What is IB education?
More than 4,000 schools around the world have chosen to teach the International Baccalaureate (IB) programs because of their academic rigor and dedication to the personal development of students.
What makes the IB different?
International education is a unique option to help students to develop and achieve their goals and to have the motivation to accomplish their future dreams.
More than 50% of IB schools in the world are public.
The IB differs from other programs because it:
- Encourages students to think critically and to question what they are told.
- Motivates students to learn about both the local and international environment.
- Maintains its independence from governments and other systems, allowing it to adopt best practices from a wide variety of educational frameworks and curricula of different countries.
Through the exclusive course of Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course it encourages students them to experiment with various approaches to learning, as well as to assume the responsibility of ensuring to ensure the progress of their own education.
The programs help the student to:
- Ask themselves complex and interesting questions.
- Think critically.
- Develop research skills that have proven to be useful in higher education.
IB programs also encourage students to actively participate in their communities as well as make learning an experience to drastically improve their academic studies.