join our Admissions and Academic teams for a virtual Open Day to learn about the rewarding international education that Rome International School can offer students between the ages of 2 and 18 years.
A rewarding international education
and a passport to the world's best universities
The only school in Rome authorised to offer both the IB Primary Years and IB Diploma programmes
IB Diploma scores above the global average with students attending universities of their choice
Internationally relevant Middle Years curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE
Supportive and inclusive community representing 50 different nationalities
Nurturing, caring and stimulating environment and the IB Primary Years Programme from Age 3Read More
The IB Primary Years Programme prepares Elementary students for the next step in their educational journey
Internationally relevant Middle School curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge IGCSE in the first two years providing excellent preparation for the internationally acclaimed IB Diploma ProgrammeRead More
Year 12 IB Economics students have studied the latest Economic theory on 'Behavioural Economics' by Richard Thaler (Nobel Prize 2017). They have learned the difference between Homo Economicus and Homo Sapiens, the Nudge Theory and Choice Architecture. Reading some of their analyses, you have to agree with me that we have some promising economists among us!
Research from Oxford University suggests that International Baccalaureate (IB) students "appear to hold an advantage" over their non-IB contemporaries in their ability to think critically.
Rome International School's Class of 2020 is ready to move forward with their higher education and their future is looking promising! We are very proud that Year 13 have received offers of admission to some of the most prestigious universities worldwide, despite a school year filled with challenges.
We are pleased to announce the IGCSE results for the 2019/20 academic year. The impressive results of our students are the outcome of two years of hard work by our students and teachers. They also demonstrate the continuity of learning achieved during an unforeseen and unprecedented school year.