As part of the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme, students have the opportunity to choose from a range of elective courses, which allow them to explore their interests and passions in more depth.
Elective courses in the IB programme are offered at two levels: Standard Level (SL) and Higher Level (HL). SL courses are designed to provide students with a broad and balanced education, while HL courses are more specialized and challenging, and are intended for students who excel in a particular subject area.
Some of the elective courses that may be available to IB students include:
- Languages: Students may choose to study a third language at SL or HL, such as Spanish or French.
- Sciences: Students can choose biology or physics.
- Social sciences: Students may choose to study history or geography.
By choosing elective courses, IB students have the opportunity to specialize in a particular subject area and develop their skills and knowledge in a more focused way. Elective courses also allow students to explore their interests and passions, which can help them make informed decisions about their future careers and academic pursuits.