At British Education Korea we are able to offer places to children from all backgrounds – including local Korean families, those with dual citizenship as well as expatriates and international families.
Below you will find an explanation of our admissions process:
1. Call us or drop in and organise a time to be shown around
All prospective parents are warmly invited to make an appointment to visit us for a tour of the building by the Admissions & Communications Manager. This is an opportunity to ask questions and receive information.
2. Fill out a registration form and pay fee
If prospective parents would like to register their child, they are asked to complete a registration form.
Availability of places will be given at this time.
3. Informal assessments of children and interview with parents
We undertake informal assessments of all children prior to their starting date. These assessments are designed to determine the pupil’s strengths and weaknesses in order that the correct support and resources are provided for that child as they start, as well as to ensure that the pupil will benefit from the education on offer at BEK. It is also an opportunity for the Headteacher to meet with parents and discuss their aspirations.
4. Offer letter
Parents will then receive a letter requesting If there is no place in a particular year group, the child will be added to a waiting list.
5. Signing of forms and receiving of our welcome package including uniform
There will then be various forms to sign on policies relating to admissions, fees and the release of information. Upon completion of those, a uniform, bag and a parent handbook will then be sent out.