The British International School, Budapest's New Purpose-Built Extension

  • 2 Sep 2016 9:00 AM
The British International School, Budapest's New Purpose-Built Extension
The British International School, Budapest is extremely proud to present the new exciting, purpose-built extension. <br> The bright and spacious building adds 3000m2 to our established 6000 m2 campus. This new wing, which mainly houses the Secondary School, provides 24 new classrooms, an ICT room and coding laboratory, two additional state-of-the-art science laboratories and a Sixth Form Centre.

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An Art and Innovation Centre is equipped with 3D printers, a laser cutter and metal formers and provides design and make facilities which will enable students to access our collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

This collaboration will see us develop and implement a science, technology, engineering, visual arts and mathematics (STEAM) programme across the school over the coming years.

Several music practice rooms complement the school’s new performing arts collaboration with The Juilliard School in New York. The library and the dining area have been enlarged, and a modern, spacious reception area with easily accessible admissions office and a coffee shop for parents are now open.

Richard Dyer, Principal of the British International School, Budapest, said, “This project has been extremely exciting. It allows us to extend our world-class facilities to complement the outstanding teaching that we currently offer. The facilities for the performing arts will enable us to enhance our collaboration with The Julliard School in New York.

The new laboratories and workshops for the sciences, art, design and technology come at just the right time to provide future opportunities for students in our new partnership with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It’s a wonderful time to be a student at the British International School, Budapest.”

Read an interview with Mr. Richard Dyer the Principal of The British International School, Budapest

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