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In the IB programme students are required to study the humanities as well as social and experimental sciences. Three of the total six subjects are studied at high level (HL) and the other three subjects are studied at standard level (SL). The IB Diploma is awarded with achievement of a minimum of 24 points and completion of examinations in all 6 subjects.

elever i kantinen - Klikk for stort bildeBooks, teaching materials and all assessments are in English (except in mother tongue or foreign language subjects).

Students write an extended essay on a topic of their choice, complete a Theory of Knowledge (TOK) course and organise an individual CAS programme including creativity, activity and service projects.

Students are placed in a tutor group with a Personal Tutor who is also their CAS Advisor and can help advise on their CAS Programme.

IB courses, exams and assessments are the jurisdiction of the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) and not the Norwegian Department of Education or the Education Act.

 A written application form must be submitted.

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