IB curriculum is for students aged 3 – 19 and they challenge students to excel in their studies and encourage both personal and academic achievement.
World Class educators and students – The IB supports schools and teachers to provide a rigorous high quality education, offering professional development that improves pedagogy and leadership.
IB students at University – Research from leading institutions shows that IB students are more likely than their peers to succeed in higher education.
Implementing the IB – The IB works closely with districts, regional and national representatives to implement IB programmes and professional development in countries all over the world.
About the IB – The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers four high quality challenging educational programmes to students aged 3 – 19. The Primary Years Programme (ages 3yrs – 10yrs). The Middle Years Programme (ages 11 – 16yrs). The Diploma Programme (ages 16 – 18yrs) and a Career-related Programme (ages 16 – 19yrs). The IB programmes focus on fostering critical thinking and building problem-solving skills, while encouraging diversity, international mindedness, curiosity and a healthy appetite for learning and excellence.
An IB education provides students distinct advantages as they enter a world where asking the right questions is as important as discovering answers.
The IB organization is well over 50 years and their global community of world class educators and coordinators engage with over 2 million students in over 6,000 schools across 160 countries.