Welcome to the IFC's Website

Introduction by our Headmaster

In a world that is subject to constant change and in which countries increasingly grow together economically but also socially, the provision of spaces where young people can meet and learn from each other becomes more and more important. The International Fellowship Classes (IFC) of the Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasiums Marbach am Neckar offers such a framework. Every year numerous students from all over the world come to Marbach am Neckar to experience one year of school in two International Fellowship Classes and to learn about the area and the people in the region around Stuttgart. Together with their German fellow students they manage everyday life, gain intercultural experience and form their own opinion about their host country Germany. The language of instruction is English; the students from all continents are hosted by families with children of the same age. I want to wish the special project of the IFC the openness to new ideas, the courage for daily encounters and conflicts as well as the spirit of a supporting community. May all our youth, Germans as well as the international guests, make formative character-building experiences which will be a positive element throughout their entire life. I invite all international students to take a few minutes to browse through this website and possibly become a part of this project at the FSG.

Christof Martin, Headmaster


The IFC project coordinators Natalia Sipos und Felix Brenner were able to put together two IFC classes for the new school year 2020/21 at the…

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IFC trip to Berlin (7th-11th October 2019)

Created by Carla Haaß, 10b

We, the IFC classes of the school year 2019/20, visited the German capital – Berlin from October the 7th to October the 11th 2019 with our form…

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Samjhana and Prakash arrived on 25th September. We are really happy to have them.

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IFC pupils with the Argentinian composer and pianist Darío Ingignoli after his concert in Marbach.

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