Tuition & Application Fees

Tuition & Application Fees for the school year 2017/18

The Board of Trustees and the School Leadership ensures the school is well-placed financially and continues careful expense control.

primary school students looking through microscopes on a visit to the ETH laboratory, international school

We’re originally from Russia, then we moved to Prague and then England. Our son just graduated. Now he’s planning to go to England to study Medicine – he’ll take a gap year and then study. What I like most about ICS – it’s the community – I’ve never seen such a community – we travelled many countries – but I’ve never seen this – there are so many different clubs – bringing all parents together. And, I really like the school – the IB is a great programme preparing students for university – so they can step in and be ready. When we had a problem in the beginning, the teachers reacted and sorted it out very quickly. It’s great – you always want to see your child happy.
Mrs D, ICS Parent, Exit Interview, 2016

All daily operations, activities and investments are funded from tuition fees with the sole purpose of providing an exemplary education for our students. The school continues to maintain a strong financial position and healthy balance sheet.

The document ICS Financial Regulations & Fees details fees, billing, and how fees are pro-rated for late enrolment and early withdrawal.

Here you can find information on ICS Bank Details for international payments / money transfers.

For partial-day or partial-week enrolment in Early Years Nursery and Early Years 1, see here for fee details.

Join the school of first choice

We believe that ICS, as the international school of first choice in Zurich, is the right choice for our child and are ready to make the investment in their future.

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Tradition

Established in 1960 to serve the needs of international families in the Greater Zurich area, ICS is proud of its long standing reputation. The school is governed by an elected Board of Trustees that serves without any remuneration.

Campus Enhancements

As a non-profit school, financial surpluses, if any, can only be used for the betterment of the school.