Study and course content
The world-leading, interdisciplinary DIA curriculum provides learners with an excellent academic foundation in languages, sciences (biology, chemistry & physics), mathematics, social sciences (history, geography, social studies, religion/ethics), as well as sports and the arts (fine arts & music).
This unique school programme promotes academic achievement, conveys various methods of learning, teaches our learners critical thinking and helps them develop into independent individuals.
The Abitur examinations:3 written examinations:
- 1. German
- 2. English or mathematics
- 3. English or mathematics or history or one of the natural sciences
(written subjects from 2 subject blocks)2 oral examinations
from the subjects not chosen for written examinations
(including one presentation examination, i.e. a subject-specific presentation of a topic compiled by the learners)
The marks of the 4 semesters of grades 11-12 are included in the overall Abitur mark and reflect the realistic performance in the respective subject.
Our learners in the bilingual DIA programme become multi-cultural and socially responsible global citizens. The learning, networking and reflective thinking skills acquired in DIA are unique in school education.