- Eligibility for admission into both the kindergarten program and the primary school program is regulated by state laws. Priority is given to those with permanent residence in the given school district.

- We are not allowed to use any form of screening in admissions decisions.

- Due to the large number of applicants, parents are asked to fill out an interest form at the selected partner institution (school/kindergarten). Normally, these forms become available in January for the primary schools, and after the open day in April for the kindergarten. Please contact our partner institutions for application deadlines. Should you have any questions, please contact prmanager@bilingual.hu

- Priority for primary school admissions is given to students arriving from our kindergarten program at Százszorszép (Daisy) Kindergarten.

- Our partner institutions hold open days and information sessions in February. You can find more information and details under the “Events” tab.

- In our experience, students who acquire a solid language base in our kindergarten program are more successful at adapting to the demands of primary school. In order to help children coming from other programs adapt to our school program successfully, we offer (on demand) an English preparatory program, about which you can also find information here.

-Those wishing to transfer into our program mid-year:

Most mid-year incoming transfers are students from foreign schools whose language skills meet our standards. It is up to the school principal to decide on testing procedures for incoming students, if there are available spots in the class. Any necessary remedial courses in Hungarian must be arranged by the family.

- Children in 2nd or 3rd grade who are complete beginners may only be admitted into the program if they are exceptionally motivated to learn the language. Any remedial English courses outside the curriculum must be arranged by the family. Children are welcome to attend the program for a trial day before making a decision.

- In higher grades, incoming transfer students from the Hungarian school system will need to take a language test.

- Parents should be aware that incoming students from foreign schools who have never used Hungarian at school may find the initial period to be exceptionally difficult, as our partner schools are Hungarian state schools that in essence follow a traditional Hungarian curriculum.