Education in Quito


International Schools in Quito


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If you prefer an international school for your child(ren), Quito has several options where English and other foreign languages, like German, have more attention than in other schools. They may also offer a higher standard of learning and international diplomas which make entry to university abroad easier.

Several notable schools include:

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International Baccalaureate (IB)

The IB program is offered by a number of private schools. It is taught under the supervision of the International Baccalaureate Organisation. All students study languages, social science, experimental science, mathematics and arts.

The IB is divided into three programmes covering the following age ranges:

  • Primary Years Programme (PYP) ages 3-12
  • Middle Years Programme (MYP) ages 11-16
  • Diploma Programme (DP) ages 16-18

Update 24/01/2019


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