The Curriculum

Imagine an education where you can study in English and create your own, individual schedule based on the subjects you are interested in.

The IB Diploma Program provides an internationally-acknowledged, bilingual diploma that is recognized at universities in Sweden and around the world.

International Education
Since you study six subjects over two years, you develop advanced and in-depth know- ledge in your chosen subjects. The IB is an academic program that suits you whether you are interested in the natural sciences, the social sciences or languages, since you choose the subjects you are inter- ested in.

You study in English and earn an Bilingual Diploma after you have completed the IB Program. Our students are very well-prepared for university studies. IB students continue their studies in many different countries, including England, Scotland, the US, France, Poland, Denmark, Germany and of course in Sweden as well.

The IB education can lead to careers in a variety of different fields. Some examples are doctors, teachers, lawyers, engineers, psychologists, researchers, accountant, nurse...etc.

IB mission statement
The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

Choose one subject from the first five groups. Then choose an extra subject based on your interests.

Group 1: Studies in Language and Literature*

This is the student’s first language. We offer Swedish and English. Others can be arranged.

Group 2: Language Acquisition*

Most students study English. We also offer French, German and Spanish. Swedish can often be arranged as well.

Group 3: Individuals and Societies*

We offer Economics, History and Psychology.

Group 4: Sciences*

We offer Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Group 5: Mathematics*

There are three levels of Math to choose between.

Group 6: Your extra subject*

Choose an extra subject from Groups 1-4.

* Group size will determine if all courses can be offered.

All combinations cannot be guaranteed due to scheduling difficulties.