There are 16 IB schools in Denmark, 13 are public and 3 are private.
We represent 3 of them, and here is more about each school.
The school has about 600 student and is situated in the middle of Jutland, in Ikast, which has over 15.000 inhabitants. Ikast is only 10km from Herning, which is a bigger city.
IBG has a sports line, where sports-students can do training sessions in the morning for example. The teaching is arranged, so it fits with the high demand of training of elite athletes.
Practice is offered in handball, football, judo, golf, hockey, badminton and volleyball, but if your sport is not on the list, contact IBG, they can maybe still help you.
The school has 750 students and is situated in the northwestern part of Jutland by the “Limfjord” with access to windsurfing, kayaking and sailing. It is also only 10 km away from Holstebro, the cultural center of the region, and it is known for B&O, the high-end consumer electronics company. Moreover, Struer is connected by train to Billund airport for international flights. SSG offers full boarding for international students. Currently 120 students live at the boarding school who represent many nationalities. Being an international boarding student enables you to become part of a community that will be valuable both socially and academically during your time at SSG.
Grenaa is a city of 15.000 inhabitants, and is placed at the most eastern part of Jutland, right at the seaside, with beaches and a national park nearby. From Grenaa you can catch the tram to Aarhus, the 2nd biggest city in Denmark. There are ferries to Sweden and Aarhus Airport is close (15 km).
GG has 550 students and a large boarding school with 111 rooms, many of which are occupied with international students, rending a very international atmosphere. Grenaa Gymnasium offers full boarding for all international students, with in house boarding teachers around the clock and a homely atmosphere. Grenaa offers a wide range of sports options and the school has a strong Arts Department, offering Music and Visual Arts as group 6 subjects.