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Education in Bavaria

German schools represent more than just an opportunity for your child to learn a second language and experience a foreign culture. Enrolling your child in a German school can help integrate both of you into the local community. What's more, the public education system is government-subsidized and, therefore, tuition-free.

German schools represent more than just an opportunity for your child to learn a second language and experience a foreign culture. Enrolling your child in a German school can aid in the integration of both the child and the parents in the community. What's more, the public education system is government-subsidized and is therefore tuition free.

International schools are accustomed to dealing with children from all over the world and with varied linguistic backgrounds. One advantage of the international education system is portability and continuity of the curriculum, which helps prevent learning gaps if the family moves to another location or returns home. And as private schools, they can often afford better facilities, extensive extracurricular activities and longer hours - in some cases up to 6 p.m. But you pay for the privilege: tuition fees can run to well over 17,000 euros a year. For more information see The German School System.

Here is an overview of the educational options in Munich and Bavaria:

 

International Schools

 

Bilingual Preschools and Kindergartens

 

Higher Education

 

Further Education

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