Register Your Interest With Us in a Few Simple Steps:

Our Admissions Team welcome enquiries and applications from local and international candidates. We accept students throughout the academic year.

Knowledge Gate International School's Admissions Policy fully embraces diversity and does not discriminate against any child or family. All children are welcome to apply regardless of nationality, ethnicity or religion. We are a truly international and diverse institution for parents seeking a British-style global education for their children.

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Complete the Enquiry Form

Register your interest in our school by completing the Enquiry Form and arranging a visit to our school in person, if possible.

Our Friendly Admissions Team are happy to answer your questions and will provide you with further information.

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Submit an Application Form

All completed online applications must be submitted with a registration fee receipt. The cost of registration per child is OMR 300. Please note that this amount is non-refundable and non-transferrable.

As part of Knowledge Gate International School's application process, parents/legal guardians must include the following original documents for each prospective student. Unfortunately, we are unable to process applications with missing documents.

Please upload and submit:

  • Child’s birth certificate
  • Parent’s marriage certificate (Religious or Civil marriage)
  • Copy of parent’s passport and residence card (if available)
  • Copy of child’s passport
  • A recent passport-style photo of the child
  • Latest school report (if applicable)
  • Letter from the child's previous school confirming that no fees are outstanding (if applicable).

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Once we have received your child's application, we will contact you to arrange English, maths and verbal reasoning assessments. Entry assessments may take place at the child’s current school. KGIS will contact the child’s current education provider to arrange the delivery of placement tests by courier. Parents are required to cover assessment and delivery costs during the application process.

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Interview & Entry Assessment

As part of the school's admissions process, prospective Kindergarten students entering the UK Foundation Stage, are required to sit an entry assessment. 

Applicants for Grades 1-5 (UK Primary School), Grades 6-10 (UK Secondary School), and Grade 11 (UK Post 16, Year 12) are required to attend a short interview and undertake a Cognitive Ability Test (CAT) at a time and date specified by the school.

The vast majority of teaching is conducted in English; therefore, all applicants must also be able to demonstrate language fluency at an age-appropriate level.

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Acceptance Offer

Successful applicants will receive an offer letter from the school. Once you have accepted a place at the school, you will be informed of your child's start date and additional details pertaining to their enrolment.

Admissions Process for Students with SEND

What is the admissions process for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)?

At Knowledge Gate International School, we welcome students with a range of learning requirements. Our staff are committed to educating all students in a common learning environment with similarly-aged peers; therefore, we kindly ask parents to share the details of any Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), Individual Learning Plans (ILPs), and any Educational Psychologist, Paediatric, or other specialist reports (e.g. Speech and Language or Occupational Therapy), where applicable.

Sharing this information with us prior to a place being offered enables our staff to facilitate an appropriate assessment of your child’s educational needs so that they can be adequately supported via an educational plan and any necessary resources. Very rarely, it may not be in the best interests of the child to be placed at KGIS.

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We are delighted to hear from parents and can provide further information about our school or assistance with the admissions process.