Academic Studies

Teaching young talented musicians requires specific skills which the founders of Musica Mundi have acquired through more than twenty-five years of experience.

Young musicians often achieve results at school that are above average, undoubtedly because of their  ability to concentrate and the discipline they acquire from their musical education. These highly talented pupils typically strive for excellence, a key source of their motivation.

Our team of high-quality and dedicated teachers, experienced and passionate about pedagogy, understand what is needed for the development of these young musicians and work closely with them to help them achieve their goals.  

Academic subjects are integrated into the student’s daily schedule alongside the music programme. Mathematics, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English, French, German, History, Global Perspectives, Psychology and Sport lessons are included in the curriculum. All teaching (except for French and German) is conducted in English.

As a Cambridge International School, students typically take certificative Cambridge qualifications at the end of each of their final three years of study. Cambridge qualifications are recognised worldwide and students who have successfully completed their studies at the required level will have access to institutions of Higher Education worldwide. The school also delivers an internally-assessed music diploma – the Musica Mundi School Diploma – at the end of the student’s final year of study.

The school currently caters for children of secondary school age (11-18). The school is growing steadily but classes will always be kept to an absolute maximum of fifteen students.

Year 5 & 6 primary (to be open in the future)
These students are taught English ( as 1st and 2nd language), mathematics, science, history, geography and sports.

Year 1 to 4 secondary
Pupils have lessons in maximum 8 subjects that include among others English, mathematics, science, second language, history, global perspectives and sports.

They take the IGCSE exams at the end of the 4th secondary.

Years 5 & 6 secondary
Pupils have lessons in at least 3 major subjects and take the A level final exams in these subjects.

Subjects on offer are: English literature, mathematics, second Language (French or German), history, global perspectives, physics, chemistry, biology and psychology.