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Visitors' days at Nørre G

Visitors' Days at Nørre Gymnasium

As is the tradition of Danish upper secondary schools, we offer a number of Visitors' Days for all interested applicants to have ‘a taste’ of the atmosphere at Nørre G, to experience class sessions at first hand, and to get further information about the international programmes, pre-IB and/or IB Diploma Programme. Such a day can be a valuable element in the interested student’s orientation as to which educational path to choose for the coming school year.

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Pre-IB Visitors' Days (NB: for students presently in grades 9 or 10 or Danish “efterskole” or on exchange abroad. Ages 15-max.17 )

You meet at 9.30 hrs. by the Reception on the first floor. The day ends around 16.00 hrs. and will include the following:

  • Participation in 3 classes
  • Meeting Pre-IB students
  • A tour of the school
  • Q & A session with the IB Student Counsellor/pre-IB Team Leader

Please remember to bring either a packed lunch or money for buying your lunch from the school's cafeteria.

To sign up for a Pre-IB Visitors' Day go via the top right menu link on this page.

IB Diploma Programme Visitors' Days (NB: for students presently in grade 11 or Danish 1.g. Ages 17-max.19 )
From December to February, we have a number of IB DP Visitors' Days to choose from, and the online sign-up form is available via the menu link on the top right of this page.

Please meet at 7.55 hrs. by the Reception, located on the first floor, where you will be met by your IB student tutor. The school day starts at 8.00 hrs. and will end at around 14.00 or 16.00 hrs. respective of your date/subject package choice. The IB DP day will include the following:

  • Following class sessions in the subject packages of your choice with your assigned IB DP student tutor all day
  • Lunch break
  • Round-off in a Q&A session with the IB Coordinator and/or the IB Student Counsellor

You should remember to bring either a packed lunch or money for buying your lunch from the school's cafeteria.

NB: It is not possible to sign up for a Visitors’ Day by email/phone.