Why the IB is the perfect passport to university

In recent years, the International Baccalaureate has gone from being viewed as a niche qualification suitable for only a small group of students, to one that is now both well-understood and well-regarded.

Breaking out of the confines of A-levels with the IB

Supporters of the International Baccalaureate – and there are many – claim it teaches pupils how to think, says Eleanor Doughty

IB passes the test for popularity

Six subjects and a stable syllabus – no wonder many schools are finding the International Baccalaureate appealing, says Nick Morrison (The Telegraph)