International Baccalaureate (IB)
INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA
I am currently an IB student
If you are an International Baccalaureate (IB) student, then you have embarked on one of the most rigorous and exciting secondary education programmes worldwide. This means that you are well-prepared for success in college, and not only.
We are happy to accept IB program predicted scores, certificates and full diploma, and we value your expertise, international outlook and cultural understanding as an IB student. At AUBG, you can build on your personal and academic qualities through our liberal arts education model, where cross-discipline learning is fully embraced.
What IB credentials does AUBG accept?
The International Baccalaureate Diploma
The recommended minimum for a provisional offer of admission is overall 31 points IB predicted scores (including the 3 additional points from TOK/EE). In case your final IB scores are below 31 points, AUBG reserves the right to withdraw its offer of acceptance.
Waiver for English Proficiency
IB English courses are accepted as a waiver for English Proficiency with the following minimum grades:
- IB English A: Literature and English (HL) - 5
- IB English A: Language and Literature (SL) - 5
- IB English A: Literture (HL) - 5
- IB English A; Literature (SL) - 6
- IB English B (HL) - 6
IB certificate courses (both Standard and Higher Level) can be used for admission together with another high school curriculum. AUBG recognizes the IB enriched secondary school program. The terms and conditions for the transfer of credits are described in the AUBG Academic Catalog.
How do I send my predicted grades?
If you are currently enrolled in the IB diploma program, you must submit your predicted IB results (1-7 scale), including TOK/Extended Essay/Bonus points, clearly indicating course titles and level (SL/HL), and written confirmation stating whether you are completing the full IB Diploma or IB Certificate Program, using the AUBG predicted scores submission form (contact Admissions). This form has to be signed and stamped by the Head of School or IB Coordinator in order to be eligible for review.
When should I send my grades?
Final IB scores are to be accepted electronically by the International Baccalaureate Office. The original IB diploma is received by the student at the end of August and we expect to obtain a verified copy.
So, if you think you are ready, go ahead and don’t waste more time!
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