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The Ecole Française Internationale de Bombay (EFIB) was founded in 1983. It is a private institution established under Indian Governing Laws as a non-profit organization

The School is overseen by the Agency for French Education Abroad (AEFE), a part of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which includes more than 450 schools in 130 countries.
The density of the AEFE network is unparalleled in the world. Many expatriate families trust in this network because of the guarantee of quality and innovation the French educational system brings. The french schools worldwide network also ensures the continuity of your child’s education from one AEFE institution to another, so that no matter where in the world you move your child can continue their education without interruption.

Today, more than fifteen nationalities are represented at EFIB.

The opportunity offered by the school to attend a bilingual French / English program right from the start of your child’s education (pre-primary school), means that your child is uniquely positioned to excel in life. Many academic studies have proven that interacting in more than one language improves intelligence, confidence and job prospects later in life.

The ongoing commitment of the teaching team to open up to the prestigious culture of its host country, means your child will get a wonderful insight into French language, arts, cuisine and music. This blend of culture, dynamic and innovative teaching makes EFIB the right choice for your child. The school adheres to a strict security and hygiene protocol.

Did you know?

  • The French language is the official language in more than 25 countries worldwide.
  • It is spoken as a first language by more than 120 million people.
  • There are over 450 French schools in over 130 countries worldwide.
  • Of the 250,000 students attending French Schools worldwide, 100,000 are French.
EFIB is divided into three sections:

To understand which class is right for your child, refer to the table below, which shows the comparisons between countries and their national educational system.

EFIB repartion des classes