ADA School, established in 2019, is officially authorized to teach the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP). A ceremony of presentation of the program was held at ADA School.
At the ceremony, the Vice Rector of Academic Affairs at ADA University, Vafa Kazdal, spoke about the ADA School, its activities, and the structure of teaching at the school.
"Despite the fact that the ADA School's activity spans less than five years, the accomplishments made are too much to accommodate within that time frame. Our institution has always endeavored to meet international benchmarks.
The IB International Diploma Program will provide a platform and opportunities for new accomplishments.
Within the program's framework, an education tailored to Azerbaijani standards as well as instruction in subjects essential to our country will be provided. Education based on an internationally recognized curriculum will allow our students to study not only in Azerbaijan but also at overseas universities,” added Vafa Kazdal.
Mehriban Valiyeva, Head of the Baku City Education Department, noted the important role of science and education in the progress of society. She emphasized that ADA University has successfully implemented various educational projects.
"The IB International Diploma Program allows the developing of the modern world's knowledge. The development and renovation of the educational system and values rely significantly on programs in this direction. This program will contribute to the continued development of ADA School's educational quality,” underlined Mehriban Valiyeva.
Then, Leylakhanim Zeynalova, Manager of Admission and Student Records at ADA School, spoke about the conditions of admission to the School.
Samir Javadov, the Head of the IB International Diploma Program, discussed the program's primary benefits and how it will foster the social skills development of students.
The IB Program coordinator, Gadir Mikayilov, delivered an engaging presentation touching upon the program's elements and fundamental expectations, including creativity, activity, and service.