The IB Diploma supports the portfolio career likely to be the future of many of today’s sixth formers. It nurtures transferable knowledge acquisition skills and offers a broad curriculum which keeps open career avenues around the world.
It is also provides the depth in three subjects that are necessary to pursue specific careers – medicine or architecture, for example.
There is growing evidence, supported by the Higher Education Statistics Report 2011, that IB graduates outperform peers who sat A Levels, at university and in the world of work.
The IB Diploma is also highly regarded by universities worldwide, and is of particular value to students who want to apply to US and European universities.