each application to determine if we can meet the needs of the individual student. Additional supporting documents may be required for students who need extra support.
The first two steps of the application process are:
And paying the non-refundable application fee of €730 per student. Please pay this fee by bank transfer to:
Address: ABN AMRO BANK:
Gustav Mahlerlaan 10
1082 PP Amsterdam
Clearly mark the transfer ‘Application Fee’ with your child(ren)’s name(s).
You will receive an automated email with further steps. You will be asked to submit the following required documents:
The review process of your application will begin after we receive a complete application (see all steps above). Review normally takes 4 weeks if no additional documents are required.
In peak times (April – September) this review may take longer. An application may be accepted, refused, or a student may be offered a place on the waiting list. Official placement offers are communicated via email confirming a set start date. Placement offers need to be accepted within 5 days of receipt by email confirmation. After acceptance of this offer, a later starting date will result in full payment of all days not attended or being placed on the waiting list.
After acceptance of our placement offer you will be asked to:
Admissions priority is given to: