Who is the IB programme for?

Those who choose to undertake the IB Diploma Programme (or the pre-IB with the intention of continuing onto the two-year IB programme) are typically young people who have high expectations of themselves. They want a demanding, yet rewarding, education that will challenge them and help them take the next step in life whether going to university in Denmark or abroad, working or living abroad. The IB allows for greater geographical and cultural mobility.


Danish students who have only attended the Danish school system are, upon having completed their 9th or 10th grade exams, required to take the pre-IB before entering the IB Diploma Programme.
The pre-IB is also open to those international students who do not directly fulfil IBDP admission requirements.

Having completed the pre-IB programme, students who do not wish to continue with the IB Diploma Programme can easily make the transition into the second year of the Danish STX programme.

IB Diploma Programme

The IBDP is open to all students who have passed a pre-IB year.
The programme is also open to Danish students who have spent some of their schooling abroad and who have adequate language and academic skills, as well as international students who have adequate language and academic skills.