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We offer online tutoring for all IB subjects as well as the Extended Essay and Theory of Knowledge (TOK) core components. On top of that, we also guide and coach students through university applications. If you can’t find a specific subject in this list, get in touch with us and we’ll help you.

Business management SL/HL

The aim of the business management course is to aid students in understanding and appreciating diverse business management theories and to apply a variety of different tools and techniques to the business context. Business activities are analyzed at a local, national and international level. The socio-cultural and economic contexts in which businesses are embedded are always accounted for and analyzed by students

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Digital societies SL/HL

This course aims to examine the impact that digital systems and technologies hold on society. First, an explanation of 'digital societies' is provided to students, after which the 'concepts', 'content' and 'contexts' within this digital world are assessed and analyzed in-depth.

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Economics SL/HL

Both SL and HL Economic courses use economic theories, models and key concepts to examine the ways in which choices are made amongst. This is at the level of producers and consumers within individual markets (microeconomics); at the level of the government and national authorities (macroeconomics); and at the international level (the global economy). Theoretical concepts and knowledge are applied to six real-world scenarios.

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Geography SL/HL

Geography focuses on the interactions between individuals, societies and physical processes in both time and space. The aim is to identify the main patterns amongst these interactions and to investigate the ways in which people respond to change. This course helps identify the causes underpinning similarities and differences between places by adopting different perspectives and scales.

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Global Politics SL/HL

Global politics draws on a variety of disciplines amongst the social sciences and humanities. The main aim is to reflect on political issues within contemporary times and to critically engage with multiple and diverse perspectives and approaches to politics.

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History SL/HL

This course focuses on encouraging students to develop critical thinking when interpreting history. The complex nature of historical concepts, issues, events and developments must be considered in order to promote an international and cosmopolitan approach to history.

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Information technology in a global society SL/HL

This course aims to evaluate the impact that information technology systems hold on individuals and society. It explores the advantages and limitations inherent to the use of digitized information at the local and global levels. The ethical concerns implicated to such information technology systems are also addressed.

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Philosophy SL/HL

IB philosophy is a course that allows students to study and engage with history’s most influential thinkers. Students are encouraged to develop their own independent philosophical voice and an intellectual and inquiring way of thinking.

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Psychology SL/HL

The IB Psychology course introduces three different approaches to understanding behaviour: the biological approach, the cognitive approach and the sociocultural approach. Behaviour and mental processes are studied as complex, dynamic phenomena which arise from the interaction of both nature and nurture.

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Social and cultural anthropology SL/HL

Social and cultural anthropology involves the study of both culture and human societies in order to understand topics such as war, conflict, poverty, injustice, the environment and human rights.

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World religions (SL)

The world religions course is systematic, analytical and empathetic study of the main religious beliefs and practices encompassed within the 9 main religions of the world. The course is structured in order to provide students with a sense of what it means to belong to a certain religion and how religion may impact the way individuals understand the world.

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Classical Languages SL/HL

This course can be taken either in Latin or in Classical Greek. It allows students to learn about a historically significant language which is the base and foundation in many modern languages.

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English B SL/HL

Language B is a learning course for students who have some prior knowledge of the target language. Language, themes and texts are used to help students improve their communication skills. There are 5 key themes: identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization, and sharing the planet.

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French Ab initio

Language Ab Initio is a language acquisition course meant for students who have no prior experience with, or very little exposure to, the target language. Students who are learning a language for the first time develop their receptive, productive, and interactive skills while learning to communicate in the target language in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.

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French B SL/HL

Language B is a learning course for students who have some prior knowledge of the target language. Language, themes and texts are used to help students improve their communication skills. There are 5 key themes: identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization, and sharing the planet.

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German Ab initio

Language Ab Initio is a language acquisition course meant for students who have no prior experience with, or very little exposure to, the target language. Students who are learning a language for the first time develop their receptive, productive, and interactive skills while learning to communicate in the target language in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.

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German B SL/HL

Language B is a learning course for students who have some prior knowledge of the target language. Language, themes and texts are used to help students improve their communication skills. There are 5 key themes: identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization, and sharing the planet.

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Italian B SL/HL

Language B is a learning course for students who have some prior knowledge of the target language. Language, themes and texts are used to help students improve their communication skills. There are 5 key themes: identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization and sharing the planet.

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Spanish Ab initio (SL)

Language Ab Initio is a language acquisition course meant for students who have no prior experience with, or very little exposure to, the target language. Students who are learning a language for the first time develop their receptive, productive, and interactive skills while learning to communicate in the target language in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.

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Spanish B SL/HL

Language B is a learning course for students who have some prior knowledge of the target language. Language, themes and texts are used to help students improve their communication skills. There are 5 key themes: identities, experiences, human ingenuity, social organization, and sharing the planet.

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English A: Language and Literature SL/HL

This course aims to provide students with the appropriate skills to perform textual analysis and to understand both literary and non-literary texts. Crucially, its goal is to enable students to comprehend how text is affected and shaped by cultural practices.

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English A: Literature and Performance SL/HL

This course aims to provide students with the appropriate skills to perform textual analysis and to understand both literary and non-literary texts. Crucially, its goal is to enable students to comprehend how text is affected and shaped by cultural practices.

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English A: Literature SL/HL

This course improves students’ grasp of literary criticism and their capacity to make independent literary judgments. It provides an examination of texts and coverage of a range of literature, both in the language of the subject and in the form of translated texts within different cultural domains.

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German A: Literature SL/HL

This course improves students’ grasp of literary criticism and their capacity to make independent literary judgments. This course provides an examination of texts and coverage of a range of literature, both in the language of the subject and in the form of translated texts within different cultural domains.

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Italian A: Language and Literature SL/HL

This course aims to provide students with the appropriate skills to perform textual analysis and to understand both literary and non-literary texts. Crucially, its goal is to enable students to comprehend how text is affected and shaped by cultural practices.

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Italian A: Literature SL/HL

This course improves students’ grasp of literary criticism and their capacity to make independent literary judgements. This course provides an examination of texts and coverage of a range of literature, both in the language of the subject and in the form of translated texts within different cultural domains.

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Spanish A: Literature SL/HL

This course improves students’ grasp of literary criticism and their capacity to make independent literary judgments. This course provides an examination of texts and coverage of a range of literature, both in the language of the subject and in the form of translated texts within different cultural domains

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Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SL/HL

This course is based on the need for analytical skills and competencies in a world characterized by increasing innovation. Students apply their mathematical knowledge in order to solve abstract problems in a variety of meaningful contexts. The syllabus components for both SL and HL variations are the following: 1. Numbers & Algebra; 2. Functions; 3. Geometry & Trigonometry; 4. Statistics and Probability; 5. Calculus. The only variation between SL and HL is the number of recommended teaching hours per topic.

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Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SL

This course is based on the need for analytical skills and competencies in a world characterised by increasing innovation. Students apply their mathematical knowledge in order to solve abstract problems in a variety of meaningful contexts. The syllabus components for both SL and HL variations are the following: 1. Numbers & Algebra; 2. Functions; 3. Geometry & Trigonometry; 4. Statistics and Probability; 5. Calculus. The only variation between SL and HL is the number of recommended teaching hours per topic.

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Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL

The course is based on the increasing need for mathematical skills in a data-rich world. As such, it focuses on topics that are used as applications for data interpretation or for mathematical modelling. Hence, it includes topics that are usually taken in Year 1 University courses, such as calculus and statistics. The use of technology is extremely important in this course as all internal assessments include the use of technology. The only variation between SL and HL is the number of recommended teaching hours per topic.

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Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SL

The course is based on the increasing need for mathematical skills in a data-rich world. As such, it focuses on topics that are used as applications for data interpretation or for mathematical modeling. Hence, it includes topics that are usually taken in Year 1 University courses, such as calculus and statistics. The use of technology is extremely important in this course as all internal assessments include the use of technology.

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Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HL

The course is based on the increasing need for mathematical skills in a data-rich world. As such, it focuses on topics that are used as applications for data interpretation or for mathematical modelling. Hence, it includes topics that are usually taken in Year 1 University courses, such as calculus and statistics. The use of technology is extremely important in this course as all internal assessments include the use of technology.

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Biology SL/HL

The Biology IB course focuses on the study of life. The syllabus includes an understanding of the living world from various levels and perspectives, ranging from the micro to the macro, and through the use of many different approaches and techniques.

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Chemistry SL/HL

Chemistry is a prerequisite for many courses at University, such as Medicine. This course is an experimental one that combines both academic studies as well as both practical and investigational skills.

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Computer Science SL/HL

This course explores the fundamental concepts of computational thinking and knowledge regarding how computers and digital platforms operate. The course aims to empower innovation and exploration. Students will learn how computer science interacts and influences cultures, societies and the individuals within these. It also focuses on the problematic ethical issues that arise in an increasingly digitized world.

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Design technology SL/HL

The design technology course is centered around the principles of inquiry and problem-solving. The design cycle is used as a tool to structure the query and analysis of problems and the development of appropriate solutions to account for these. Solutions are identified as models, prototypes, products of systems that students must develop independently, test and evaluate.

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Environmental Systems and Societies (SL)

This is an interdisciplinary course which can fill either the ‘Individuals and Societies’ or the ‘Sciences’ requirement. This course involves both scientific exploration of environmental systems in their structure and function, as well as an exploration of the cultural, economic, ethical, political and social interactions of societies with the environment.

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Physics SL/HL

Physics enables students to understand the natural world as well as providing them with the tools and abilities to alter their environments. This is the most fundamental of natural science as it seeks to explain the universe itself, ranging from particles to galaxies. These understandings are based on models and theories aimed to explain observations.

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Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL/HL

This course explores the science underpinning physical performance and provides the opportunity to apply these principles. It includes principles of anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, psychology and nutrition. It includes an in-depth understanding of the issues related to sports, exercise and health.

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Film SL/HL

The IB film course has the objective of training students to become interpreters and makers of film tet. Through studying and analyzing scripts, students learn both theoretical and practical competencies needed to appreciate and understand the artistic, cultural and historical dimensions of film.

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Music SL/HL

This course aims to explore a range of musical contexts and settings and to generate links between different musical practices and conventions. It functions to equip students with the skills needed to face the 21t century music industry in which global musical cultures are changing.

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Theatre SL/HL

The theatre IB course encourages studies to engage with the world of theatre as creators, designers, directors and performers. Research and theory is used to contextualize their work and experimentation with contrasting artistic and cultural perspectives is encouraged.

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Extended Essay

The Extended Essay is a required piece of independent research into a topic chosen by the student and delivered as a formal piece of academic writing that is externally graded by IB examiners. Students must produce a 4,000 word structured piece of writing. They must carry out independent research. It is designed to encourage high-level research and writing abilities.

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Theory of Knowledge (TOK)

This course is mandatory and encourages students to explicitly reflect on how knowledge in many disciplines and areas of knowledge is research. It encourages students to adopt a critical approach in thinking about the nature, scope and limitations of knowledge. The main focus of TOK is not on acquiring new knowledge per se, but rather on encouraging students to reflect on what they already know.

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Interview Preparation

Some universities, including Cambridge, Oxford and many US colleges, may require applicants to participate in an interview phase as another means of assessment. We provide tailored, one-to-one guidance on how to best prepare for university interviews, including a brainstoming of potential questions and topics to prepare.

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Personal Statement

A personal statement is a piece of writing which supports students’ application to study at university or college. It is a way for students to present their skills, experiences and motivation to study their field of choice.

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University Admissions Tests

Some universities may require students to perform admissions tests as part of their application process. These include, for example, the BMAT for Medicine or the TSA for Oxford and Cambridge.

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