Under the Rainbow is a vivid community in Budapest that includes three international locations and one bilingual location in the 2nd district offering a wide range of programs and a high-quality education for children aged 14 months-7 years.
UTR has been offering early childhood education since 2009, continuously growing and expanding its curriculum. The latest assets to our educational program are the ‘Forest School’ program and the Animal Assisted Classes.
Since 2021 UTR has been selected as a practicing kindergarten for students of ELTE University studying to be kindergarten teachers.
The kindergarten classes in three buildings accept children aged 3-7 from all over the world. Our international locations offer a curriculum in English, while the language of instruction in the bilingual program is both Hungarian and English.
The institutions are truly child- and family-centric where teachers and parents are working closely together on each child’s development. Playing is essential during a child’s first years, first learning experiences must be embedded into playing. A school that is able to function as ’A Home from Home’, can really give a good start to your child’s education and form a strong base to their further academic learning.
According to our philosophy each child is
a unique person with an individual personality,
learning style and family background.
Meet our staff
Meet our staff
We employ qualified and experienced childcare staff who are dedicated to providing high quality care and education to all children. We recruit staff based on their qualifications, skills, experience and attitude. Our class sizes are small, allowing our teachers to pay attention to the children’s needs.Read more
All the locations belonging to our UTR family are situated in the 2nd district of Budapest, on the Buda side. Being surrounded by the Buda Hills, the children can spend lots of valuable time out in the nature: in our gardens, in the nearby parks, or in the woods. Thanks to the beautiful surrounding environment, a so called ‘Forest School’ program has become part of our curriculum.