Process

In order to be considered for an Excellence in Expat Education Award, schools must be assessed by members of the EEA team.  These assessments are conducted at the request of the school.  Any school that is interested in EEE Assessments and the EEE Awards should contact us here.


 

Initial Contact

Once the school has reached out to us to request an assessment, we will work with the school to determine the best dates for the assessor visit. Kindly note: The school will pay all assessment fees in advance of the visit.


Due Diligence

The school will appoint an internal liaison who will be the main contact point for the assessor in preparation for the visit. The assessor will advise the liaison of all information and documentation needed prior to the visit, as well as a full list of meeting requirement.


School Visit

During the site visit, the assessor will require access to the classrooms, management, teachers/staff, students and parents. They will also require copies of written materials related to education and facilities.


Report

Approximately 1 week following the visit, EEE will send a detailed report to the school with all key findings. The school will have the opportunity to comment and share their own feedback on the report.


Awards

Award notifications will be made to all schools that have undergone assessment. In the event that a school does not receive an award, EEE can provide a range of school-improvement consultancy services.

Awards will be issued at a Gala Award Dinner, to be held in one of the following locations: Dubai (UAD), Cairo (Egypt) or Madrid (Spain).


Post Award

The logo and links to all awarded schools will appear on the EEE website; The EEE logo and link will in turn be listed on the websites of all awarded schools.

Each award is valid for a period of 4 years. Based on changes that may take place at the school during this time, a new assessment visit will take place after this time.

 


Headmasters and Headmistresses

Are you interested in an EEE Assessment for your school?