Entrance involves a process of diagnostic assessment to judge a student’s suitability for the year applied for. There is no formal entrance test. The outcome of the assessment is to recommend the educational programme most suited for the student. LICS will only admit students it believes will benefit from the programme on offer.
EQUIVALENT SCHOOL YEARS
Each country names and numbers the years in its school system in its own way. LICS takes its nomenclature from the present UK system. In deciding which class a student should enter, LICS takes account of both a student’s age and his/her educational experience. Click here to view the table that shows equivalent school years from several countries.
LICS’s income is almost entirely fee-based. The registration fee secures a place which is essential as waiting lists for LICS classes become more common. Fees are paid usually termly and in advance of the term. An enrolment fee is also paid with the initial placement which is added to the school’s capital fund. Details about current fees are available from our DOWNLOADS page.