International Baccalaureate (IB)

The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers educational programmes for students from age 3 to 19, all of which focus on teaching students to think critically and independently, and how to inquire with care and logic. We are supported by IB teachers and coordinators who develop and promote the IB’s curriculums in nearly 5,000 schools in over 150 countries across six continents, truly bringing our founders’ vision of an international education to life.

In 1968, inspired by a spirit of hope following a time of instability and conflict, the IB founders pioneered an international approach to education that would bring young people together with the skills, values and knowledge necessary to build a more peaceful future. Our founders’ vision—of an education that can unite people, nations and cultures for a sustainable future—continues to foster openness and enlightenment in student minds across the world, instilling the skills and knowledge they need to become strong learners for life.

The IB prepares students to succeed in a world where facts and fiction merge in the news, and where asking the right questions is a crucial skill that will allow them to flourish long after they’ve left our programmes.

Programme (English):

Rolling programme (no registrations required):

  • Relax and chat with staff members of the IB to learn more about our educational programmes
  • Activities for all ages
  • Drinks

Opening times: 11.00 to 16.00

Scheduled programme: interactive presentation (fixed times, registrations required)

Times (approximately 60 min):

Round 1 11:30 – 12:30
Round 2 14.15 – 15:15
  • What do we do – an introduction to the International Baccalaureate Organization
  • What is unique about an IB education?
  • Questions and Answers

Maximum of 100 people per session


International Baccalaureate Organization
Churchillplein 6
2517 JW Den Haag

The International Baccalaureate is located in the International Zone of The Hague, at Churchillplein 6, next to the World Forum and Europol.


Most organisations have strict security. Because of this, we have added a list of the DO’s and DON’Ts for you. As a visitor, you’ll be required to follow these. You will receive your security passes a week beforehand via e-mail. We ask you to please bring it with you. The security of the organisations can ask you to show your passes. Although the chance is there that registration will be enough and you will not be asked to show your pass. At all times you are required to bring a legal personal ID, like a passport of a ID-Card. Bus-, library, etc. cards are not valid identification. Security checks take time, so please keep this in mind when visiting. We ask for your patience for any eventual waiting times.


  • Bring a valid ID like a passport or ID card
  • Bring a your admission ticket (print or online version)
  • Keep in mind that security checks can take some time.
  • Listen and comply with security.


  • Do not bring large bags.
  • Do not bring prams unless absolutely necessary.
  • Do not bring electronic devices.
  • Photos and video recordings aren’t always permitted.