The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma is a two-year curriculum that fosters high academic standards and international understanding. It is recognised by Australian tertiary institutions and major universities worldwide as the gold standard in university preparation.
Offering more than just academic knowledge, the learner and their personal development are central to the IB Diploma Programme. Students explore and develop their intellectual, emotional and ethical attributes with the IB Learner Profile and develop an excellent breadth and depth of academic knowledge.
The IB Diploma programme encourages students across the globe to become active and compassionate lifelong learners. The core values and education philosophy of IB are in harmony with the Montessori philosophy; the development of engaged, empowered, and independent learners.
Students completing the IB study six subjects chosen from subject areas including language, humanities, the experimental sciences, mathematics, and the arts, in addition to the three core components of the programme around the Extended Essay, CAS, and Theory of Knowledge.
For more information about the IB at Melbourne Montessori School please click through to our IB at MMS information page here: The IB at MMS
Learn more about the IB at: www.ibo.org