List Of International Schools In South Africa

An international school is a school that promotes international education, in an international environment, either by adopting a curriculum such as that of the International Baccalaureate, Edexcel, Cambridge Assessment International Education or International Primary Curriculum, or by following a national curriculum.

International Schools In South Africa

Find the international schools in South Africa below;

International School of SA

American International School of Johannesburg

Hout Bay International School

German International School Cape Town

The International Academy of Health and Skin Care

British International College

American International School of Cape Town

International School of Cape Town

Blouberg International School

Amity International School

African Union International School

Chesterhouse International School

International School of Helderberg

International Hotel School

Are international schools private schools?

The majority of these schools are private, non-profit institutions with considerable parental involvement in their governance. … American international schools are designed to provide a core curriculum that prepares students to enter schools, colleges, and universities in the United States.

What qualifications do I need to teach in an international school?

Typical Qualifications required to teach abroad in registered international schools:

  • PGCE (England, Wales, Aus, NZ, Canada etc)
  • PGDE (Scotland)
  • Higher Diploma of Education (Ireland, South Africa)
  • Masters of Education.
  • Full (non-temporary, non-emergency) state certification (US and Canada)

How much do international teachers earn?

As a teacher abroad, it’s perfectly reasonable to earn a decent salary — in top-paying countries, this can be from $2,000 to over $5,000 per month! — depending on the country and region.

What is the difference between national and international schools?

National schools serve primarily families who are from that country and raise their kids there. Some foreign parents choose to enroll their children in national schools, usually those who plan to be in country for many years, or don’t have the option to enroll in an international school.

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