Dunya IB School has started to offer Diploma Programme since 2010. Our graduates graduated from many prestigious universities such as Oxford, Warwick, New Castle, Lancaster, Southampton, Surrey, Boston, Twente, George Washington, etc. within ten years. The majority of our graduates have achieved university diplomas of honor.
International research and our experience prove that there are many benefits to choosing the DP over other high school curricula. For example, DP students are better able than their peers to cope with demanding workloads, manage their time, and meet the expectations placed on them. The structure of the IB program develops breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding.
IB students participate in CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) which helps to shape students into well-rounded, motivated, engaged individuals. IB students are encouraged to make links between everything they learn and to follow their own instincts. Connections can be made between something taught in the science classroom and something that happens out on the soccer field. The Extended Essay and the Theory of Knowledge components are two other elements of the IB Diploma. These components require students to develop advanced independent research and organizational skills – crucial for any student wishing to pursue higher learning or success in their future careers.
The IB classroom features discussion and two-way communication between teacher and students. Every member of the class is encouraged to speak up and voice their opinions. The IB Diploma is internationally recognized. It’s offered by around 150 countries globally and recognized by colleges and universities from almost 90 countries. This includes prestigious universities, such as Oxford, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and so on. The IB curriculum also teaches students to be outward-facing and culturally aware, so they are well prepared as global citizens. It’s academically rigorous. It’s stimulating, inspiring, and allows students to really excel and see what they’re capable of.
For those who choose to challenge themselves, the IB is hugely rewarding. Students finish with skills and a level of confidence that will push them forward their whole life through. A study by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) showed that IB Diploma graduates are more likely to be admitted into the most prestigious universities.