Steps to apply
Steps to apply
Below you will find an overview of the six steps of the application process, from inquiry to enrollment. Click on the links below to find further details about each step.
We are passionate about welcoming new families to the school and introducing them to what makes EIS unique. We are here to guide you through all stages of the application process, and to offer you individualized assistance. We know that phone calls and websites can’t capture the feeling of walking onto EIS’s campus and seeing the students and their teachers in their daily activities. We would be happy to meet with you to discuss our school and our admissions process, and show you our campus.
Please note that admissions meetings and school tours are available by appointment only.
Before starting the application process, please make sure that you have selected the correct grade level placement for your child. It is also very important that parents of students who have an individualized learning plan or who have been diagnosed or tested for any learning differences (e.g. ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Speech Delay, Autistic Spectrum Disorder etc.) have contacted the Admissions Office in order to ensure our ability to provide appropriate learning support.
Learning Support Services
In order to ensure that we are able to provide the appropriate level of learning support, we ask that all parents of child/ren with an individualized learning plan or diagnosed learning differences inform the Admissions Office before starting the application process. Please be prepared to provide all supporting documentation related to the IEP and/or the diagnosis, including (but not necessarily limited to):
- Previous year’s learning plan (IEP)
- A report stating diagnosis (could be one or more of the following)
- Psycho-educational report
- Doctors letter or medical report
- Psychologists report
- Grades and teacher comments
The School’s Learning Support Specialists will review the submitted documents to ensure that we can provide the appropriate level of support, and the Admissions Office will convey to the family the decision of the Learning Support Specialists.
Please note that it is not in the student’s best interest to withhold information that would allow the school to make a determination as to whether the school can support the student’s learning and wellbeing. If, after admission, it is discovered that such information existed but was not provided, we must reserve the right to withdraw our offer of admission.
Starting the Application
The application process is completed entirely online. The process is a straightforward one, however if you require any assistance, the Admissions Team is here to help. Any potential applicant can register initial interest.
The Application Fee of DKK 1.000 pr. child is paid as part of the Application process.
Once you have started the online application, you will receive an invoice for the application fee via email. The Application Fee is non-refundable.
As soon as we receive a fully completed application from you, your child’s file will undergo a detailed review by our Admissions Committee. This committee includes the Elementary/Middle School Principal, Associate Principal, Counselor and other members of the educational team. Each student’s application is given careful consideration. This may involve some additional follow-up in certain cases, when we feel this is necessary to enable us to make a decision.
When the Admissions Committee has reached a decision, this is communicated to you via email.
Please be aware that signing the Enrollment Agreement is part of the enrollment procedure for all students. You will receive the Enrollment Agreement via email. You don’t have to scan the agreement, we do need to archive the original version with your original signature on it. Please send the signed agreement back to the Admissions Office via regular post or as a scanned email.
Please understand that your children cannot be enrolled until the school receives the signed Enrollment Agreement back.