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Description : Esame di Stato in Institut auf dem Rosenberg (Rosenberg Institute)

Institut auf dem Rosenberg (Rosenberg Institute)
Institut auf dem Rosenberg (Rosenberg Institute)
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Ranking: 83.2
Accommodation type: boarding house
Language of studies German, Italian, English, French
Education type: co-educational school
from CHF 4920.00 / 2 weeks
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 28 000 CHF / term
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The Italian branch

To confirm the highest level of education in the Italian branch is possible at the state examinations Esame di Stato. There is a division of schoolchildren into humanists and those who study exact sciences. Depending on the direction, children receive state maturity certificates with either a linguistic bias (Maturità Linguistica) or they choose examinations in the natural-science orientation (Maturità Scientifica). The issued Italian matriculation certificate allows admission to the higher educational institutions of Switzerland.


School description

 

The material base of the Institute is represented by an academic building with classrooms, laboratories, an IT center, facilities for the development of students' creative abilities, linguistic offices, a library, and many sports grounds. There are also tennis courts and an indoor pool.

Entering the Rosenberg Institute, students will additionally pay for language lessons, supervision, registration fees, exams and sports sections. Upon admission, studying deposit is also paid - CHF 25'000, visa processing and the cost of the flight.

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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
16-18
from 28 000 CHF / term

The Swiss branch

The Institut auf dem Rosenberg branch in Switzerland provides two levels of school education:

  • primary (1-6 grades);
  • secondary (7-8 grades) schools.

After this 4 years of study continues in the gymnasium. The successful passing of state exams will allow the students to get Schweizer Maturität (maturity certificate). The document is recognized by all the higher schools of the country. But it is also possible to continue studying at the Rosenberg Institute at the economic department with the subsequent receipt of a commercial or economic diploma. The schoolchildren can  begin to receive the profession of a financier from the 9th grade, adding to the list of subjects theoretical and practical economics. Students can also plan a career in commerce and receive a VSH diploma.

Annual
16-18
from 28 000 CHF / term

The Italian branch

To confirm the highest level of education in the Italian branch is possible at the state examinations Esame di Stato. There is a division of schoolchildren into humanists and those who study exact sciences. Depending on the direction, children receive state maturity certificates with either a linguistic bias (Maturità Linguistica) or they choose examinations in the natural-science orientation (Maturità Scientifica). The issued Italian matriculation certificate allows admission to the higher educational institutions of Switzerland.

Annual
16-18
from 28 000 CHF / term

German branch

The schoolchildren of the German branch of the Rosenberg Institute are preparing for the passing of state standard examinations - Das Deutsche Abitur. After their passage, students receive a certificate of maturity, recognized by educational institutions around the world. The school program of the Federal Republic of Germany Baden-Württemberg is considered to be the benchmark of the educational system. The students can add optional (economics, business) or linguistic subjects to basic courses. There is a strengthened studying of languages ​​and the ability to pass FCE (the first Cambridge certificate), TOEFL or SAT.

Annual
14-16
from 28 000 CHF / term

The program to prepare for the certificate of incomplete secondary education (GCSE) is based on knowledge for the 8th and 9th grades of British schools. In two years, it is necessary to study three items of the general list and several specialized ones. The universally applicable are foreign, academic English and mathematics. Acceptable subjects include the study of business, physics, literature, the fundamentals of accounting, law, chemistry and economics. The school offers a choice of 70 courses. The GCSE certificate is given to those students who passed two subjects of the compulsory list and 3 to 5 special courses on the common national examination.

The main part of the program children learn in classrooms and laboratories. Teachers control the level and speed of study during interviews, testing, group exercises. The curriculum provides for the performance of independent tasks and develops the ability to search scientifically.

Annual
16-18
from 28 000 CHF / term

The standard two-year program allows admission to the highest institutions in the UK. After its completion, students can choose a university and enter it without additional admission tests.

The content of the program is universal, it is offered by most colleges and high schools. Unusual A-level consists of a small number of subjects taught. Due to this, a thoroughness, depth of study is achieved. Future applicants receive a thorough knowledge of the disciplines that will be required at the university.

For further specialization, students study in detail in the first year 4 of science, and on the second - three. It is important when choosing not to forget about the rational combination of different subjects and not to violate academic integrity and balance.

The program continues to study subjects for secondary school, increasing the volume and depth of topics. To enter a college or university, the development of critical thinking skills is provided. Children learn to receive information and analyze it. The completion of the program opens the doors of high schools and colleges of the world to high school students thanks to the High School Diploma, which confirms the comprehensive and solid preparation.

Advanced Placement (preliminary pre-university program)

The program provides for preliminary admission to a higher educational institution due to the receipt of a certain number of credits for the disciplines needed in the university. In grades 11-12, students take final exams, and their grades are taken into account both in the AP course and in the university diploma.

Annual
11-17
from 28 000 CHF / term

The Rosenberg Institute is known as an international linguistic center. Here you can learn Italian, English and German at the academic level. To enter one of the 4 foreign branches (in Italy, Switzerland, Germany or international), you must confirm the level of the language. Language courses can be visited even after they have been admitted to the Institut auf dem Rosenberg for furthering their knowledge or preparing for exams for a certificate.

Studying takes place during cultural events. Students attend language courses with excursions to Milan, Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck, Geneva, Lucerne, Como and Paris. On Sunday, there are educational and developmental trips to museums, theaters, galleries, operas. Also, children rest outside school after lunch on Wednesday and Saturday. For the period of the courses, an extensive group program has been developed, including more than 20 trips, competitions. All recreational activities take into account the interests and age of children, allow them to learn local traditions, language, culture during excursions.

Students of the Swiss branch can spend their free time on karting in Montlingen. The German department provides studying in rock climbing in two sports complexes in the federal state of Hesse (Kronberg) and Bavaria (Immenstadt). Schoolchildren can spend time at the exhibition in Basel (Switzerland), or they can get acquainted with crafts at local exhibitions in the accommodation cities. Children can appreciate the beauty of nature and the exceptional quality of Swiss ski trails in Davos, Laax, Klosters, Gruš-Danuz and Lenzerheide. Interest in youth also causes evening skiing. Those who do not yet consider themselves to be a ski ace can admire the competitions of luge-racers in Bezau (Austria) and Kronberg (Germany) or ski competitions in Davos. Students can get pleasure and a lot of fun in the "Europa-Park" in the city of Rust (Germany). The park is considered the second largest entertainment center in Europe for attendance after Disneyland in Paris. Connoisseurs of beautiful cars will appreciate the excursion to Geneva with a visit to Auto-Salon Genf. It is envisaged for schoolchildren and a closer acquaintance with the city of school accommodation, walks to local attractions, cognitive excursions. You can also actively engage in sports, take part in tournaments on bowling, tennis or football. Curious biologists will gladly visit oceanariums and zoos in Zurich, Gossau (Switzerland) and Constance (Germany). The sports complex in Winterthur will not leave indifferent fans of youth sports, as it places a huge rollerdrome and climbing wall. Connoisseurs of beauty can sign up for an excursion to the oldest professional theater in St. Gallen (Switzerland) or evaluate opera performance in the theater of Zurich.

Annual
11-17
from 28 000 CHF / term

The Rosenberg Institute is known as an international linguistic center. Here you can learn Italian, English and German at the academic level. To enter one of the 4 foreign branches (in Italy, Switzerland, Germany or international), you must confirm the level of the language. Language courses can be visited even after students have been admitted to the Institut auf dem Rosenberg for furthering their knowledge or preparing for exams for a certificate.

Studying takes place during cultural events. Students attend language courses with excursions to Milan, Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck, Geneva, Lucerne, Como and Paris. On Sunday, there are educational and developmental trips to museums, theaters, galleries, operas. Also, children rest outside school after lunch on Wednesday and Saturday. For the period of the courses, an extensive group program has been developed, including more than 20 trips, competitions. All recreational activities take into account the interests and age of children, allow them to learn local traditions, language, culture during excursions.

Students of the Swiss branch can spend their free time on karting in Montlingen. The German department provides studying in rock climbing in two sports complexes in the federal state of Hesse (Kronberg) and Bavaria (Immenstadt). Schoolchildren can spend time at the exhibition in Basel (Switzerland), or they can get acquainted with crafts at local exhibitions in the accommodation cities. Children can appreciate the beauty of nature and the exceptional quality of Swiss ski trails in Davos, Laax, Klosters, Gruš-Danuz and Lenzerheide. Interest in youth also causes evening skiing. Those who do not yet consider themselves to be a ski ace can admire the competitions of luge-racers in Bezau (Austria) and Kronberg (Germany) or ski competitions in Davos. Students can get pleasure and a lot of fun in the "Europa-Park" in the city of Rust (Germany). The park is considered to be the second largest entertainment center in Europe for attendance after Disneyland in Paris. Connoisseurs of beautiful cars will appreciate the excursion to Geneva with a visit to Auto-Salon Genf. It is envisaged for schoolchildren and a closer acquaintance with the city of school accommodation, walks to local attractions, cognitive excursions. You can also actively engage in sports, take part in tournaments on bowling, tennis or football. Curious biologists will gladly visit oceanariums and zoos in Zurich, Gossau (Switzerland) and Constance (Germany). The sports complex in Winterthur will not leave indifferent fans of youth sports, as it places a huge rollerdrome and climbing wall. Connoisseurs of beauty can sign up for an excursion to the oldest professional theater in St. Gallen (Switzerland) or evaluate opera performance in the theater of Zurich.

Annual
11-17
from 28 000 CHF / term

The Rosenberg Institute is known as an international linguistic center. Here you can learn Italian, English and German at the academic level. To enter one of the 4 foreign branches (in Italy, Switzerland, Germany or international), you must confirm the level of the language. Language courses can be visited even after students have been admitted to the Institut auf dem Rosenberg for furthering their knowledge or preparing for exams for a certificate.

Studying takes place during cultural events. Students attend language courses with excursions to Milan, Zurich, Munich, Innsbruck, Geneva, Lucerne, Como and Paris. On Sunday, there are educational and developmental trips to museums, theaters, galleries, operas. Also, children rest outside school after lunch on Wednesday and Saturday. For the period of the courses, an extensive group program has been developed, including more than 20 trips, competitions. All recreational activities take into account the interests and age of children, allow them to learn local traditions, language, culture during excursions.

Students of the Swiss branch can spend their free time on karting in Montlingen. The German department provides studying in rock climbing in two sports complexes in the federal state of Hesse (Kronberg) and Bavaria (Immenstadt). Schoolchildren can spend time at the exhibition in Basel (Switzerland), or they can get acquainted with crafts at local exhibitions in the accommodation cities. Children can appreciate the beauty of nature and the exceptional quality of Swiss ski trails in Davos, Laax, Klosters, Gruš-Danuz and Lenzerheide. Interest in youth also causes evening skiing. Those who do not yet consider themselves to be a ski ace can admire the competitions of luge-racers in Bezau (Austria) and Kronberg (Germany) or ski competitions in Davos. Students can get pleasure and a lot of fun in the "Europa-Park" in the city of Rust (Germany). The park is considered to be the second largest entertainment center in Europe for attendance after Disneyland in Paris. Connoisseurs of beautiful cars will appreciate the excursion to Geneva with a visit to Auto-Salon Genf. It is envisaged for schoolchildren and a closer acquaintance with the city of school accommodation, walks to local attractions, cognitive excursions. You can also actively engage in sports, take part in tournaments on bowling, tennis or football. Curious biologists will gladly visit oceanariums and zoos in Zurich, Gossau (Switzerland) and Constance (Germany). The sports complex in Winterthur will not leave indifferent fans of youth sports, as it places a huge rollerdrome and climbing wall. Connoisseurs of beauty can sign up for an excursion to the oldest professional theater in St. Gallen (Switzerland) or evaluate opera performance in the theater of Zurich.

28.06.2020 -08.08.2020
6-18
from 4 920 CHF / 2 weeks

Institut auf dem Rosenberg, together with the ARIANA school, offer classes in English, German and French as part of summer courses, and depending on the location of the course - in mathematics and physics (in German). Language classes are offered both for beginners and for those who decided to deepen their knowledge. If desired, it is possible to conduct private classes in other gymnasium disciplines, as well as classes on an individually compiled plan.

Classes are held in small classes (maximum 12 students). Particular importance is attached to the effective study of languages, along with the sports development of children and a diverse cultural program.

ARIANA courses are suitable for students who want to spend their holidays with benefit for themselves and actively, as well as those who would like to improve their academic performance in school. Courses also serve as a preparation for further education in the boarding school.

28.06.2020 -08.08.2020
6-18
from 4 920 CHF / 2 weeks

Institut auf dem Rosenberg together with the ARIANA school offer courses in English, German and French as part of summer courses, and depending on the location of the course - in mathematics and physics (in German). Language classes are offered both for beginners and for those who decided to deepen their knowledge. If desired, it is possible to conduct private classes in other gymnasium disciplines, as well as classes on an individually compiled plan.

Classes are held in small classes (maximum 12 students). Particular importance is attached to the effective study of languages, along with the sports development of children and a diverse cultural program.

ARIANA courses are suitable for students who want to spend their holidays with benefit for themselves and actively, as well as those who would like to improve their academic performance in school. Courses also serve as a preparation for further education in the boarding school.

28.06.2020 -08.08.2020
6-18
from 4 920 CHF / 2 weeks

Institut auf dem Rosenberg together with the ARIANA school offer courses in English, German and French as part of summer courses, and depending on the location of the course - in mathematics and physics (in German). Language classes are offered both for beginners and for those who decided to deepen their knowledge. If desired, it is possible to conduct private classes in other gymnasium disciplines, as well as classes on an individually compiled plan.

Classes are held in small classes (maximum 12 students). Particular importance is attached to the effective study of languages, along with the sports development of children and a diverse cultural program.

ARIANA courses are suitable for students who want to spend their holidays with benefit for themselves and actively, as well as those who would like to improve their academic performance in school. Courses also serve as a preparation for further education in the boarding school.

Winter course on the basis of Institut auf dem Rosenberg

Location: Sank-Gallen, Switzerland

There are 25 German lessons in the Swiss winter classes (from January to March), additional test sessions, classes of individual work under the supervision of the teacher, program of activities. Lessons are taught by native teachers or teachers who have long lived in German-speaking countries. Students are additionally offered individual lessons that allow them to focus on a specific area of ​​language learning (optional).

  • Ski equipment rental - about 200 CHF per week.
  • Insurance - 50 CHF per program .
  • Duration: from 1 week.

The price of the program, consisting of  25 German lessons per week includes:

  • Accommodation;
  • Meals;
  • Transfer from and to Zurich airport;
  • Skiing;
  •  1-2 full-day trips and 1 half-day trip, tour of St. Gallen;
  • Sightseeing trips to the other twolarge Swiss cities.
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