Posted November 01, 2018 12:23:59 This is a quick primer for you about the process for applying for an International Baccalaureate (IB) at the University of Maryland.
Here are a few things to know about this program:What you need to know to apply to a university forum:If you’re a student who plans to take a global degree, you need:International Baccalaurate (IBA) means you can apply for international Baccas through a global program.
For example, a graduate of the University at Buffalo could apply for a IB in the U.S. to become an international B.A. student.
If you’re planning to take an IB at another university, you’ll need to submit a transcript for that university.
If there’s no one in your immediate family with an IB degree, a parent of an IB student might apply for the IB.
You’ll also need:Your application to the University’s Forum should be completed online, via email, or fax.
This should be done by November 15.
If your application is accepted, you will need to mail your completed application along with your transcript to the Forum’s Office of International Bacalaureates (BIA).
The Forum’s office is located in College Park.
You can also call 410-742-4500 or email [email protected] for more information.
What you should know about the forum’s requirements:You must be a U. of M. student and have completed a minimum of 90 semester credits.
You’ll be eligible to apply if you have a GPA of 2.5 or better and have a minimum score of 50 or higher on the university’s International Bachelors (IBB) and IB Masters (Masters) examinations.
International Bachelorettes (IBs) are the highest-ranking IB program available in the world.
They are typically offered at selective universities and in the top 10 U. S. universities, such as Columbia, the University