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The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme

The European School of Bruxelles-Argenteuil is

an authorized IB World School for the Diploma Programme.

IB World Schools share a common philosophy – a commitment to improve the teaching and learning of a diverse and inclusive community of students by delivering challenging, high quality programmes of  international education that share a powerful vision.** For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit

The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) is for students aged 16-19.The programme aims to develop students who have excellent breadth and depth of knowledge – students who flourish physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically.

The International Baccalaureate® Diploma Programme is recognized by universities world wide. Evidence suggests that higher rates of DP students go on to university and higher education study than non-IB students. 

The Diploma Programme curriculum is made up of six subject groups and three core subjects, comprising theory of knowledge, creativity, activity, service and the extended essay.

Through the core subjects, students reflect on the nature of knowledge, complete independent research and undertake a project that often involves community service.

For more information, regarding the curriculum and subjects, please refer to the website: 

Campus d’Argenteuil has a 35 year tradition of preparing students for the International Baccalaureate. Today, the European School of Bruxelles-Argenteuil is taking this tradition into its hands.

The International Baccalaureate Curriculum

The curriculum is made up of the DP core and six subject groups. The core subjects are mandatory just as the student must choose one subject from each of the first five groups. The sixth subject is free of choice. Each student takes at least three (but not more than four) subjects at higher level, and the remaining at standard level. Standard level subjects take up 150 teaching hours. Higher level comprises 240 teaching hours.

Below is the list of subjects that will be offered on Campus. Please note that a minimum students may be necessary for a subject to be offered. Online options for specific courses are and can also be offered. Feel free to contact our IBDP coordinator for more information and regarding the possibility of applying to a course not mentioned in this list.

  1. Group 1: Studies in language and literature
    1. English A – Higher and Standard level
  2. Group 2: Language acquisition
    1. French B – Higher and Standard level
  3. Group 3: Individual and societies:
    1. History – Higher and Standard level
    2. Economics – Higher and Standard level
    3. Business management – Higher and Standard level
    4. Environmental systems and societies (SL only, group 3 or 4)
  4. Group 4: Sciences:
    1. Biology – Higher and Standard level
    2. Chemistry – Higher and Standard level
    3. Physics – Higher and Standard level
  5. Group 5: Mathematics:
    1. Analysis and approaches – Higher and Standard level
    2. Applications and interpretation – Higher and Standard level
  6. Group 6: The Arts:
    1. Visual Arts – Higher and Standard level
    2. Students may opt to study an additional sciences, individuals and societies, or languages course, instead of a course in the arts

Dr. Søren Hansen, phD

IBDP coordinator

Feel free to contact our IBDP coordinator at or our admission services at for any questions or to set up an appointment at school or phone.

Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the Career-related Programme (CP). 

For further information about the IB and its programmes, visit 

 **Mission Statement from the IB  

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. To this end  the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging  programmes of international education and rigorous assessment. These programmes encourage students  across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people,  with their differences, can also be right.

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