Academic Programmes

The European Baccalaureate diploma

The European Baccalaureate diploma is awarded to successful candidates by the Secretary-General of the European Schools on behalf of the Board of Governors. It certifies the completion of secondary studies in a European School or in a School Accredited by the Board of Governors. It is officially recognised as an entry qualification for Higher Education in all the countries of the European Union, as well as in a number of others.
European Baccalaureate diploma holders enjoy the same rights and benefits as other holders of secondary school-leaving certificates in their countries, including the same right as nationals with equivalent qualifications to seek admission to any university or institution of tertiary education in the European Union.
The last two years of secondary education (s6 and s7) in the European Schools or in schools accredited by the Board of Governors make up the European Baccalaureate cycle. The cycle is characterised by a comprehensive multilingual curriculum that requires students to study a combination of language, humanities, and scientific subjects, some of which are taught through more than one language. The core curriculum includes several compulsory subjects, which can be taken at different levels of complexity. These include at least two language subjects (the dominant language and another one), mathematics (either 3 periods/week or 5 periods/week), one scientific subject (either Biology 2 periods/week or any other 4-period scientific subject in either Biology, Chemistry or Physics), history and geography (either 2 periods/week or 4 periods/week), which are taught through a different language from the dominant one (either in French, English or German), and philosophy (either 2 periods/week or 4 periods/week).

To summarise;

In addition to the core curriculum, pupils have a wide range of options and complementary subjects they can choose from to complete their subject package, which will amount to a minimum of 31 periods per week and to a maximum of 35.

The following table shows the curriculum structure and choice possibilities:

The European Baccalaureate examinations

Secondary education is validated by the European Baccalaureate examinations held at the end of year 7. Candidates will sit five written examinations and three oral examinations. L1, L2 and Mathematics are compulsory written examinations. L1, L2 or a subject taught through L2 (History or Geography) are compulsory oral examinations. Therefore, candidates must demonstrate written and oral proficiency in at least two languages. Each examination will cover the entire syllabus of the corresponding subject in s7 but will also assess the competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) acquired in previous years, especially in s6.
Both written and oral examinations are subject to double correction and marking by both the candidates’ teachers and external examiners. The final mark will be the average of the two examiners’ marks. In the case of a mark-disagreement of over two points, a third external corrector will be brought in and will establish through a thorough analysis of the previous corrections a final mark between the highest and the lowest awarded by the two previous correctors.
The external examiners are appointed annually by the Board of Governors of the European Schools and must meet the requirements laid down in their home countries for appointment to examining boards of the same level.
The five main levels of educational programs include Bachelor programs, Diploma programs, Certificate programs, Training & Development, Short courses and Webinars:

Bachelor programs:

Our bachelor degree is an undergraduate degree in which you study a subject of your choice at E- African Research Center, and is commonly known as a college degree. Getting a bachelor’s degree can enhance your access to many job opportunities, expose you to new ideas, and boost your earning potential. The subjects include:

Diploma programs:

When you graduate with a diploma from E- African Research Center, it means you’ve completed courses and gained hands-on experience in a specific field. Our diploma programs are often more technical and give students practical skills you can apply directly in your chosen field. Some of our diploma programs include:

Certificate programs:

Our certificate programs are great because you can get the training you need in as little as a few months. The turnaround time is quick, if you’re looking to jump into a new role or build on your current one. Our certificate programs can be completed in under a year and often in as little as six weeks. Some of our certificate programs include:

Training & Development:

Our training and development initiatives are educational activities within organizations that are designed to improve the job performance of individuals or groups. Our programs typically involve advancing a worker’s knowledge and skill sets and instilling greater motivation to enhance job performance.
Our training programs can be created independently or with a learning administration system, with the goal of employee long-term development. Our common training practices include orientations, classroom lectures, case studies, role playing, simulations and computer-based training, including e-learning. Our training is conducted in all fields of studies include the following:

Short courses and Webinars:

Access our free live webinars, short course, workshops, and trainings designed to help you grow your business or expand your career skills. Start learning today. Our free Webinars, Short course, Workshops & Trainings are demand driven and tailored towards the achievement your objective and goal. This is also conducted in all fields of studies include the following:

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