IB Subjects

To study the IBCP (International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme), students will choose two vocational subjects and two IB subjects. This will give you the equivalent of at least three A level subjects – possibly four, depending on the personalised programme that you choose. In addition to this, you will study the reflective project, which also earns UCAS points. Option blocks are available at the bottom of this page.

Vocational subjects 2017

These form the central basis of the IBCP and you will choose two of these in order to complete the IBCP. If you would like more information, please click on the subject name and you will see the UCAS Progress (Kent Choices) listing including entry requirements and content:

Business – BTEC National Extended Certificate

Criminology – WJEC Diploma

Finance – CISI Diploma/Certificate

Information Technology – Cambridge Technical Introductory Diploma

Sport – BTEC National Extended Certificate

 

IB Higher and Standard Level subjects 2017

The IB subjects that we offer at Wrotham to study from September 2017 are all level 3 courses. They can be studied as part of the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme or as stand-alone qualifications in combination with A levels. They are accepted by universities and for more information about how the courses compare, click here. 

The subjects are as follows. If you would like more information, please click on the subject name and you will see the UCAS Progress (Kent Choices) listing including entry requirements and content:

English Literature and Language (combined)

Film

Mathematical Studies (Standard Level only)

Music OR Theatre (not both)

Social Anthropology

Visual Arts

Option Blocks and 2017 Pathways

2017-option-blocks

Further information about the 2017 Sixth Form Pathways.

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