Curso Pre-universitario en Tailandia

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Un Curso pre-universitario es un programa académico especializado diseñado para ayudar a los estudiantes a prepararse para su primer año en la universidad. Estos cursos fueron creados para ayudar a los estudiantes con una transición suave entre la escuela secundaria y la universidad.

Tailandia (ประเทศไทย), oficialmente el Reino de Tailandia (ราช อาณาจักร ไทย) es un país del sudeste asiático con costas en el Mar de Andamán y el Golfo de Tailandia. La capital Bangkok se encuentra en el inicio de muchos visitantes 'itinerarios, y al mismo tiempo una ciudad moderna, que cuenta con un rico patrimonio cultural.

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International Baccalaureate (IB)

UWC United World Colleges
Campus September 2018 Tailandia Phuket

The IB Organisation (IBO) was founded in 1968. From the beginning, the IBO relied on UWC’s input and collaboration in light of UWC’s experience of providing progressive, intercultural education with an emphasis on experiential learning. The ties between both organisations remain closed today as the IBO celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018. [+]

Cursos Pre-universitarios en Tailandia 2018.

UWC is a global education organisation that educates over nine thousand students from more than 155 countries each year. Almost four thousand of these students complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP), the most recognised global pre-university programme for students aged 16-19.

While the IBDP curriculum is at the core of academic life at each UWC school and college, UWC education goes above and beyond the requirements set by the IB programme. With a deliberately diverse student and staff body at each UWC school and college - with members from many different national, socio-economic, cultural, linguistic, political and educational backgrounds - UWC recognises that the curriculum has to allow for as many interpretations and perceptions as there are students in the programme, so that the students feel able to represent their own history and perspective authentically. The formal IBDP curriculum is therefore complemented by sessions on global issues and other activities fostering critical thinking and courageous engagement with the challenges faced by today’s world.... [-]