The IB Career-Related Certificate (IBCC) Programme offers juniors and seniors the chance to become career-ready through rigorous, college-level IB coursework while developing career skills through nationally recognized training opportunities. IBCC students have a core of: community and service, language development, and a reflective project. The student will earn the Career-related Certificate and statement of results upon successful completion of the IBCC requirements.
IB exams are open to only IB Programme students. Students who score a 4 or higher on the IB exam may earn college credit at colleges and universities worldwide. Colleges and universities may grant transcripted credit based on student’s IB exam score(s). Students should check with individual colleges or universities for their current policies in granting college credit for successful completion of an IB exam.
The state will fully reimburse districts per exam for fee-reduced, low-income students and partially reimburse exams for non-fee-reduced students. Schools may collect unreimbursed exam fees from non-fee-reduced students. Schools are responsible to pay the entire cost of exam fees to the IBO. To qualify for exam fee reimbursement, schools are responsible for adhering to all application procedures and deadlines. Policy and procedures for IB Exam Reimbursement can be found below.
The Minnesota Department of Education collaborates with the International Baccalaureate (IB), the IB Americas, and the Minnesota Association of IB World Schools (MNIB) in support of effective professional development for IB teachers and other interested educators. IB teacher training is offered both in Minnesota and at many out-of-state sites. MNIB offers several professional development opportunities throughout the year for IB teachers, coordinators and administrators. Visit the Minnesota Association of IB World Schools for more information, training dates and locations.
June Memorandum: International Baccalaureate Teacher Training Reimbursement Process 2020 - 6/16/20
International Baccalaureate Teacher Training Reimbursement Form for FY 2020 - 6/16/20
IB Coordinators must complete and submit this form to request reimbursement of IB teacher training. Reimbursement requests are due by July 10, 2020.
December 2019 Memorandum: International Baccalaureate Programme Application for Reimbursement 2019-20 - 12/5/19
International Baccalaureate Programme Application for Reimbursement 2019-20 - 12/4/19
Application to qualify for IB student exam fee subsidies and teacher training support. Applications are due by January 30, 2020.