Student Mobility Programmes (Exchanges) make it possible for a student (S4 or S5) of one European school to spend one term studying in a European school (or accredited school) in another country. The exchange can be organized on a reciprocal basis or one way.
Temporarily visiting other schools in a different country gives students the chance to improve their language skills and to mature, through experiencing a different educational and cultural environment. European schools offer the possibility of hosting other students as well as supporting their students to visit other schools. Both can take place as real exchanges (visit and return visit) or as one-way visits. Mobility programmes take place regularly within the 1st semester of S4 and S5.
Every year, a handful of pupils from some of the 27 European and Accredited Schools spend the first term of the school year at our EEB3 school and several pupils from our school go to study at European Schools in other countries. This could be your child! Ideally, one, two or even more families can host or share hosting. In return, your own child can return at a later stage to that family, if you’d like, either on exchange or during the holidays.