International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP)

What is the IBDP?

The IB Diploma is a two year programme aimed at students aged 16-19, usually completed in the final two years of secondary education. As one of the most comprehensive programmes in the world, it offers a wide variety of subjects, of whichstudents will choose 6 to study over the course of two years. More information is accessible on the IBO website:


Why All-Round Education Academy?

Our results

On average, students attain a Level 6 or above for every subject taken at All-Round Education Academy. On average each student that joins us ends up taking up more than two subjects, which adds up to a minimum average of a two-point increase as a whole. From these results, our students have gone on to competitively apply to top universities all around the world.

Student and parent testimonials

“The IB Tutor Hong Kong at All-Round Education Academy not only made me feel prepared for my exams due to the well-structured lessons, the ability to email them any questions I had, but also by creating a comforting environment. Their welcoming personality, encouraging attitude towards their students made All-Round Education Academy my first choice when I needed a tutor.” – Adrian, Island School Graduate (Adrian went up from a 32 to a 37 in three months, he took up IB HL Business and Management, IB HL English Language and Literature and IB SL Math Studies at AREA)

“Alistair got into UCL with a scholarship to study Psychology and it was all because of the help we received from your team.” – Parents of Alistair who is now a student at UCL (he took up IB HL Physics, HL Math, and HL Psychology)

Our specific approach

  • Past paper focus for students to become accustomed to their eventual examinations
  • Deep insight from experienced teachers who have attained degrees from world-class universities
  • Direct comparisons between top-scoring answers and lower-level answers to highlight what students should aspire to do as well as avoid
  • Accessing examiner’s reports to specifically assess what actual examiners are directly looking for
  • Learner-centered paradigm so that students construct knowledge through gathering and synthesizing information and integrating it with the skills of inquiry, communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving.

Subjects offered for the IB