Admission Policy

Ethio-Parents’ School admission Policy sets out our aims when recruiting and admitting students, who is responsible for admitting students, our selection and admission criteria and how we assess applications. admissionIt also details how we handle applications from students with disabilities or additional support needs including admission with advanced standing.The Policy outlines how we handle instances of fraud or misleading information in the applications process.

In seeking to attract applications from students with excellent academic potential, Ethio-Parents’ school is committed to widening participation and to promoting wider access to Higher Education. There are no admissions quotas which advantage or disadvantage any group of applicants and the University of Aberdeen is committed to treating all applicants within the admissions cycle fairly.

Information for Admission and Registrations

Registration fee, See tuition fee here

Necessary Documents

Photo copy of student’s birth certificate, vaccination certificate , one passport size photo of your child and parents /guardians each

Please bring your Child with you for Pre-School Registration