International Christian Universities in Europe

The International Christian School of Budapest (ICSB) serves the educational needs of international, Hungarian and American business and expat students in the Budapest area.
Entering our 19th year of operation, ICSB provides a stimulating and supportive learning environment in English for children Grades K-12. And we’re growing – 2012-2013 brings our largest enrollment ever (250 students), with 55 per cent North American students and 28 per cent Hungarians. Students from over 22 countries attend ICSB.


ICSB is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The American-style curriculum with an international approach gives students an excellent foundation for success in North American colleges and universities (over 95 per cent of its graduates go on to college). Recently more of our graduates are also entering universities in Europe.
College credits can be earned by taking several Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Classes are taught by native English speakers and ESL (English as a Second Language) support is available for students who are still learning English.
ICSB’s commitment to educating the whole child is evident in the outstanding academic program and in the rich extra-curricular options, which include athletics, band and choir, drama, journalism, community service activities and leadership opportunities, to name a few.


These include spacious classrooms, a gymnasium, library, computer labs, science labs and an outdoor sport court and playground. ICSB provides the most extensive program in Budapest for students with special learning needs.

Excellent location

Offering competitive tuition rates among English-speaking schools, the International Christian School of Budapest is conveniently located just off the M0 motorway, only 18 minutes from downtown (MOM Park shopping center) in peaceful Diósd.

Facts & Figures

Principal: David Welsh (Director)

Established: 1994

Curriculum: North American college preparatory; Christian

Language: English

Age range: 5-19

Number of students: 250

Maximum class size: 25
Percentage of leavers entering higher education: 95 per cent

Tuition fees

In 2012-13, per year

Kindergarten: USD 12, 250
Grades 1-5: USD 14, 750
Grades 6-12 USD 15, 680
Discounts at all levels for missionaries and Hungarian students.

coordinated by school parents

Campus facilities: Library, computer lab, services for students with special learning needs, music, ESL, gymnasium and after-school athletics.

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The victory in the court of the European Free Trade Association has raised questions over the effectiveness of bank deposit guarantee schemes at times of systemic crisis, according to some legal experts.
The court ruled in Iceland’s favour over Icesave, the online offering of collapsed bank Landsbanki, because it said the country suffered such a large financial crisis.
Michael Waibel, a law lecturer at the University of Cambridge, said Iceland had argued that a systemic banking crisis should be dealt with using different tools to deposit schemes:
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I was happy to hear that NYC didn't allow Iranian President Ahmadinejad to place a wreath at the WTC site. And I was happy that Columbia University is rescinding the offer to let him speak. If you let a guy like that express his views, before long the entire world will want freedom of speech.
I hate Ahmadinejad for all the same reasons you do. For one thing, he said he wants to "wipe Israel off the map." Scholars tell us the correct translation is more along the lines of wanting a change in Israel's government toward something more democratic, with less gerrymandering. What an ass-muncher!
Ahmadinejad also called the holocaust a "myth

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2010-05-12 14:55:05 by puterputz

Kagan would be quite willing to fashion her legal arguments to attain her liberal/left policy goals, and that is exactly what her other writings show. Her 1993 article “Regulation of Hate Speech and Pornography After R.A.V,” (60 University of Chicago Law Review 873; available on Lexis/Nexis) indicates someone who is entirely on board with seeking ways to circumscribe free speech in the interests of multicultural virtue… She acknowledges that the Supreme Court is unlikely to alter its stance that speech based on viewpoint is protected by the First Amendment, but she sees that as subject to change with a different majority… Clearly, she does not see the protection of viewpoint-based speech as a principle worth preserving or set in stone

Obesity Driving Rising U.S. Health Costs

2007-10-02 11:20:20 by zeb431

Just in case anyone has any lingering doubts as to the major, or NUMBER ONE cause of health care crisis.....
Obesity is a big factor driving soaring rates of chronic disease in the United States, with many more Americans chronically ill than their European counterparts, a new study finds.
It's an expensive problem, too: According to researchers, chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease account for some $100 to $150 billion in health-care spending in the United States each year.
"The United States spends twice as much as European countries on health care," noted lead researcher Kenneth Thorpe, chairman of the department of health policy and management at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health in Atlanta

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