Studying abroad is a fantastic way to develop independence and maturity. It is also a way to learn new languages, meet new people, and develop new skills, being social, sporting and artistic, amongst others. This opportunity appears prior to university, and can be a way for students to experience what it’s like to live and study abroad.
Students who have spent time in an international school have enjoyed incredible facilities, which can include sporting amenities such as tennis courts, swimming pools and equipment for mountain sports, and artistic resources such as theatres, art studios and photography labs. Many institutions offer cutting-edge technology such as robotics labs, programming classes, 3D printing and much more to tempt budding scientists.
Programs can vary greatly in length, from two weeks to several years, and Alma Mater is familiar with all the best programs in Switzerland, the UK, the USA, Australia and other countries so as to tailor the best package for each student.
Independence, Maturity, Learning
From 14 years of age
There is a wide range of options in terms of size and location. Prep Schools offer an American High School Diploma, with AP subjects, a wide choice of electives, and unparalleled preparation for American colleges.
11+, 13+ and 16+ years
British schools will prepare students for A-Levels or the IB Diploma - programs which are recognized by universities around the world. The UK's schools are mainly on beautiful, spacious estates, combining traditional with innovative educational resources.
From 9 to 17 years
Some of the best schools in the world. Offering a multilingual experience, exceptional extracurricular activities and a tailor-made international academic curriculum. Students can choose between doing the A-Level, IB Diploma, US High School Diploma, BAC and Abitur international academic programs.