Ensuring that our students are equipped for future success is central to our school life.
Our College Counselling Team will guide and support our students as they prepare for life beyond our school. With specialists from English, French and German speaking countries, the team provides structured information and guidance across a range of further education options.
In close collaboration with the Principal, tutors, class teachers and parents, our students begin their preparation at the start of Grade 9, researching courses, universities and entry requirements. They are encouraged to define their goals for the future and challenged to think broadly about their future aspirations.
Throughout this process, our counsellors are there to challenge and support decision making and are available to meet with both students and parents.
IB Admission to International Universities:
Will international universities accept the IB Diploma for admission?
The IB Diploma is accepted in 75 countries in over 2000 universities. The IBO has a search directory on its website (www.ibo.org/recognition/university
) although they advise students to check directly with each university for the recognition policy.
IB Admission to Swiss Universities:
Will Swiss universities accept the IB Diploma for admission?
Most Swiss universities require 32 of 42 points (without extra points) and have additional HL subject requirements. ETH Zurich and EPF Lausanne require 38 of 42 points (without extra points) and have stringent HL and SL subject requirements. Please check with the respective university for their recognition policy or go to www.ibo.org/recognition/university
for further information.
Swiss Matura Admission to International Universities:
Will international universities accept the Swiss Matura for admission?
There are two types of Maturas, the 'Federal' as well as 'Cantonal'. Federally accepted Matura diploma allows students to study at international universities. Please check with the university of your choice for their specific admission requirements.
Swiss Matura Admission to Swiss Universities:
Are there any restrictions for Swiss universities?
Holders of a Swiss Matura do not have to take part in an admission process (except for Medical Studies) if they wish to study at a Swiss university.