The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a two-year program that corresponds to the 11th and 12th grade Lykeion and prepares students for entry to the best universities all over the world. Students are able to enter the IB program upon completion of the 10th grade (1st grade Lykeion). The IB Diploma is also fully equivalent to the Greek high school diploma (Law 2327, 1995).

The IB program is taught in English, French or Spanish and it is offered by 2,211 authorized schools worldwide to 137,330 students. Anatolia College introduced the program in 1997, and Anatolia's graduating students have been accepted at universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Yale, MIT, Stanford, Brown, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Northwestern and others in the U.S.A;  Cambridge, UCL (University College London), Imperial College, York, Bath, Warwick, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Great Britain; the Sorbonne in France; Bocconi and La Sapienza in Italy.

The IB diploma program at Anatolia is open to students from all schools and nationalities provided they have an adequate command of the English language, are motivated and ready to adopt the disciplined work habits required by the IB curriculum. Students from Albania, Britain, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, FYROM, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the U.S. have enrolled in the program in recent years, as well as Greek students.

Anatolia College IBDP brochure

Official IB website

IB student testimonials

IB Handbook and Regulations

Click here to complete the application form, schedule a tour of the school or express your interest in the IBDP.

 

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