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Seoul has a number of international schools in its major district area catering to a wide range of nationalities. Nearly all of expats in Korea choose to send their children to international schools instead of local Korean public schools due to language barriers and curriculums. International schools in Korea provide education in English or in other languages. There are a number of IB world schools, British schools and American schools in Korea. See the details about tuitions, location, school bus route, class sizes, extra curriculums, lunch menu and curriculum offered. International schools in Korea are open to both local Koreans and international students.

 

When enrolling your child into an international school in Korea for the first time, it’s important to check what curriculum the international school uses for its students. While in preschool and kindergarten, it might not be as important. However, once your child starts hitting the elementary school level and beyond, it becomes more and more critical. The great thing is that most international schools anticipate these concerns. The majority of international schools in Korea will offer a full range of programs for children of all ages. International schools for the most part will adopt one curriculum based from a single country. Many of them will be accredited according to an international standard. This will help a lot with making sure that your son or daughter doesn’t fall behind from the rest of their age group in their home country. It means that what they will be able to transition easily back into their home country if they ever decide to return home. 

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