IB Diploma Programme

To broaden curriculum provision at St. Paul's Co-educational College, the school offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in tandem with the Senior Secondary Curriculum. Our students have been recognised for their excellence, please click here for the exam results and university offers to our IB students.

International Baccalaureate Information Booklet

Application usually opens in January each year.

Admission Criteria

Admission to the Preparatory Year requires completion of F3 or its equivalence. Applicants need to have good academic potential and be proficient in the English Language.

Application for 2017-18

We now invite applications for the F4 Preparatory Year. The Preparatory Year is offered to secondary students who are interested in following the IBDP in F5 and F6.

Application forms can be downloaded on this page. They can be returned by post or in person along with copies of the latest grades and those of previous two years and a self-addressed envelope.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a written exam and an interview. Results of the interview will be released by April 2017.

Application Deadline: 28 February 2017
Enquiry:2523 1187
  admissions@spcc.edu.hk

Fee Remission and Financial Aid

Our Fee Remission Scheme is quota free and among the most generous in town. Bursary and financial aid are also readily available to the financially disadvantaged. Please click here for details.

St. Paul's Co-educational College has been authorised as an IB World School offering the Diploma Programme for F5 and F6. IB World Schools commit themselves to the IB philosophy with a focus on international-mindedness and a rigorous, all-round curriculum that encourages students to be responsible global citizens. To find out more about the International Baccalaureate, its philosophy and principles, please visit its website (www.ibo.org).

NOTE: APPLICANTS AND PARENTS ARE REMINDED NOT TO OFFER ANY ADVANTAGES TO SCHOOL STAFF IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR APPLICATIONS.

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