One of the greatest advantages of an international school whose host country’s language is not English is that the students can spend more than 75% of their day in an English-speaking environment. When students are exposed and immersed in the English language, they can develop high proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
What is the difference between a country curriculum (e.g. US, British, Australian) and an IB Curriculum?
Country curriculums, are based on a teaching method of providing content of information to students to remember and regurgitate of which a percentage of that content is based on the country of origin.The American curriculum chooses to define ‘international education’ according to the following criteria.