Nile Egyptian School
Misr For Educational Management

NES Admission Requirments

  • The age of the student applying for the KG1 should not be more than 4 years, 11 months and 29 days on the first of October of the 2022/2023 academic year.
  • The Pre-KG applicant’s age should not be more than 3 years, 11 months and 29 days on the first of October of the 2022/2023 academic year.
  • At least one of the parents should have high university degree (at least a Licence’s or a Bachelor’s degree, with a copy of the certificate degree), provided that the child is under his parentship or legal guardianship (evidence of legal guardianship of the child must be submitted).
  • The child must pass the required tests that cover the following skills: (math skills, general knowledge/information, motor skills and thinking skill) and pass the behavioural and personal appearance tests.
  • In case of the equal scores of the admission tests, age is a preferential condition so that the oldest is chosen.
  • Only the parents of the accepted students are notified, and the parent may ask about the position of his/her son/daughter, whether or not he/she is accepted.
  • The parents (or the child’s legal guardian) must be present for the personal interview, and in case of the absence of the parents, an official power of attorney certified by the land registry is submitted to apply to the Egyptian Nile Schools or by one of the Egyptian embassies abroad at the parent’s workplace or what indicates the educational mandate of the child.
  • The objective of the parent/legal guardian interview is to determine the appropriateness of the educational strategies followed by Nile Schools with the convictions and information of the parent to ensure good cooperation.
  • The parent/legal guardian signs all the pledges and declarations determined and approved by Nile Egyptian Schools Administration to ensure full compliance with the financial, administrative and educational systems determined by the company and schools, while complying with all the rules of admission terms.
  • Admission results are announced on NES admission site.
  • Parents need to make sure that all data and documents submitted are verified; in case of figuring out any incorrect data or documents or concealing any information about the child’s condition), the school administration has the right to dismiss the student immediately in any academic year, and the parent/guardian has no right to any claims or compensation.

Required Documents

If the student is accepted, the Parent/guardian must submit the following documents:

  • The electronic form (printed after completing it) from the official website for submission.
  • 8 recent personal photos of the child.
  • The student's original birth certificate (electronic).
  • An original or certified copy of the father's qualification or the mother's qualification, unless the qualification is included in the national ID card.
  • A copy of the parent’s/guardian's national ID card, with the original being submitted for review upon submission.
  • Students’ affairs in each school may request further documents that could support the admission of the child/student, whether a new submission or a transfer.

Student Information

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Nile International Education System (NIES)

The Nile International Education system is an integrated bilingual system that starts from Kindergarten to Grade 12 with the main goals of:

  • preparing a global Egyptian citizen with a sense of belonging to his/her country, open to the world, aware of global and international issues, receptive of other cultures, able to use technology to communicate with the world, civilized, tolerant, researcher, responsible, equipped with the skills of perseverance, self-discipline, and problem solving.
  • developing students’ artistic, musical and athletic skills through modern curricula for art and design, music, and physical education that help them discover their creativity and be proud of their talents.
  • developing students’ entrepreneurship and innovation skills.
  • employing information and communication technology in all aspects of the educational process and beyond.
  • supporting a culture of continuous assessment that keeps pace with the latest global trends in the field of education and assessment to measure the level of achievement of the targeted learning outcomes of different subjects.

Nile International Education System (NIES) Stages

The Nile International Education System comprises of four educational stages:

  • Kindergarten (KG1 & KG2)
  • Elementary Stage: G1-G6
  • Preparatory Stage: G7-G9
  • Secondary Stage: G10-G12

Nile International Education System (NIES) Certificates

The Nile International Education System offers 2 certificates:

  • Certificate of Nile International Preparatory Education (CNIPE): Offered at the end of Grade 9.
  • Certificate of Nile International Secondary Education (CNISE): offered at the end of Grade 12 and qualifies students for university entry.

Unique/competitive features of the Nile International Education System

  • Abiding by International standarsds for curriculum and best international practice for teaching and learning.
  • Bespoke, especially developed, Arabic and Social Studies curricula throughout different grades.
  • Separate quota and special rules for admission into Egyptian Universities and recognition by Egyptian private universities.
  • Innovative curricula from kindergarten to Grade 12 in mathematics, science, and information communication technology.
  • Adoption of a variety of teaching and learning resources without limitation to restriction to specific prescribed books.
  • qualifies students to obtain the French Language Diploma “DELF”.
  • Integrated curricula for art and design, music education, and sports education.
  • Unprecedented pre-university education courses in Egypt entrepreneurship and innovation, project planning, digital marketing, and artificial intelligence and advanced automation.
  • Trained staff in the fields of assessment, examinations, curricula and professional development.
  • Students sit for the Ministry of Education exams in religion education and civic education.

Contact Us

Nile Egyptian Schools

13 Mubarak Mahran St. 7th District, Obour City

admission@nes.moe.edu.eg