Grow global minds
- Take your teaching to the next level – and potentially - a new country
- Graduate with an internationally recognised and in demand qualification
- Network with high-achieving peers and leading academics.
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The International Baccalaureate (IB) program prepares graduates and practising teachers at various stages of their career, to deliver a student-focused progressive curriculum and help facilitate a better educational experience for learners – from primary to secondary years.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers a range of 100% online study options —from Professional Development Single Subjects, through to a master’s qualification. Covering aspects of IB principles such as development of communication and thinking skills, supporting student inquiry and international-mindedness, this program prepares you to confidently apply what you have learnt within your own classroom.
Our IB program offers three specialisations within each course including, the Primary Years Programme (PYP) (ages 3–12), the Middle Years Programme (MYP) (ages 11-16) and the Education (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) (ages 16-18). Each programme is centred on a creative and challenging framework that nurtures individual strengths and encourages students to drive their own learning, through inquiry and independence of thought.
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Term Applications close Term dates Term 3, 2018 2 July 16 Jul - 16 Sep
Term Applications close Term dates Term 1, 2019 14 Jan 28 Jan - 31 Mar Term 3, 2019 1 Jul 15 Jul - 15 Sep
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