Enrolment Policy

Are you interested?

If you would like to have your child enrolled at Lolland International School, please contact the school by phone,  54 67 69 99, or email, internationalschool@lolland.

You and your child will subsequently be invited to an interview with the head of the school, where you can visit the school and together evaluate whether the international offer is the right solution for you and your child.


Phase Two Enrolment (from 1st May 2021)

Criteria1: The law on international primary and lower secondary schools (KIG) stipulates that the majority of the students must be from families that are new to Denmark for the purposes of work. For example, those moving to Lolland in connection with the Fehmarn Tunnel infrastructure project. Students meeting this criterion are placed in Group 1 and are given immediate, priority enrolment if a space is available.

Criteria 2:  After the first criterion is met, the remaining places may be offered to families already residing in Denmark, this group is known as Group 2. For example, this Group 2 consists of local Danish families, mixed-nationality families, or other families with residency rights. These students are offered an enrolment interview and are placed on a waiting list until a space becomes available. The intake of these students can be periodical. 

Please note: It is unlikely that any places will be offered to Group 2 students for the academic year 2021-2022 (Oct 2021).

Criteria 3: In addition, and in accordance with the school's by-laws, first offers are made to students that reside in Lolland Municipality, followed by siblings of students. After this or if it is not possible to meet all wishes for admission, placed will be determined by randomly drawing lots.

Phase One Enrolment (1 January- 30 April 2021)

During the initial start-up phase of the school, all interested families were offered a place for their child/children. The school received dispensation from the municipality to enroll more students from Group 2 during this time to ensure a suitable size and therefore a suitable school environment for the wellbeing of the first group of students.