International Baccalaureate is a continuum of educational programmes for
students aged 3 to 19.
For each of
the six chosen subjects, students receive a grade of between 1 and 7, with 7
being the highest. The Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essay can collectively
contribute another three points to a student’s total score. To pass the IB,
students must receive a total score of 24 or above out of 45 potential points.
IB Diploma Programme score required for admission varies by university;
however, the minimum admission score to attend the world’s best universities
generally ranges from 37 to 42.
IB Primary Years Programme (PYP):
aged 3 to 12, this formative programme gives students the best possible start
to education, helping them become active and lifelong learners.
IB Middle Years Programme (MYC):
students aged 11 to 16, this course builds a solid academic foundation for
students, turning them into confident learners who approach problem-solving
with a broad, holistic method.
IB Diploma Programme (IBDP):
students from 16 to 19, this programme inspires and sets up students to excel
at university and throughout the rest of their lives, both personally and
IB Career-Related Programme (IBCP):
is specifically aimed at students in their final years at school and gives them
all the tools they need to succeed, no matter what career path they choose to