IB Global Politics at King Ethelbert School
Our world is constantly changing and developing around us, impacting people on personal, national and global levels. This course studies the complex political challenges of the 21st century and aims to make sense of our roles as active citizens. The central theme of the course is ‘people, power and politics’ and focuses on people as well as politics at a state level. This course reflects the IB emphasis on the international dimension and looks at examples and case studies from a number of social and cultural backgrounds.
Units covered include:
- Power, Sovereignty and International Relations.
- Human Rights.
- Peace and Conflict.
Admission to the IBCP will be as a result of applicants obtaining a minimum of five GCSE passes at grade 9-4 or equivalent, including a grade 5 in both Maths and English Language, and a 5 grade or equivalent in the subject to be taken in the L3 Careers Related Study. Priority will be given to existing pupils transferring from Year 11 who meet the entrance criteria.
How to apply
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