Preparation for University and Beyond
What sets the IBDP apart from other qualifications is how it provides students with many of the additional skills top universities are looking for. Students carry out a series of activities relating to creativity, action and service, which helps them to develop stronger interpersonal skills, and broaden their experiences. The approaches to learning in IBDP develop student’s communication, social and research skills, develops critical thinking and supports students to be effective at self-management.
The IBDP is recognized and respected by the world's leading universities and evidence suggests IBDP students have a significantly greater likelihood of earning a first-class honors degree and improved job prospects.
Students require more than a rigorous academic program to prepare for university admissions, so look for a Sixth Form that has support for students throughout the university planning, application and acceptance process. A University Advisor on campus would be a plus, so your child always has someone to answer their questions when they are planning and applying to university.