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ASIBA

Association des Sections Internationales Britanniques et Anglophones

ASIBA is a not-for-profit association which supports the British version of the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB), a unique bilingual and bicultural school-leaving qualification run in partnership between the French Education Ministry and Cambridge International Education (CIE).

Upcoming Masterclasses

ASIBA Masterclasses are online events led by expert outside speakers giving students a taste of what it might be like to study at university and to find out more about different careers.

Are cartels bad for the economy? And what can we do about it?
13 April 2023

Are cartels bad for the economy? And what can we do about it? The word ‘cartel’ refers to (forbidden) conduct that unfairly restricts competition, for example by agreeing to fix prices, allocate markets, adjust shipments in collusion with other business entities. Cartels are often referred to as a “cancer to the market economy” since they…

Exploitation: What is it? Is it wrong? And what should we do about it?
23 March 2023

Exploitation: What is it? Is it wrong? And what should we do about it? Professor Ferguson will introduce the concept of exploitation in the context of these three debates about what exploitation is, whether it is wrong, and what can be done about it. The masterclass will include discussion of the pros and cons of…

Shared vision

Schools, international sections and parents’ associations involved in the teaching and running of the British international sections form the membership of ASIBA.

All members share a vision of the importance of the international sections and OIB as an essential part of international provision within French schools and as a unique example of practical educational co-operation between two countries.

A framework

The Association operates within the framework of French association law dating from 1901 and is therefore termed an “Association loi 1901″.

Much 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.

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