MISY welcomes students of all nationalities, backgrounds, and religions. Through the interview process, students need to demonstrate that they are enthusiastic about the school’s mission to make positive contributions to Myanmar and the wider world. Successful students also show that they will be able to thrive within the rigorous academic atmosphere which is a hallmark of our school.

The school has a highly regarded English as an Additional Language (EAL) support programme for students who are English Language learners; however, an age-appropriate proficiency in written and spoken English, is in most cases a requirement for admission into the Secondary School. MISY is proud that our Learning Centre @ MISY is able to provide additional support for students who follow an adapted curriculum.

Admission for the early years Nursery, Reception, and Year 1 are normally based on the age of the child. Admission to Year 2 to 13 is based on age and our own placement examinations and an interview with the relative School Heads or other senior staff.

Interested applicants should download the "Student Enrollment Form" linked below. All admissions queries by email should be sent to

For more information on the admissions process, please see the "Apply Now" page of this website.

If you need any further information regarding admissions and fees, please contact our school office by telephone on +95 9 4444 50 712, 4444 50713.

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MISY is an inclusive school that values diversity and service. Our alumni have gone on to attend some of the finest Universities in the world. We keep class sizes small, and please understand that each year MISY receives more applications than we have positions. Admission to MISY occurs on a rolling basis, so apply today!

If you need any further information regarding admissions, please contact our school office by telephone on +95 9 4444 50 712, 4444 50 713. We look forward to welcoming you into the MISY community.

Step by Step Admissions Process

  • Parents/Guardians submit the following documents to the school:
    • New Student Enrollment Form (see below)
    • Full academic reports from all current or previous school(s) from at least the past two years
    • Relevant medical information
  • The admissions officer will then respond by email or by phone, to confirm that the documents have been received and to schedule an admissions test (see #3) or Skype interview (see #4).
  • If in Mandalay, the student sits the admissions test. At this time, the school schedules an appointment to relate results of the test, schedules a full WIDA test if deemed necessary, and schedules an appointment for an admissions interview with the Principal.
  • If not in Mandalay, the student’s previous academic reports and--in some instances--a Skype interview with the Principal or Director will stand instead of the MISY Admissions Test.
  • If an Individualised Education Plan (IEP) or adapted curriculum is deemed necessary, then an ad hoc committee including all relevant staff is formed to review the admissions case.
  • The admissions committee, led by the relevant Principal, reviews all documents and makes the admissions decision.
  • School notifies applicant of admissions decision.

Admissions decisions may fall under the following categories:

  • Admittance into MISY
  • Admittance with Conditions
  • Wait Pool
  • Not Eligible



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Students aged between 3 to 17 years of age may apply to MISY.

You need to fill out “Student Enrollment Form” and submit a copy of your child’s Birth Certificate; a copy of his/her updated report card of current school or previous school and two passport size photos. Please submit these to the MISY reception during office hours 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.

Please note we are closed on Sundays and public holidays.

EYFS: Nursery, Reception
Primary School: Year 1 to Year 6
Secondary School: Year 7 to Year 9
IGCSE: Year 10 and Year 11
AS/A Level: Year 12 and Year 13

All candidates from Year 2 to Year 10 are required to take an English and mathematics placement test.

Students will also be interviewed.

Students entering for A Level will need to bring a copy of their IGCSE results.

MISY provides comprehensive English as an additional Language (EAL) programme from Year 2 to Year 10. Some of our students do not speak English well when they arrive and our teachers in the EAL department are specially trained to provide English support. Students who enter the EAL programme will be required to pay extra fees.

This is a non-refundable payment that enables us to cover the administrative costs of the application process. Re-entering and re-applying students must also pay the application fees. This is not refundable under any circumstances.

Nursery ( Age 3 to 4 ) - 8:45 AM to 2:30 PM

Reception ( Age 4 to 5 ) - 8:45 AM to 2:30 PM

Year 1 to Year 12 ( Age 5 to 16 ) - 8:45 AM to 3:30 PM