Students at International Baccalaureate® (IB) World Schools are given a unique, challenging and diverse education.
IB learners are:
- encouraged to think critically and solve complex problems
- drive their own learning
- a core part in educational programmes that can lead them to some of the highest-ranking universities around the world
- more culturally aware through the development of a second language
- able to engage with people in an increasingly globalized, rapidly changing world.
IB students often perform better
IB students develop strong academic, social and emotional characteristics. They are also likely to perform well academically – often better than students on other curricula.
Read key findings from IB research to learn more about how the IB programmes impact students and schools.
Join the IB's global alumni network
The IB is extremely proud of its graduates, and the alumni network connects them with one another and with the IB community.
Members of the alumni network receive opportunities to get involved in IB projects and to share their stories.
Students who will graduate in the next two years are encouraged to join.