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QSI Mosta

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QSI Mosta

Postby travellingmum » Fri 19 Aug 2011 08:37 GMT

hi all,
I'm new here and in a bit of a hurry atm as I can hear the kids killing each other in the kitchen...

We're planning to move to Malta in the next few months and wanted to ask about the QSI in Malta. Does anyone have any experiences?

Also, how much are the fees, does anyone know?

Thanks in advance and I'll be back later to introduce myself properly :)
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Postby gozomark » Fri 19 Aug 2011 09:24 GMT

Hi, and welcome to the forum :-)

there is some info on QSI from 2008 on the following

http://britishexpat.com/expatforum/malt ... c&start=15

includes "I e-mailed QSI had a quick response with details of fees etc"
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Postby travellingmum » Sun 21 Aug 2011 12:39 GMT

hi mark, thank you for the link, but unfortunately it doesn't contain any feedbak from people whose children are attending or have attended QSI, I suppose with such a small number of student in the school it;s difficult to find this sort of info
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Postby travellingmum » Fri 26 Aug 2011 09:38 GMT

just came back for an update on this in case it's useful to someone in the future.

The fees for QSI for 6 yo and over (I think it's only for primary school though) are $11,700 (just over E8000) for a full day (9.00 - 16.00). They also have the half day option, until 12.30, iirc that costs a bit over $7000.

Books and materials are included in the price and there's no uniform.
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Postby boogiewoogie » Sun 28 Aug 2011 19:09 GMT

don't know but just in case my DS doesn't get into VIS (his year group is currently full) I would have to look at alternatives. Any further info or impressions would be great to hear.
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