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Description : IB program in Wellington College

Wellington College
from 10200.00
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Wellington College In 2018 - 60% of A Level students achieved A* - A
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Accommodation type: boarding house, residence
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational schools
from £ 10200.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
15-18
from 10 895 £ / term

Description

In the 11-12th grade, students choose an educational program. Wellington College offers IB and A-level.

International Baccalaureate involves a classical educational scheme. Students learn subjects from 6 groups. The list of disciplines includes English, mathematics, art (music, theater, visualization), natural sciences and technology design, humanities (psychology, international relations, political doctrines, philosophy, history of art, history, geography, economics, management and business), foreign languages ​​(Greek, Latin, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, German, French).


School description

Private boarding school Wellington College is one of the most prestigious boarding schools in England: unlike many private schools in England for girls , it accepts both children for education. It was established as a charitable educational institution. The first students of the school were orphans of military officers. The idea of ​​creating Wellington College belongs to Prince Albert, Queen Victoria, Lord Stanley - the 14th Earl of Derby. The first stone in the construction of the school was laid by Queen Victoria personally. Initially, the school accepted only boys. The boarding school opened its doors for students on 20.01.1859. Girls have been in school since 1970.

The boarding school has a special approach to teaching children. It's not just about trying to give students the best British education. Every child is encouraged to become better. Teachers, organizers of extra-curricular activities, sports coaches and masters of art help international students to discover potential, develop abilities, achieve outstanding results in academic, creative, sports field, public work.

Wellington College accepts international students on standard terms. For admission at any stage, you need knowledge of English at the level of fluency (B2 and above), good characteristics from the school, an extract of estimates. Each applicant is interviewed. In interview the applicant must demonstrate motivation, dedication, a desire for knowledge and a willingness to comply with the rules and regulations of internal regulations.

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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-14
from 10 200 £ / term

The first 2 years of learning process (9-10 class) students study general educational disciplines. In the process of studying the foreign students follow a common schedule. Most of the items are required for study. Some disciplines are offered to choose from, among them, Latin and modern languages ​​(Spanish, German).

Since the middle of the 9th year, students have been actively preparing for the GCSE exams. In total, each of them studies at least 9 subjects.

Annual
15-18
from 10 895 £ / term

In the 11-12th grade, students choose an educational program. Wellington College offers IB and A-level.

The A-level course provides for the study in the first year of 5 subjects. Of these, one is compulsory, students choose independently 4 disciplines. The choice is made taking into account the future professional activity. The first year of study ends with exams. At the second, students continue to study 4 subjects. Those who wish can reduce their number to 3. In the second year of A-level, all students apply to universities (usually in 6 institutions), guaranteeing admission to the priority specialty.

Annual
15-18
from 10 895 £ / term

In the 11-12th grade, students choose an educational program. Wellington College offers IB and A-level.

International Baccalaureate involves a classical educational scheme. Students learn subjects from 6 groups. The list of disciplines includes English, mathematics, art (music, theater, visualization), natural sciences and technology design, humanities (psychology, international relations, political doctrines, philosophy, history of art, history, geography, economics, management and business), foreign languages ​​(Greek, Latin, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, German, French).

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