Physical address: 42 Erou Iancu Nicolae Street, Voluntari 077190, Romania
Telephone: +40 21 267 8919 / +40 728 133 433
Teaching language: English
Ages: 2 to 18
Curriculum: English National Curriculum, Cambridge IGCSE, and A-Levels
"The British School of Bucharest (BSB) is one of the leading international schools in Romania. Opened in 2000, located in a unique setting and with a culture that embraces all in a positive, caring and warm environment, we attract over 600 students from 50 nations around the world. The British School of Bucharest is committed to developing confident, motivated, self-disciplined learners who can realise their full potential and make a responsible contribution to the world.
The core aim of the school is to provide the international student body with the educational and social skills needed for tomorrow’s world. A very good pupil-to-teacher ratio and small class sizes ensure a personalised and highly supportive learning environment, with 100-percent native English teachers. BSB believes in the importance of educating the person as a whole, which remains central to its mission and ethos. At BSB, the teachers are passionate about providing every learner with the encouragement and support to develop their academic abilities, wide-ranging interests and sense of personal values."
The British School of Bucharest provides a comprehensive international education based on the National Curriculum for England. The school offers a positive, stimulating, secure and caring environment that encourages the fulfilment of individual potential and the growth of self-esteem and self-confidence in all areas – academic, social and personal.
The school is divided into three main phases:
- Early Years Foundation Stage (ages 2 to 5)
- Primary Stage (ages 5 to 11)
- Secondary Stage (ages 11 to 18)
School fees for the 2021/2022 academic year range from 3,070 EUR for Pre-Nursery (half day) to 19,195 EUR for Years 7 to 13. This amount includes a reservation deposit of 4,500 EUR per pupil. Fees are paid annually.
For the 2021/2022 academic year, registration fees range from 800 EUR for Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Reception to 3,000 EUR for Years 1 to 13.
From the headmaster
"The British School of Bucharest is a very special international school, with multiple certificates and accreditation from local and international institutions, that has aided numerous students to continue their education in some of the most prestigious universities worldwide. The school tailors the educational programme to each individual student’s requirement, to empower them to study further based on their skills, abilities and dreams.
"The International Schools Inspectorate rated us as 'excellent' in all educational aspects, BSB being the only school in Romania to have received this distinction. The main body of their report, from February 2018, confirms my confidence in the education that we provide for the children.
"We believe that a child has to grow completely in all areas – academic, social and personal – and that’s what we encourage at BSB. Uniquely among Bucharest’s schools, all of our teachers are first-language English speakers, with great experience in the British curricula. Many of them are graduates of respected universities among which are Oxford and Cambridge, BSB being the only school in Romania with the privilege to accommodate graduates from such prestigious schools in the team. I am more than proud to work alongside our dedicated, hardworking, highly talented staff that contributes to making BSB unique!
"A wealth of opportunity is available to young people today and we strive to inspire our students to become responsible citizens and leaders in communities and professions around the world. For this, we recognise and then develop each child’s talents within and beyond the classroom curriculum and also through our huge range of extra-curricular activities, building their confidence and further increasing their enjoyment of learning. We are proud to offer the excellence of British education to our pupils and to always see them happy in BSB’s family.”
– Philip Walters