International Baccalaureate is a Swiss-based universal school curriculum with a curriculum that has made it possible to equate the education received by students in other countries with the national curriculum. Today IB Diploma (the equivalent of the certificate of secondary education) is recognized as the leading universities in the world.
The program has a number of features, one of which is the development of students' social adaptation skills regardless of their chosen specialization. The emphasis is on independent work. Students are taught to think critically and motivate to achieve. This style of teaching spurs interest in in-depth study of priority subjects. The program, aimed at developing self-confidence, is suitable for purposeful students.
As for academic preparation, students are offered a large selection of subjects. Obligatory is the study of science (methodology) and mathematics. In total, to receive IB Diploma, it is enough to pass examinations in 6 subjects. Teaching of disciplines is conducted at the standard and advanced levels.
Advanced Placement, an additional student education program for enrolling in a higher school, helps students to choose in advance subjects for which they will be able to study at any university in the future. This program is recognized by 90% of US universities, and about half of them enroll graduates immediately on the second course.
The certificate of a secondary school in America is not equivalent to the diploma received in Europe, therefore surrender from three or more disciplines in TASIS is a direct enrollment in any university in Europe.
Institut Montana Zugerberg (the Montana-Zugerberg Institute) is located on the same-name Swiss resort approximately in the middle between the major cities of Luzern and Zurich, Reach about an hour.
The total number of students of the Institute of Montana Zugerberg reaches 180 people: these are students from 10 to 18 years. Most (160 people) choose boarding-style training and live permanently in comfortable residences on campus. The ratio of staff and students is 1: 4, which makes it possible to practice an individual, personal approach, giving each student the maximum amount of attention. Classes are formed small, up to 15 people each. A truly international atmosphere awaits the children's institute: foreigners represent here 36 world states! The pedagogical staff is represented by 45 qualified professionals who also represent the international environment, being representatives of 15 states.
Pupils at the Institute of Montana Zugerberg are given not only a quality academic education, but also develop valuable and useful personal and social qualities in them: responsibility, conscientiousness, mutual respect and tolerance, independence. Especially convenient for Russian students is the fact that the school has a program for studying both the basic Russian language.