The International Baccalaureate (IB) is the leading international curriculum worldwide, used in more than 170 countries. It has three programs – Primary Years Program (PYP) for students in Grades 1-5, Middle Years Program (MYP) for students in Grades 6-10 and Diploma Program (DP) for High school graduation.
The IB program focuses on developing the intellectual, personal, emotional and soft skills of each student to study, work, and grow confidently in a globalized environment.
The IB Diploma Program is the gold standard of high school qualifications accepted by major universities around the world.
To be allowed to bring the IB program into their curriculum, schools must meet strict requirements for teaching standards and be authorized by the IB organization to provide the course.
There are numerous benefits to studying an IB program, especially the Diploma Program.
Gateway to the world's highest-ranking universities
The International Baccalaureate (IB) provides a world-class preparation for university and life beyond. IB students consistently demonstrate the critical thinking and research skills needed to excel in their university studies – and they tend to get into the world’s best universities. Every year, the IB sends transcripts to about 5,000 universities in 100 different countries with top destinations such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Hong Kong, and India. (Source: International Baccalaureate Organization)