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Diploma Programme (Grades 11 and 12)

 

What Is the Diploma Programme (DP)?

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) was established in 1968 to provide an international, and internationally recognized, university-entrance qualification for students studying outside of their home country. The IB’s goal is to provide students with the values and opportunities that will enable them to develop sound judgment, make wise choices, and respect others in the global community.

The IB Diploma Programme emphasizes academic achievement, critical thinking, research skills and community service. It has been operating world-wide for almost 50 years and is in place in almost 3000 schools in over 140 countries around the world. As the programme has grown, so too has its reputation for excellence; the IB DP is now recognised in almost every country in the world as a one of the pre-eminent pre-university qualifications.

 

What Are the Core Elements of the DP?

 

Which DP Subjects Are Offered at ISP?


To be eligible for the IB Diploma, each student is required to follow six IB Diploma courses, with one subject taken from each group in the curriculum model:

All IB Diploma students must choose three courses at Higher Level (HL) and three courses at Standard Level (SL).

 

The IB Diploma Programme emphasizes academic achievement, critical thinking, research skills and community service.
The International Baccalaureate

 

Where to Learn More about the DP?

Explore the links and videos below to learn more about the DP as an educational philosophy and its implementation at ISP. 

 

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