Taking the International Baccalaureate?
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme is a two-year course available in almost 150 countries worldwide. King's welcomes applications for all courses that we offer from students studying for the IB.
Our typical IB offer requires an overall score of 42 (including the Theory of Knowledge and Extended Essay components) and 7, 7, 6 in the relevant Higher Level subjects. In addition to the IB, candidates for Maths may also be required to take STEP papers.
IB applicants starting the new IB Mathematics syllabus are expected to take IB Higher Level 'Analysis and Approaches' for any course where Mathematics is a requirement.
You will also need to be taking suitable subjects for your chosen course. See the relevant subject page for more information.
What Will I Need to Provide?
When you apply, you will need to send a transcript as part of your application if
you have not taken six or more GCSEs or IGCSEs in the last three years.
you have taken the Middle Years Programme.
The transcript can be submitted electronically via the SAQ form (for students at school in the UK / European Union) or the COPA form (for students at school outside the EU).
Accounts by former IB students include:
If you're looking at this qualification for the first time, do explore the following links: