The International School of Busan, formally known as the Busan International Foreign School, began in 1983 with the aim to provide international students with quality life-leading education from Pre-K to Year 12. They are a not-for-profit school that is also an independent, non-denominational and family orientated environment. The International School of Busan also encourages its students to give back through forms of community service.
The International School of Busan is divided into three programs, the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), and Diploma Programme (DP). During their school days, students also have access to science and computer labs, art rooms, music rooms, a gym, outdoor tennis and soccer facilities, libraries and playgrounds.
Ranging from preschool to high school, students are placed in grades according to their age on September 1st of their year of entry. The International School of Busan admits both Korean and foreign students. A guideline on the application process can be found here, while the online application can be found here.
International schools tend to have higher tuition fees than private, national, or public schools. In addition to the cost of tuition, there are one time only fees that are required prior to entrance, including the application fee, enrollment fee, Technology Development fee, and the Capital Development fee. A detailed guide to the school’s fees can be found here. The International School of Busan also offers financial assistance in some cases.
A list of the teachers and staff at the International School of Busan can be found here.
Interested in becoming a teacher at the International School of Busan? Teaching at a renowned international school is a great choice for those looking to elevate their career. Information about employment opportunities can be viewed here.
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