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Bahrain Education

Bahrain Education

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Bahrain Education

Education in Bahrain

There are so many education options in Bahrain from nurseries to kindergartens, from primary to secondary schools, university to further education and adult education courses to language classes. There's so much to choose from! We take a look at many of the schools in Bahrain and also their curriculums, as well as fee structures and advice on making your choice. Take a look round the different categories below to help you make your decision in education...

  • Bahrain's Big School List

    We have a big list of schools including the curriculum that they offer and a little bit about each school. If you are moving to Bahrain, or looking for a school this is the one stop page where you can get a quick overview of Bahrain's expat schools including what the school's vision and mission is.

  • School Fees in Bahrain

    We have a round up here for you of most of the best and popular schools in Bahrain and their fees. We've also got the curriculum, grade, location and contact details for you to give you all the information you need when trying to find a school in your area. We really hope this helps with your search for the perfect school or college for your children in Bahrain

  • School Holiday Dates

    As a parent, you'll want to plan ahead and make sure you got the school year covered! This will include planning your summer vacation around the school terms, finding out when each school breaks for both public holidays and school terms can be tricky. Here we have put together all the holiday dates in one place from all the schools accross Bahrain

  • Education System

    There is sometimes a lot of confusion between the English, UK, Australian and American schools systems so here we have a handy chart for you (Education Systems Comparison UK USA Aus) so you can compare the ages, and terminology used in all the education and schooling systems. This should help you understand the grade versus year and age comparison.

  • Choosing a Nursery School

    Choosing the right nursery school for your little one can be a tough choice and trying to find out where all the best ones are can be tricky. You'll want to make sure you feel comfortable with the curricular and educational learning facilities as well as the ambiance and teaching experience. Here we have pulled together a list of all the local nurseries in Bahrain to set you on your way to discovering your perfect nursery or kindergarten.

  • Bahrain Ministry of Education

    The Directorate of Private education is the responsible body for supervising the Private Schools and Institutes. The Directorate with the coordination of the other directorates at the Ministry provide all the private educational institutes with technical support and assistance such as finding teachers to be appointed, Islamic education, Bahrain history and geography textbooks; and assigning specialists to supervise the teachers & more

  • Applying & Registering at Schools

    Many schools in Bahrain have a waiting list for the foundation years hence it is important to apply for the school well in advance in order to receive a place at the school of your choice. While many schools will accept children year round, it is normal for parents to beginning the application process in January for a September start. Most schools require an application fee or a registration fee (some require both)...

  • Universities in Bahrain

    Finishing school? Want to further your education - not sure who to approach? Here we take a look at your options in Bahrain for going to university and tertiary learning opportunities and also courses that are available to you. We've got a list of all the local universities in one place so you can save time by finding all the contact numbers and website addresses right here.

 
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