The IB’s Career-related Programme: a pathway to success?
Adrian Kearney, the International Baccalaureate’s (IB) regional director for Africa, Europe and the Middle East, answers key questions about the opportunities afforded by the Career-related Programme.
The Career-related Programme is the latest in the International Baccalaureate (IB) suite of qualifications. Adrian Kearney, the IB’s regional director for Africa, Europe and the Middle East, answers the key questions relocating parents and the HR and relocation professionals supporting them have been asking about the programme.
For families relocating abroad with children, choosing the right school can be a daunting process. There is no substitute for visiting a school in person, to get a feel for the culture and environment and to see the facilities at first hand – although this may not be practical for those who are many miles away.
However, asking probing questions of the school will provide a valuable insight into its ethos, its ambitions for its students, and the opportunities and qualifications children have access to, and help parents to decide whether it will be the right school for their child…
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