Membership

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The Nordic Network is a collaborative network that serves international schools in the Nordic and Baltic regions.
The network seeks to enhance communication and collaboration between its participants to improve student learning through best practices in international education.

Founder Schools

  • Bladins International School, Sweden
  • Copenhagen International School, Denmark
  • The International School of the Gothenburg Region, Sweden
  • The International School of Helsinki, Finland
  • Oslo International School, Norway
  • Stockholm International School, Sweden

 

Regular Membership

This is open to all international schools located in the Nordic and Baltic regions regardless of the number of students on roll and who are in agreement with the mission of the Nordic Network.

Regular membership schools are required to pay an annual membership fee in-line with Founder Schools.

Benefits:
  • A reduced rate to attend the annual conference
  • Leaders may attend the annual leadership conference free of charge
  • Schools are invited to propose presenters to the annual conference and/or the annual leadership conference
  • Permission to use the Nordic Network logo
  • Access to the Nordic Network job directory, including advertising of vacancies
  • Direct link from the Nordic Network website to school websites
  • Receive bi-annual newsletter

Associate Membership

Associate membership is intended for newly founded schools and is granted for a period of 2 years.

Associate membership is open to international schools located in the Nordic and Baltic regions and who are in agreement with the mission of the Nordic Network.

Benefits:
  • There are no membership fees for associate membership
  • Leaders from associate membership schools may attend the annual leadership conference free of charge should space permit
  • Permission to use the Nordic Network logo
  • Pay the reduced fee for the annual conference
  • Receive the bi-annual newsletter
Requirements:
  • Apply for regular membership after a two year period as an associate member