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What is IBCP?

The International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme was created for students who want to build transferrable and lasting abilities in applied knowledge, critical thinking, communication, and cross-cultural interaction while engaging in career-related learning. To assure the best prospects in the current economic climate, a student must be well-equipped with industry-specific skills. The IBCP was established with this goal in mind for students aged 15 to 19 who are ready to enter their field with a competitive advantage.

Why choose IBCP?

  1. Student Centric Approach

    Teaching in the IB programmes is built on a student-centric approach that revolves around the spirit of inquiry of the students. It is designed to encourage students to become active, compassionate, and lifelong learners who are on the path to becoming responsible global citizens.

  2. Experiential Learning

    Students in the IB programme learn through CAS (Creativity, Activity, and Service). The purpose of this approach of teaching is to allow students to learn by doing and to take action in the service of others. Projects, organisations, community service, athletics, and other co-curricular activities allow students to develop their own interests and skills. CAS aids in the development of well-rounded, motivated, and engaged learners.

  3. Autonomy

    Students in the IB programme are encouraged to trust their instincts. It is possible to make connections between what is taught in the science classroom and what occurs on the soccer field. This link can then be developed into a personal research project, such as for The Extended Essay. Students are free to pursue whatever fascinates and motivates them.

  4. Research Skills

    The IB Diploma also includes the Extended Essay and the Theory of Knowledge component. These components motivate students to develop advanced independent research and organising abilities, which are essential for any student seeking to pursue higher education or professional success in the future.

  5. Critical Thinking

    Discussion and two-way communication between teachers and students are common in IB classrooms. Every student in the class is encouraged to speak up and express themselves. This method of instruction generates students who are capable of original thought, who are confident in their viewpoints, willing to listen to and learn from others.

  6. Global Citizenship

    The IB programmes are recognised all around the world. Internationalism and open mindedness is innate to IB learners. Students are also taught to be globally inclusive and culturally aware as part of the IB curriculum, ensuring that they are well prepared as global citizens.

  7. Challenging

    It is academically demanding. It's energising, motivating, and encouraging learners to reach their full potential. The IB is extremely rewarding for those who wish to push themselves. Students graduate with skills and a sense of self-assurance that will propel them ahead for the rest of their lives.

  8. Time Management

    The key to the successful independent study is time management, which IB students have a natural knack for. Students who master these skills will be one step ahead when they progress to university level education. Establishing good study habits, setting aside time for assignments, developing individual revision techniques, and resisting distractions are all skills that students who master will be one step ahead when they progress to university level education.

  9. Opportunities for further studies

    A study by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) showed that IB Diploma graduates have a better chance of enrolling in one of the UK's top 20 universities and colleges than other students with similar qualifications. It was also found that IB graduates are more likely to be admitted into 10 of the US's most prestigious universities.

  10. Personal Growth

    Being exposed to multiple perspectives, learning to articulate your own opinions, balancing academic work with co-curricular activities, learning through experience, researching and managing your own work - the level of personal growth that IB students achieve is reason enough for choosing this program.