In the Netherlands, there are four types of international schools:
- government-funded Dutch schools with an international education department;
- private international schools;
- foreign national schools;
- schools associated with embassies.
[Source: Study, Internationaal onderwijs in Nederland, Regioplan, 2016]
An international school follows either an international curriculum, or a curriculum that is in line with the educational system and legislation of a specific country other than the Netherlands. These schools are mainly attended by foreign children.
The 'Checklist International Schools' will help choosing a school.
Overview of international schools in the region:
Elckerlyc International Primary School
The British School in the Netherlands
The Foundation for International Education in the Netherlands has the full list of international schools in the country.