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Learning & Teaching and Assessment




The IBCP provides a comprehensive educational framework that combines highly regarded and internationally recognized courses, with high focus and flexibility learning approach. 

The learning and teaching in IBCP develops students to be:

  • Academically strong
  • Skilled in a practical field
  • Critical and ethical thinkers
  • Self-directed
  • Collaborative
  • Resilient and determined
  • Confident and assured
  • Caring and reflective
  • Inquirers


Students complete at least two DP courses in any of that programme's subject groups. DP courses provide and enhance the theoretical underpinnings and academic rigour of the CP.

The CP core components give context to the DP courses and the career-related study, drawing all aspects of the framework together. Through the CP core, students develop personal qualities and professional skills, as well as intellectual habits required for lifelong learning. 

Each school chooses the career-related study most suited to local conditions and the needs of its students The career-related study must satisfy IB criteria for accreditation, assessment and quality assurance. 

Students take written examinations at the end of their IB Diploma Programme courses which are marked by external IB examiners.

The components of the CP core are assessed by the school.


IBCP students will be awarded with IBCP certificate by:

  • completing the CP Core portfolio (PPS, LD, and SL)
  • completing CRS assessment
  • refective project: Grade A-D
  • DP Course: Grade 3.

Find out more https://www.ibo.org/programmes/career-related-programme/