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The International Parents and Students Support Group
of subsidised international schools in the Netherlands


useful links


Here you can find more information about international education in the Netherlands
and how it relates to the Dutch educational system. Educaide is committed to assist all
important stakeholders with a broad range of issues pertaining to international
education, always bearing the best interest of students in mind.


On this website you find information on the IPC/ International Primary Curriculum for
5-11 yrs and the IMYC/International Middle Years Curriculum for 12-14 yrs.


This is the website offering information on the IGCSE/International General Certificate
of Secondary Education, 14-16 yrs


This is the website of the International Baccalaureate Organisation and the IB Global
Centre, The Hague. This website offers information on all four IB programs:
IB-PYP/ IB Primary Years Programme
IB-MYP/ IB Middle Years Programme
IB-CP/ IB Career-related Programme
IB-DP/ IB Diploma Programme
All DISS/ Dutch International Secondary schools offer the IB Diploma Programme for 16-18 yrs.


This is the website of the DIS, the Dutch International Schools. The website offers
information on all subsidised Dutch International Schools. Please note that the school
fees are mandatory and non-negotiable.


Here you can find information for internationals moving to the Netherlands. ACCESS is
an independent non-profit volunteer organisation serving, for already more than 30
years, internationals to successfully settle in the Netherlands!


This website provides general information for expats living in, or moving to the


www.xpat.nl & www.hollandbooks.nl
The XPat Journal is the premier English-language magazine for expatriates living in the
Netherlands and has been in publication since 1998. Twice a year The XPat Journal is
published as a digital magazine, and twice a year it appears as a traditional, thick,
glossy, in-depth print version.
Xpat Media publishes once per year the Holland Handbook, an all-encompassing book
with useful information for expats, expat organisations and HR of international

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