Prospective Students

If you are considering applying to the IB Diploma Programme at ISH  and would like to learn more about the programme and our school, you are very  welcome to sign up for an ‘ISHxperience Day’ and/or our annual 'Open Day'. These days are fantastic for getting an overview of the IB Diploma Programme at ISH and for prospective students to experience our school and the programme hands-on.

For a general introduction to the High School at the International School of Hellerup, please visit this page.

Any student interested in joining our high school is welcome to join us on Thursday, 20th January from 19:00 - 20:00 (GMT+1) for a virtual visit to our high school! 

The High School Virtual Open Day is an excellent opportunity to learn more about our school, discover the benefits of the IB MYP 5 and Diploma Programme at ISH, explore course options and learn more about our scholarship programme. This year, due to the current covid status, the Open Day will take place online.

At the Virtual Open Day, ISH students and teachers will meet you online and provide presentations about the school. You will meet some of our subject teachers and hear our students tell you about their experiences in the IB Diploma Programme. The Open Day will take place via Google Meet and will take approximately one hour. 
 

You will receive a link to the online event upon registration.

A great way to experience our school and academic programmes hands-on is to visit our high school for an ISHxperience Day.

During an ISHxperience Day, ISH students greet you and guide you through a normal day at the school. You will get to experience the programme, academics, lunch break and social life of the school through a student's eyes.

Our teachers and students will be there to answer your questions and get to know you.

We offer two ISHxperience Days this year on Tuesday, February 1st and Tuesday, February 8th.

Click here to book your visit

Please note that you will need a valid corona pass or negative COVID test when visiting the school.