IB Diploma Programme

The students from 15 to 18 years old follow a 3 years programme that leads up to an exceptional university level and helps them acquire a set of skills and abilities in communication, research and self-learning that will complete their profile.

Year 10 Preparation for the IB Programme and methodologies - go here for subject choices
Year 11 IB Diploma Programme 1st year  (subject choices here below)
Year 12  IB Diploma Programme 2nd year

IBDP Syllabus 2021-22

What is the IBDP (International Baccalaureate Diploma programme)?

The IBDP is a two-year educational programme that provides students an internationally accepted qualification to have access into higher education around the world. When our students reach the Pre-U stage at Year 10 in addition to the regular curriculum they will have the proper preparation for the whole International Baccalaureate Programme and methodologies to be faced at Year 11 & 12 (Pre-U 1 & 2).

During the IB DIploma programme the students will develop among other things:

  • An excellent breadth and depth of knowledge. 
  • Outstanding physical, intellectual, emotional and ethical qualities.
  • To excel in traditional academic subjects
  • To explore the nature of knowledge through the programme´s unique theory of knowledge course. 

The Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum has six subject groups and three core subjects; Theory of knowledge (TOK), Creativity, activity, service (CAS) and the extended essay.



The students complete their portfolio by participating in projects that are connected to Real Life experiences and help them develop diplomatic, research and personal skills (Placement programme, First Lego League, Robocat, Videogame creation, Debate League, Philosophy Olympiad, CWMUN, MEP, or other social volunteering among others). 

Thought out the IBDP the students choose courses from the following subject groups: studies in language and literature; language acquisition; individuals and societies; sciences; mathematics; and the arts. They also have the option to study an additional sciences or individuals and societies, instead of a course in the arts.


Students will take some subjects at higher level (HL) and some at standard level (SL).  Each student must takes three subjects at higher level, and the remaining at standard level.

Our Students achieve university level language qualifications: they leave school with Cambridge Certificates in English, Level C in Catalan, Spanish proficiency level, DELF B2 in French and a basic level of German.

The results have been proven time and time again over the last 40 years by groups of young adults who have graduated from St. Peter’s. Today our former pupils are confident, creative adults scattered throughout the world, involved in many professions and in a variety of activities.

For more information about the IBDP visit the following website https://www.ibo.org/ or contact Xavier Salvadó Head of Pre-U and IB Coordinator through the following email: xsalvado@stpeters.es


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