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Post 16 IBCP Courses

The widest range of post-16 courses in the Tenterden / Ashford area: A Levels, International Baccalaureate, level 3, Level 2 & GCSE's.

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Business Management

IBCP

Duration: 2 Years

The IB Higher Business Management course is designed to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of business management theories, as well as their ability to apply a range of tools and techniques.

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Film

IBCP

Duration: 1 Year

The IB Higher Level Film course aims to develop students’ skills so that they become adept in both interpreting and making film texts.

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Information Technology in a Global Society

IBCP

Duration: 1 Year

ITGS covers three strands, these are Social and ethical significance in which candidates look at the social and ethical considerations related to IT developments, Application to specified scenarios where candidates use scenarios to address IT developments in specified themes, and IT systems where candidates learn about the terminology, concepts and tools relating to IT developments.

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Literature & Performance

IBCP

Duration: 2 Years

The IB Standard Level literature and performance course aims to explore the relation between literature and theatre. The main focus of the course is the interaction between the literary skills of close reading, critical writing and discussion and the practical, aesthetic and symbolic elements of performance.

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Maths Studies

IBCP

Duration: 1 Year

The topics covered are: Algebra; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Vectors; Statistics and probability; and Calculus.

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Psychology

IBCP

Duration: 2 Years

The IB Diploma Programme higher level psychology course aims to develop an awareness of how research findings can be applied to better understand human behaviour and how ethical practices are upheld in psychological inquiry.

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Social and Cultural Anthropology

IBCP

Duration: 2 Years

The IB social and cultural anthropology course offers an opportunity for students to become acquainted with anthropological perspectives and ways of thinking, and to develop critical, reflexive knowledge.

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