The International Baccalaureate course will give you the skills and experience to feel prepared, confident and ready to achieve your personal best.

The International Baccalaureate course will give you the skills and experience to feel prepared, confident and ready to achieve your personal best.
Our Pre IB course is offered at St Andrews, Cambridge and Yale.
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Please note students taking this program should be at an IB school and starting the IB Diploma on return to school after summer (normally students going in to Grade 11).

Pre-IB summer school program

The International Baccalaureate is a challenging and demanding program and whether you are feeling left behind - or simply want to get ahead – this course will give you the skills and experience to feel prepared, confident and ready to achieve your personal best.

Designed to offer students a combination of supervised individual research, study periods and personal attention from highly-qualified teachers and mentors, this three-week program is guaranteed to help every student maximise their academic achievement and IB experience.

We recognise that the IB Program is one of the most challenging available to young people today and, in view of this, our Pre-IB summer program is designed to prepare students for the rigorous demands of their final school years. Focusing on improving their work habits and general academic performance, students develop a range of academic skills such as critical thinking, writing, and internet research, all of which are indispensable for success in IB.

Pre-IB

what will it cover?

Students will take part in a number of seminars covering topics essential to academic success including:

  • Time management and organisation
  • Essay writing for IB
  • Presentation skills
  • Research skills

All students will work with tutors to produce IB level essays on subjects of their choice.

Our aim is to improve our students’ overall approach to studying, as well as to prepare the students for their final years of high school.