Students taking the International Baccalaureate have to study subjects from six groups, including maths, literature, science and a foreign language. Three subjects are taken at Standard Level (SL) and three at Higher Level (HL). There are two exam sessions a year - in November for the southern hemisphere and May for the northern hemisphere. The IB is a linear exam taken at the end of two years of study, and individual exams cannot be retaken.
- Route 1: History of Europe and the Islamic world
- Route 2: 20th century world history
- The Internal Assessment
- The Extended Essay