IB program in Kent College Canterbury
IB Diploma the world's leading universities recognize as a diploma of secondary education. More than 50 years ago in Switzerland, the International Baccalaureate program was created, which is now rightfully considered a classic high school course. IB allows to recognize the education received abroad as a national one due to the universality of filling and standardization of requirements.
The course is aimed at developing in students critical thinking, independent work skills and great motivation to achieve success in any field of activity. The development of social adaptation skills helps students to gain confidence in their abilities, increases ambition and purposefulness.
Compulsory disciplines are offered for academic preparation:
There are standard and advanced levels of teaching, including three subjects. To get IB Diploma, you need to pass 6 exams.
The Kent College curriculum consists of 6 groups of subjects. The students can learn native (for foreign students), world or English literature. For a foreign language there are introduced three levels of knowledge, and you can choose one of four options:
Students are taught business, history, economics and geography in the block of humanitarian subjects. The study of natural sciences (chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology) provides for three levels of complexity. The study of film production is proposed in the block "art". In each group of disciplines, students can choose several subjects, three to teach at a standard level, and three - on an in-depth level. To develop the ability to think creatively, a course of analytical thinking (TOC), the preparation of individual research work (EE) and a program of creative thinking, developed at Kent College Canterbury, are provided.