International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme

Welcome to the IB Diploma Programme for year 11 and 12 students at IES College*. Located in Spring Hill, Brisbane, IES College is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme and is pursuing authorisation as an IB World School set to open in 2021.

IES College plans to deliver the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme to local and international year 11 and 12 students – making us the only independent, secular, not-for-profit school in Queensland to offer the Diploma Programme.

The focus at IES College will be on providing a smaller, more personalised senior high school setting that delivers education in an inclusive environment where young people from diverse backgrounds and experiences will develop skills and embrace values to create positive change in the world.

In a world that’s become increasingly mobile and experiencing profound change, society needs more internationally minded people who are open and curious about the world and different cultures. The IB Diploma Programme at IES College will prepare culturally competent young people with the skills and values to make a well–informed positive contribution to others across the globe.
Close to 5,000 schools across 153 countries are delivering IB programmes that prepare students with the skills they will need for further education and life. When you study the IB Diploma Programme with us, you won’t just acquire knowledge about a set of individual subjects. Instead, you will be exposed to a broad and balanced curriculum that extends your learning beyond the confines of the classroom.
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“The global world starts on our doorstep.”

George Walker
Director General IB (1999-2005)

“A mind is like a parachute; it doesn’t work if it is not open.”

Frank Zappa

“Diversity is the engine of invention. It generates the creativity that enriches the world.”

Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada

“Our students do not fit into a future world, they create a future world.”

Yong Zhao
Foundation Distinguished Professor, University of Kansas
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