The Admissions Process

How to apply

In order to apply for admission to AIS, you should first contact the admissions team, who can guide you through the process and provide you with the information you need. This will normally happen in a short 1-hour meeting, where we can meet you and your child, and show you around the school. 

Once you have visited the school and met with our addmissions team and are now ready to apply, you application for admission to AIS go through OpenApply. Here it will be reviewed by our admissions team. 

 

Please read on for the following instructions belowe about our admissions process and the documentation you may need to provide. 

Got a question?

 

Admissions
admissions@ais-aarhus.dk

Fee Overview for the year 2023/2024. Please note, these are a guidance only and subject to change. For full terms and conditions, please see the Fees and Terms page.

Steps 1-5 must be completed before consideration for a seat can be given.
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Submit Application:

Complete and submit the online application.
Please be sure to enter “Preferred start date.”

Student Information Form:

The three (3) documents you need to have ready before filling out this form are:

a / Scan of your child’s most recent school report,
b / Picture of the student
c / Picture of passport (the page with the photo)
OR picture of “yellow card” (in Danish: sygesikringsbevis)

Admission Screening Form / Early Years Parent-guardian Child Assessment Form:

This document is intended to be completed by the parents/guardians to help the Admissions Team understand each student’s educational and personal history.

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After the completion of these steps, your application will be reviewed by the Admissions Team.

Please note that the Admissions team has the right to refuse and accept any application based on their assessment of the applicant’s suitability in light of the educational program AIS is able to offer.

Teacher Recommendation Form:

This document is to be completed by the current or previous classroom teacher to help the Admission Team members understand each student’s specific academic achievement and performance levels.

Fees & Terms Agreement:

This document is intended to be completed by the parents/guardians to help the Admissions Team understand each student’s educational and personal history.

Accepting an offer

If the Admissions Team accepts your application, they will notify you on OpenApply. Please note that not all classes have spaces, so your child(ren) may be placed on the waiting list until a spot opens up.

Once a space becomes available for your child(ren), you will be contacted again by the Admissions Team via Open Apply and asked to pay the Confirmation Fee. This is to be submitted no later than the deadline given by the school. Only once this is received, is your child’s seat secure and we can confirm your child’s enrolment. Please note that the Confirmation Fee represents partial payment of the Capital Fee per child. The Confirmation Fee is nonrefundable if you choose not to come to AIS after you have confirmed enrollment of your child.

Please note: Should you choose to postpone your child’s start date after having been offered a seat, you may risk losing the seat.

Admissions Team:

admissions@ais-aarhus.dk

More about us

Early Years

At AIS our aim is to provide the best possible learning experiences for young children (3-6yrs). As students progress through the programmes they continually build upon and develop their independence, self confidence and sense of responsibility for their learning, providing them with a learning continuum that prepares them emotionally, socially and intellectually for the more formal environments of the main school.

Primary Years

The PYP focuses on the development of the whole child as an inquirer, both in the classroom and in the world outside. It is an international, transdisciplinary programme designed to foster the development of the whole child. We focus on the total growth of the developing child encompassing social, physical, emotional and cultural needs in addition to academic welfare.

 

Middle Years

At AIS, the Middle School caters to students from MYP1 to MYP5 (Grades 6 to 10) and aims to provide them with a balanced, comprehensive and transferable education. We offer an IB inspired Middle Years Programme, as well as a programme of extracurricular activities as enrichment.

More info

Should you have any questions regarding admissions, please do not hesitate to contact our admissions team.