- International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)
- The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is an academic examination course followed in the final two years in many secondary schools throughout the world. It is recognized by governments and universities worldwide as an entrance qualification to higher education.
- Candidates study a total of 6 subjects: 3 subjects at Higher Level(HL) and 3 subjects at Standard Level(SL). One subject is chosen from each of the following groups:
There are 3 further requirements. All students must:
- Follow an assessed course in the Theory of Knowledge (TOK), which lies at the centre of the IB programme. TOK explores the different methods by which knowledge claims are justified across each area of the IB programme.
- Fulfil the demands of Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS), which is a programme of activity pursued outside the classroom.
- Write an Extended Essay (of 4000 words) in one of their subjects based on their own research. The extended essay allows students to demonstrate the research skills and knowledge they have learned during their school career.