For those who have the desire and will to cultivate professional interests even more.
IB Diploma’s curriculum and assessment criteria are given by the International Baccalaureate Organisation
Detailed subject descriptions
Pre-IB is our preparation class for the IB Diploma programme.
Therefore all lessons are taught in English.
The winter term subjects are:
Danish, English, German/French/Spanish, Music/Visual Arts, Physical Education, Social Science (C-level), Mathematics (C-level), Physics, Chemistry (C-level), General Language og General Science.
The spring term subjects are:
Danish, English (A-level), History, German/French/Spanish, Music/Visual Arts, Physical Education, Social Science (C-level), Mathematics (C-level), Physics (C-level), Chemistry (C-level)
You may need to do Pre-IB in order to meet the IB Diploma admission criteria.
Pre-IB Application and Admission
IB Diploma Application and Admission
If you do not meet the IB Diploma admission criteria after Pre-IB, you might be able to continue at STX Globallinjen
The IB Diploma has six subject groups and three core elements
1. Studies in language and literature
2. Language acquisition
3. Individuals and societies
You must choose one subject from each subject group. All subjects are two-year courses.
You must choose Higher Level (HL) for three of the subjects:
• Weekly: 2.5 modules of 90 minutes
You must choose Standard Level (SL) for three of the subjects:
• Weekly: 1.5 modules of 90 minutes
In each of your subjects you are assigned for 1-5 exams.
The majority of the exams are in hand writing.
The exam period is three weeks.
You will do some of the exams before the exam period.
The reading period is one week.
You receive a gradebased assessment in all subjects and core elements and they all contribute to your final average mark.
The IB Diplomas assessment scale is:
6: Very good
1: Very poor
“The International Baccalaureate® aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.
These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.”