European Baccalaureate

The European Baccalaureate diploma is awarded to successful candidates by the Secretary-General of the European Schools on behalf of the Board of Governors.  It certifies the completion of secondary studies in a European School or in a School Accredited by the Board of Governors. It is officially recognised as an entry qualification for Higher Education in all the countries of the European Union, as well as in a number of others.

European Baccalaureate diploma holders enjoy the same rights and benefits as other holders of secondary school-leaving certificates in their countries, including the same right as nationals with equivalent qualifications to seek admission to any university or institution of tertiary education in the European Union.

More information & Regulations on the website of the OSGES


Further information on SMS – My Files


Proclamation Ceremony
The Baccalaureate proclamation ceremony is held every year at the end of the written and oral examinations.
It is both a formal and festive moment, chaired by the Headmaster of the School, in the presence of the students, their families, the teaching staff and the school management staff. For the students, the Baccalaureate ceremony marks the end of their secondary education and the transition to higher education and to their adult lives as European citizens.
All information concerning the dates and the development of the ceremony will be communicated to the students and their family within June, through the SMS.