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Frequently Asked Questions

The UIS Bilingual Pathway is an exciting addition to our School community. It is for students aged 6 - 16.

UIS Bilingual is a unique pathway catering to:

  • Families that have Swedish roots, and a global outlook or aspiration for their child.
  • For local and international families alike, that wish to make Sweden their home, but also keep the door open for an international move.
  • For families wanting to provide a local and global university opportunity for their child at graduation.

UIS Bilingual is unique in how it focusses on Swedish and about Sweden during the compulsary school for students aged 6-16.

This is an exciting opportunity for your child to benefit from a strong academic program in both Swedish and English in an international environment, which offers local connections as well as a global outlook.

We aim to develop true global citizens who recognize the value of their local community. Your child will be open to different cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. They will understand the importance of inclusion and equity.

The maximum number of students in a class varies depending on the age of the student. We aim to have a maximum of 25 children per class. This is in keeping with all Lower School classes. The average number is 20 children.

Swedish, Swedish as a second language, History, Geography and Civics are taught according to the Swedish curriculum for  compulsory school.

Children from both pathways will interact in various ways throughout the day.  Students will play together at recess, attend bilingual assemblies, and attend trips and special events together.

Children in the bilingual pathway are integrated students of our School. Children from both pathways will interact in various ways throughout the day. Activities are in both English and Swedish, and children from both pathways choose from the same selection. Children in both pathways will attend assemblies and lessons together and have recess/playtime at the same time.

We pride ourselves on having excellent, inspiring, and innovative teachers. Our Swedish teachers are native language teachers who are fully accredited and approved by the Swedish authorities and have experience of teaching in an international environment. 

We are now accepting applications for the academci year 2024/2025. Our bilingual education is fully accredited and approved Swedish curriculum combined with the high-quality pedagogy and Cambridge curriculum of our international pathway.

Take the Next Step and start your application here

The education at our school is carried out under the supervision of the Swedish School Inspectorate (SW. Skolinspektionen) and is performed in accordance with the standards set out in the Swedish Education Act and other applicable Swedish regulations on International Schools.
 To be considered for admission to Uppsala International School  , students must have a temporary resident status in Sweden or meet one of the four below criteria:
  1.The student is a resident in Sweden for a limited period; or
 2. The student has attended school abroad for a major part of their education and therefore have a reason to fulfill his/her education in an international school in Sweden; or
 3. The student is currently living in Sweden but is planning to leave Sweden for a longer period; or
 4. The student speaks the language of the school daily with one or both parents/caretakers and has sufficient language skills to participate in the education.
In addition to one of the above criteria, to be awarded enrolment at UIS, Applicants must be registered with the Swedish taxation authorities (Skatteverket) as residents of Sweden and have a Swedish identification number (personal number or temporary number).
  Further documentation required before the student’s start date is proof of address in Sweden which can be obtained via the Skatteverket website.