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Education

An expatriation project with the family understandably raises questions about children’s education. Mauritius prides itself in the quality of its education system and the standard of its academic institutions. Whether one decides to offer one’s child an education modelled after the British or the French education system, the options for schooling across the different educational cycles are numerous.

Travelling to Mauritius with a baby or a toddler, one will find various day care centers and preschool facilities that incorporate different types of early childhood program philosophies and help prepare one’s child for school.

The education system in Mauritius has been largely inspired by the British education system, with public schools using English as the principal medium of instruction. While public primary schools are free, there is also a network of private and international primary schools that follow international curriculums. International schools are a popular choice for the expatriate community as they offer similar standards of schooling around the globe, which also assists a child’s smooth integration and transition in a new environment and have school holidays aligned with home-country holidays.

 

 

Clavis International Baccalaureate Primary School

Ecole du Centre Pierre Poivre

Greencoast International Schools

Beau Plan Roundabout, Pamplemousses

+230 5830 3833

principal.primary@greencoast-schools.com

International Preparatory School

Lycée Labourdonnais

Saint Exupéry International School Mauritius

Château La Mare Ronde Avenue Du Château Chemin Vingt Pieds 30513 Grand Baie

+230 268 0108

melanie@zukapartners.com

https://en.seis.mu/

Telfair International Primary School

Westcoast International Primary School

Secondary education in public institutions is free and the curriculum is accredited with the Cambridge University. Also, reputable private and international secondary institutions present on the island are accredited with the International Baccalaureate or the French Baccalaureate. School leavers and students outside the academic stream may also opt for pre-vocational training or vocation education.

 

 

Ecole du Centre Pierre Poivre

Le Bocage International School

Lighthouse Secondary School

Lycée Labourdonnais

Westcoast International Secondary School

Northfields International High School

The realm of tertiary education is constantly evolving as programmes from international prestigious universities complement free courses offered by publicly funded institutions. Mauritius is home to a selection of international branch campuses and established collaborative institutions, providing franchising programmes with leading universities around the world and attracting an important number of foreign and cosmopolite students.

African Leadership College

Amity Institute of Higher Education

Level 3, Mindspace Building, Bhumi Park, Cybercity, Ebene, Mauritius, 72201

+230 4547146

kbhujun@mauritius.amity.edu

https://www.amity.edu/mauritius/

ENSA Nantes (Mauritius)

Uniciti Education Hub, Royal Road, Pierrefonds 72448

+230 5474-0111

farrah.jahangeer@nantes.archi

https://nantes-archi.mu/

Honoris Educational Network Ltd

Belle Terre Road, Highlands, Vacoas-Phoenix 73604

+230 698 9000 

director@honoris.ac.mu

https://honoris.ac.mu/

Institut Disciples Escoffier Ltd

Middlesex University Branch Campus

VATEL Trianon Hotel & Tourism Management Centre Ltd

Medine Education Village, MU, Palma Road “B.2”, Quatre Bornes 72448

+230 427 43 63

renaud@vatelmauritius.com

http://www.vatelmauritius.com/

Detailed information about our publicly funded tertiary educational institutions and list of other private tertiary educational institutions having franchising programmes of international awarding bodies can be found below:


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