Frequently Asked Questions
Brookes Moscow is located in the beautiful green area of the Botanical Gardens. The address is: 1-y Botanicheskiy pr-d, 1 Moscow.
The school accepts children from age 2 to 18 years.
Please direct all your enquiries to our team at – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our admissions department are on hand to provide these to you by return. Please send an email to the admissions address above.
There is an entrance assessment in English, Maths and NVR for all pupils aged 7+ these are conducted at the time of registration.
We have schools across the globe: Canada, USA, South Korea, India and the UK. There are plans to develop further schools in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
All the teaching staff at Brookes Moscow will be fully qualified teachers. Most will be expatriates and all will be thoroughly checked and vetted for the suitability to teach and care for children.
Brookes Moscow are on Facebook, Instagram, VK, LinkedIn and through our website: www.moscow.brookes.org
No. Brookes Moscow students, who do not take the Russian unified state examinations, apply as fee-paying (or “contract-based”) students. They have to pass the respective universities’ internal entrance tests.
The main difference is that students who passed the Russian unified state examinations once accepted by a state university immediately qualify for state (or “budget”) funding.
The Moscow-based Russian State Humanitarian University, for example, makes it clear that Russian students coming from international schools like Brookes Moscow can apply for state funding. The final decision is however up to the competent authorities.
We have started to develop links with a number of universities and have contact details to liaise with, in order to find answers to questions from Brookes Moscow’s families.
Yes. There will be a staff member in charge of university counselling. Our students will receive individualised support for the choice of their fields of studies and universities, as well as for the preparation of application packages, interviews and other aspects of the university application process.