Our schools have an international profile. We follow the Swedish curriculum, however certain parts of the education is taught in English led by staff with English as their native language. We believe in setting high standards of social order and discipline, frequent monitoring of student achievements and results. Thus, ensuring that all students succeed in school in a manner that is positive and productive.

Yes, we have a uniform policy for all students and a dresscode for all staff. The reasons for this are several:

  • It strengthens the international atmosphere of our schools (uniforms are common in international schools).
  • It creates a fellowship culture among the students.
  • It builds a high ambition-focused culture at school.
  • It makes everyone equal since no one uses branded clothing.

At the start of every school year, we provide five clothes items to all students – shirt, cardigan, short sleeved pique and indoor shoes for use in school. The clothes are provided free of charge to all students.

Fully expanded, our schools will have grades 4-9.

If enough people request juniors club, then, it is offered to students in grades 4 and 5.

You report your children to the queue by filling in the Queue Form for the school location that you are interested in. You will find a link to the Queue Forms in the Admissions tab on our website. Be sure to choose the right location for your queue notification!

You can find out your current location by contacting us at info@nordicinternational.se. Please note that your position in the queue system can change continuously due to siblings, that, for the school, holds priority.

No, all our schools are free of charge and are funded by the Swedish school voucher system. Even school clothes are provided free of charge.

You can submit an expression of interest to work with us on the Careers tab our website.

If you have any questions please send us an e-mail on: info@nordicinternational.se or call us on: +46(0)10-205 17 10