The International School of Bucharest has become the newest member of an ever-growing global community of over 4000 schools offering the International Baccalaureate in 147 different countries.
Students will be able to take the IB Diploma Programme at the school, with the first cohort commencing their studies on 4th September, 2017.
The IB has a positive impact on students, schools and their wider communities with learning going well beyond the classroom. Its unique and innovative approach to learning means both students and teachers are genuinely engaged with the programs and benefit from being a part of an unparalleled global network. Students are able to participate in international conferences and educators work with their peers internationally to ensure that the IB remains at the cutting edge of international education.
David Newsham, Head of Secondary says:
“We wanted to offer our students a more holistic education which will instil in them the skills, knowledge, and outlook to succeed in the 21st century, both in their local community and in the wider world. At the same time, we wanted to give our teachers the opportunity to be a part of an international network of experts leading the field in education. We are delighted to become an IB World School and we look forward to reaping the many benefits of the programme.”
Adrian Kearney, Regional Director IB Africa, Europe, Middle East says:
“The IB is recognized across the world for its innovative approach to education. We strongly believe that it is important to place an equal focus on academics and other, transferable skills, in order to best prepare students for success beyond school.
“That ISB has now successfully completed the authorization process and can now start offering the IB marks an exciting time for ISB and more importantly, for the students who will benefit from an IB education.”
For further information about the International Baccalaureate please visit www.ibo.org.
For further information on ISB’s admission procedure please visit www.isb.ro.