European School, Munich
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|European School, Munich|
Europäische Schule München
Schola Europaea, Monacum
|Category||Nursery, Primary and Secondary Education|
|Student Union/Association||The Pupils' Committee|
|Sister Schools||12 European Schools|
The European School, Munich (ESM) is one of thirteen European Schools and one of three in Germany. First established in 1977, it moved to its current location in Neuperlach, a district in the south-east of Munich, in the state of Bavaria in 1981. The ESM was principally established to serve the schooling needs of children of the staff of the European Patent Office (EPO) – the executive body of the European Patent Organisation. However, enrolment is open to other prospective students. The school offers the European Baccalaureate as its secondary leaving qualification.
- Bas Kast, German author
- Christian Keysers, German neuroscientist
- Peter Pomerantsev, Soviet-born British journalist
- Board of Governors of the European Schools. "Facts and figures on the beginning of the 2016–2017 school year in the European Schools" (PDF). eursc.eu. Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools. p. 9. Retrieved 27 August 2017.