Donating

If you are a former student who has benefited from the OIB, an interested parent or are otherwise interested in this unique examination and wish to help assure the future of the OIB, then your donation would be gratefully received.

Donations may be made via PayPal. Please click on the button below and follow the instructions.

 

Alternatively donations may be sent by cheque addressed to the order of ASIBA and posted to the ASIBA Treasurer c/o British Section, Lycée International, 2 bis rue du Fer à Cheval, 78101 Saint Germain-en-Laye, France.

If you would like to make a donation by bank transfer please contact the Treasurer, Shaun Corrigan, by email for our bank details.

ASIBA has been recognised as an association d’intérêt general and therefore has the right to issue a formal receipt (reçu de don) in accordance with applicable legislation which, in principle, gives donors the right to a tax deduction depending on their own tax position and within applicable limits.

What is our income spent on?

The majority of ASIBA’s work is performed on a voluntary basis by people who are committed to the OIB and the development of international education more generally.

However, there are a number of costs that ASIBA has to meet in order to ensure the viability of the OIB.  For example, ASIBA subsidises the annual OIB training sessions. This includes Cambridge Inspectors’ consultancy fees, transport, accommodation and subsistence.  Training teachers on examining procedures and standards does not involve only new colleagues; it is vital for quality assurance in the examination and is therefore important for all OIB teachers.  It can also be a source of professional development.  The role played by the Cambridge inspectors in this work is a central one.

ASIBA also depends on membership fees and donations to carry out other activities in support of the OIB such as bearing the expenses of ASIBA representatives at university admissions conferences to promote the OIB, subsidising the costs incurred by oral examiners, and providing essential services to teachers, parents and students such as the ASIBA website and communications systems.

ASIBA would also like to be able to offer bursaries for students who demonstrate the potential to benefit from the double enseignement but do not have the means to pay the fees required by sections that are not subsidised.