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Welcome to Marymount International School Rome's application portal. To apply for admission to Marymount International School, please download all of the application forms applicable to the grade level for which you are applying as listed below. Then send the completed application package to the Director of Admissions. Please note that the Teacher and Principal recommendation forms should be sent directly from the school your child is currently attending.

If you are unable to download these forms please contact the Admissions office 

Please read all the materials carefully. When completing the application form, use BLOCK CAPITAL letters and note that the signatures of both parents who are responsible for the Applicant are necessary on the Application Form.

Kindly note that when all the documentation has been received, the students' files will be reviewed by the Board of Admissions. The Headmistress will then inform parents of the Board's decision. 

Depending on the level for which you are applying the application process requires the submission of the following documentation (please see below for each grade level).

How to apply to Marymount International School Rome:

All Marymount application materials should be sent to attention of the Director of Admissions by email, fax or mail.

By Email

By Mail
Marymount International School
Via di Villa Lauchli 180
00191 Rome

By Fax
(+39) 06 3629 1099

 The application fee may be paid by wire transfer using the bank coordinates below:

Bank transfer Details

Payable to Marymount International School
Banca Popolare di Sondrio
IBAN: IT78 W056 9603 2150 0000 2800 X80
Payment for (causale): Name of student

Once the Admissions Office has received all of the application materials, the Board of Admissions will review the student's file. The Headmistress will then inform the parents of the Board's decision. A visit to the school is highly recommended if distance permits.