Amity Global School Gurgaon offers the IB Diploma Programme. It is a rewarding and academically rigorous qualification, which is recognised and highly sought after by leading universities across the world.
There is an emphasis on the development of research and critical reflection and on the importance of individual commitment to creativity, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and service to others.
The IB DP takes a holistic approach to teaching and learning and prepares students for university life and beyond, with an emphasis on key transferable skills and attributes identified in the IB Learner Profile.
The range of assessment within the Diploma Program develops a student's critical thinking, written language and verbal communication skills.
What is the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program ?
The IB Diploma is recognized by universities around the world as an entrance qualification and prepares students for their undergraduate studies.
It is a rigorous academic course that develops lifelong learners by putting personal development at its core. Students learn to manage their own learning, become more culturally aware and gain access to top universities around the world.
What will students learn?
IB Diploma candidates study 6 courses, they must choose at least 3 courses and not more than 4 at higher level (HL) and the remaining at standard level (SL). Students must choose one subject from group 1 to 5 (listed below) thus ensuring breadth of experience in languages, social studies, experimental sciences and mathematics. The sixth subject may be Visual Art from group 6, or the student may choose another subject either from group 3 or group 4.
In addition, students study the Theory of Knowledge (TOK), Creativity Activity and Service (CAS) and complete a 4000-word Extended Essay (EE).
Subjects offered at AGS
English Lang and Lit, Hindi Lit
English B, Hindi B, French, Spanish, German
Economics, Business management, Digital Society, Psychology
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Environmental system and society (ESS)
Mathematics: Analysis and Approach