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Aiglon College: Ideally located in Central Europe, Aiglon College is an English-speaking, independent, international boarding school in southern Switzerland. We offer a high-quality international education to students ages 9-18 in a secure and friendly community, with more than 50 nationalities represented. Situated in the Alpine village of Chesieres-Villars in the Swiss Alps, Aiglon College is easily accessible by car or public transport. Geneva International Airport is only 1.5 hours away. Courses are taught in English and we offer an ESL (English as a Second Language) programme for non-English speakers.
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Sixth Form Curriculum - IB Diploma Programme: The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programme is one of the longest-established and most widely-trusted international curricula with rigorous academic standards. The IB Diploma is recognised by all major universities and graduates of the programme regularly gain admission to the most selective higher education institutions in the world.
Students select six subjects to study: three at the higher level and three at the standard level as part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
Group 1: Language A1: English; German; French; Spanish; Italian; Russian; Arabic
Group 2: Second Language: English B; German B; French B; Spanish B; French ab initio SL; Spanish ab initio SL
Group 3 Individuals and Societies: Business and Management; Economics; Geography; History
Group 4: Natural Sciences: Biology; Chemistry SL; Environmental Systems; Physics
Group 5: Mathematics: Maths Studies SL; Mathematics
Group 6: Arts and Electives: Music; Theatre Arts; Visual Arts; Business and Management; Chemistry HL; Economics