Boards in India like CBSE and ICSE are always theory oriented. Students of these boards read from books, memorize the answers and get good marks.IB focuses on holistic learning, intercultural awareness and enhancement of higher order thinking and communication skills. More importance is given to languages, arts and humanities at a higher level. IB has international curriculum where subjects are taught in an integrated way in order to avoid a fragmented approach. IB has a different approach where there are no or few textbooks. Students are free to explore the world. Its main focus is on ‘how to learn’ rather than ‘what to learn’. IB examinations test student’s knowledge, understanding and skills, and not their memory and speed
International Baccalaureate (IB) and Cambridge Assessment International Education Programme (CAIE) are qualifications accepted by higher educational institutions in India and abroad and future employers across the world.
NES International – IB World School Mumbai offers two well-designed, internationally accepted curricula from IB, Switzerland and CAIE, UK.
IB programmes start at the age of 3 to 17 years and are offered as:
Cambridge International Examinations starts from the age of 11-17 years
IBDP Programmes and IGCSE certificate are recognized by our national and international universities and are popular among international students who aim at specializations in subjects offered by universities world over.
What that simply means is that your child will be totally prepared for entering Universities abroad or in India with these qualifications. What’s more, these qualifications will also give him/her an edge in employment as employers recognize and value these qualifications.
In 4 easy steps, we assist you to entrust us your future explorers, and knowledge creators.
Our admission process involves,
1. You visit the School and answer a survey to observe our learning environment, speak with our officers, get your queries answered.
2. You submit an application form for curriculum/grade to which you wish to admit your child giving all relevant details about the child.
3. We interview, interact and assess your child’s learning abilities on a given date before shortlisting for admission.
4. You pay the registration fees and the admission is complete.
These age criteria to be reckoned as on 31st March of the relevant academic year