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More than 4,000 schools so far have chosen to teach International Baccalaureate® (IB) programs, with their unique academic thoroughness and their prominence on students’ personal development. Those colleges use over 70000 educators, teaching more than one million students worldwide. The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is an assessed programme for students aged 16 to 19. It is revered by leading universities across the world.

Find out the way to become associate IB World College, in order to implement the DP, and read about the benefits and objectives of the DP curriculum below.

What the DP provides to students?

Through the DP, Schools are able to develop students who:


Possess excellent breadth and depth of knowledge

Prosper physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically

Learn at least two languages

Shine in traditional academic subjects

Tour the nature of knowledge through the programme’s distinctive theory of knowledge course.

Why provide the DP?

The international analysis shows that there are several advantages to selecting the dp over different 16-19 curricula. For example:


DP students are better able than their peers to cope with the demanding assignment, manage their time and meet the expectations placed on them, according to one study.

Analysis of dp students in Canada, the UK, and the USA found that the DP’s extended essay improves students’ approach to learning in higher education.

72% of students taking the DP in China attend one in all the world’s prime five hundred universities, according to a 2013 study.


  • Biology SL/HL
  • Chemistry SL/HL
  • Computer Science SL/HL
  • Design Technology SL/HL
  • Environmental Systems and Societies SL
  • Physics SL/HL
  • Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL & HL

Individuals and Societies

  • Business Management SL/HL
  • Economics SL/HL
  • Geography SL & HL
  • Global politics SL/HL
  • History SL/HL
  • Information Technology in a Global Society SL/HL
  • Philosophy SL/HL
  • Psychology SL/HL
  • Social and Cultural Anthropology SL & HL
  • World Religions SL



Dance SL/HL

Film SL & HL

Music SL/HL

Theatre SL/HL

Visual Arts SL/HL

Language and Literature


Language A: Literature SL/HL

Language A: Language and Literature SL/HL

Literature and Performance SL

Language Acquisition


Classical Languages SL/HL

Language B SL/HL

Language AB Initio SL