1. What is the IB Diploma Programme?
The IB Diploma Programme t is a world renowned certification and is accepted all over the world, including Pakistan.
The IB has been statistically proven to be better at developing
- self-management, and
- independent inquiry skills when compared to any other certification.
The IB is the global standard in multi-disciplinary secondary education today.
2. Are there scholarships available?
Yes. Merit based scholarships are available. For further information please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
3. What is the registration process?
1) Step 1: Registration: The initial step for the admission is the registration of the student. For registration we need the following details:
- Student name
- Father Name
- Student Age
- Father’s/Guardian’s phone Number
- No Registration Fee due to the pandemic.
2) Step 2: Payment and documentation: After Registration, the parents need to submit the necessary documents to the school which includes:
- Student Birth certificate
- Parents CNIC copies
- Student last year reports
- Copies of Passport in case of foreign national
- 2 Passport size photographs of the student.
- Completely filled Admission Form (received at the time of registration) (Attached)
- Payment of admission fee(non-refundable) and security amount(refundable)
3) Step 3: Admission confirmation: After complete documentation and payment, students can join BNI.
4. Can a Diploma Student apply for admission in Pakistani Universities?
Yes, IBBC grants equivalence to IB DP exactly the same way they do for A Levels and all Pakistani Universities accept and respect the certification.
5. Can a Diploma student pursue a medical degree in Pakistan?
Yes, a Diploma student can pursue any career path in any country provided they have the right choice of subjects and grades.
5. How does the Programme work?
DP students study six subjects (three at standard level and three at higher level) over two years and complete three additional requirements: the Theory of Knowledge (TOK), the extended essay and at least 150 hours of creativity, activity and service tasks (also known as CAS) outside of the classroom.
- Language acquisition
- The arts
- Individuals and societies
- Studies in language and literature
In addition to these requirements, students must earn a minimum of 24 points out of a possible 45 points on the final assessment which is externally marked and moderated by the IB, in order to receive an IB diploma.
6. How do colleges and universities view the Diploma Programme?
World leading universities recognise the DP as one of the highest standards in university preparatory education. Research studies suggest that higher rates of DP students go on to university and higher education study than non-IB students. Further, DP students report being better prepared for postsecondary studies than their peers.
7. Do DP teachers receive special training?
All DP teachers receive professional development in the IB’s approaches to teaching and approaches to learning by certified IB workshop leaders. This is a requirement of IB World Schools implementing the DP.
8 What are the advantages of an IB education?
IB World Schools are subject to a strict accreditation process monitored by IB, ensuring that schools provide a high quality education. Teaching methods and curriculums are research-based and draw from the best educational practices around the world. An IB education:
- Focusses on learners
- Develops effective approaches to teaching and learning
- Works within global contexts
- Explores significant content and provides students with a broad and balanced education
9 What kind of a student is a good candidate for DP?
The DP is a challenging course of study. Success throughout the programme depends on a student’s dedication to do his or her best, willingness to be organised in order to complete the work while leading a full, balanced life, and a strong commitment to learning in and beyond the classroom. That is more of an indicator of ability to earn the diploma than prior academic success.