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International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP)

The International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme is the IB programme that is designed for students 16 to 19 years of age. It is a unique programme designed to bring the academic rigour and global focus of the IB through career-related courses.

The IBCP provides an opportunity for students to integrate the career-focused courses of their choice with selected IBDP subjects. This flexible framework allows students to integrate academic knowledge and practical, hands-on career skills. This combination of academics and experience empowers candidates to gain 21st-century skills and better adapt to workplace requirements.
Children’s Academy International School is an authorised IBCP school in Mumbai. 

Career Pathways Offered

The programme trains you to organise, plan and analyse business activities that are required to efficiently manage and run a business. It not only helps you gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of the core elements of business administration but also introduces you to the world of business. It provides invaluable industry insights, such as market trends and industry reports, and encourages you to apply academic theory to real-life business situations that will help you kickstart your career.
Accounting is one of the leading career choices today. The course is intellectually stimulating and gainful. It gives your career a kick start by creating strategies for building goals that lead to success. It offers the practitioners a wide range of career paths – Accounting & Financial Management Technician, Chartered Accountant, Forensic Accountant, Investment Banker, Stockbroker, Tax Adviser, Actuary, Data Analyst and many more.


Students at Children’s Academy International School, Mumbai have the option of choosing career-related programmes that fit their aspirations. We have partnered with the World Academy of Career Programmes (WACP) to offer career-related courses in Business Administration, and Accounts & Financial Management.


The four key foundational and interrelated elements that are central to all IB programmes:

The IB learner profile

The IB learner profile places the student at the center of an IB education with the 10 attributes reflecting the holistic nature of the programmes.


IB programmes offer students access to a broad and balanced range of academic studies and learning experiences.


International-mindedness is a multifaceted concept that captures a way of thinking, being, and acting characterized by an openness to the world and a recognition of our deep interconnectedness to others.

Approaches to teaching and learning

IB’s six approaches to teaching and five approaches to learning play a crucial role in ensuring that the aspirations of an IB education become a reality in the classroom. The approaches are centered on a cycle of inquiry, action, and reflection—an interplay of asking, doing, and thinking—that informs the daily activities of teachers and learners.

IB Learner Profile

The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world As IB Learners we strive to be:


We nurture our curiosity, developing skills for inquiry and research. We know how to learn independently and with others. We learn with enthusiasm and sustain our love of learning throughout life.


We use critical and creative thinking skills to analyze and take responsible action on complex problems. We exercise initiative in making reasoned, ethical decisions.


We act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness and justice, and with respect for the dignity and rights of people everywhere. We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences.


We show empathy, compassion and respect. We have a commitment to service, and we act to make a positive difference in the lives of others and in the world around us.


We understand the importance of balancing different aspects of our lives—intellectual, physical, and emotional—to achieve well-being for ourselves and others. We recognize our interdependence with other people and with the world in which we live.


We develop and use conceptual understanding, exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global signifi cance.


We express ourselves con fidently and creatively in more than one language and in many ways. We collaborate effectively, listening carefully to the perspectives of other individuals and groups.


We critically appreciate our own cultures and personal histories, as well as the values and traditions of others. We seek and evaluate a range of points of view, and we are willing to grow from the experience.


We approach uncertainty with forethought and determination; we work independently and cooperatively to explore new ideas and innovative strategies. We are resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges and change.


We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development.

How Does the IBCP Give Students an Edge Over Others?


For more than two decades, Children’s Academy Group of Schools has been steered by Mr. Rohan Bhat and Mr. Rohit Bhat, sons of our founder – Late Shri. V.V. Bhat. An institution of the magnitude of Children’s Academy Group of Schools, required being in educationally sound hands, to keep up the quality of education and to live up to the faith thrusted upon it by students and parents. The Bhat duo, true educationists and visionaries, have been instrumental in the consistent growth of Children’s Academy Group of Schools.Today, being ably assisted by their spouses, Ms. Monica Bhat and Ms. Charlotte Bhat, functioning of the institution receives a much more professional touch. They look into the several minute details that affect the esteemed academy.


The IBCP team is led by Mr Ronit Bhat, the son of Mr. Rohan Bhat. Mr. Ronit Bhat has completed his Masters in Contemporary Literature from the United Kingdom. Ever since, he has been engaged in furthering the progress of Children’s Academy. Starting his career in education as a teacher of English Language and Literature and quickly climbing the ranks to becoming a teacher trainer, Mr. Bhat now acts as the Group Communication Head and IBCP Coordinator at the newly established Children’s Academy International School. An expert in technology, his contribution during the COVID times has been immense and unmatchable.


Mr. Ronit Bhat

Group Communication Head and IBCP Coordinator

Ms. Haripriya

Head of School, IBCP


Recognition of IBCP at various universities and colleges.

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS (FAQ)

What kind of students choose the IBCP?

The students choosing the IBCP tend be those who think long-term and want to keep their options open. Learners can get into a university of their choice or directly pursue a career, usually through higher level apprenticeship. The programme prepares learners for success in further studies and also develops the skills that the employers seek.

How does the IBCP give students advantages?

It enables students to gain qualifications recognised by universities and employers, not only in India but worldwide. IBCP students develop as highly effective teamworkers, showing self-confidence, determination, initiative and enterprise. The core of the programme also provides students with skill sets that they may not acquire through other qualifications.

What makes the IBCP different?

The IBCP differs from most other post16 programmes because itunites both academic and vocational studies into a flexible and coherent course, rather than offering a ‘pick and mix’ selection of unconnected subjects. It enables them to gain qualifications recognised by universities and employers,not only throughout India but worldwide. IBCP students develop as highly effective teamworkers, showing self-confidence, determination, initiative and enterprise. The core of the programme also provides students with skill sets that they may not acquire through other qualifications.

Yes, it is. Also, The IBCP is expanding very rapidly. At present, it is taught in 21 countries worldwide, with the largest numbers of IBCP schools found in the UK and the USA.

How are the IB parts of the programme assessed?

Assessment is by a combination of examinations and coursework. The examinations are taken at the end of the programme, and marked externally by IB examiners. All IB subjects include coursework, which is assessed by the school.

What are the core elements?

The Core is one of the most important features that differentiates the IBCP from the other post- 16 qualifications and programmes. It is a compulsory element and consists of four components: Personal and Professional Skills, Service Learning,Language Development and a Reflective Project. These components are all blended together to develop critical thinking and intercultural understanding, and are at the heart of why IBCP students excel in job and university applications.

Why are IBCP students required to complete a Reflective Project?

The Reflective Project is an in-depth and independent study. Students identify, analyse, discuss an ethical dilemma associated with an issue from their career- related studies. It enables students to develop the research and writing skills required not only at universities, but also in their careers.

Why is there a Language Development component?

This part of the Core is designed to give students the confidence to work successfully in multicultural teams and international businesses. The approach to explore the language is culture -based rather than vocabulary – based. There is no formal examination for Language Development.

What makes IBCP students special?

The IBCP helps develop students’ personal and professional skills as well as their academic acumen. It raises their aspirations and encourages them to be enterprising, a characteristic that it shares with all other IB programmes.

If a students has a specific career in mind, will choosing the IBCP impact on this?

At 16, some students already have a clear idea of their career intentions and are looking for hands-on experience in that field. The IBCP is ideal for students who are interested in a particular industry and want to specialise early on.

Should their career interests change, it offers students the opportunity to gain transferable skills, while also staying on track to succeed both academically and professionally, with a view to attending university, opting for a higher level apprenticeship or entering the world of work.

The IBCP also keeps doors open for students who have not decided their career path. The IBCP allows students to maintain a broad spectrum of academic subjects, aids in their personal development and also helps them gain valuable insights into the world of work.

Why choose IBCP with CAIS?

Children’s Academy International School is a name to reckon with in the field of education. As a part of Children’s Academy Group of Schools, it is recognised as one of the finest schools in Mumbai.

The school believes in holistic development of all learners. It carries forward the rich legacy of being learner centric. The continuous professional development of its faculty enables them to adopt the latest and the most effective pedagogical practices in their class rooms.
The school has ensured that the class strength is limited in order to provide quality learning experience to each of its students.

The Management, along with its dedicated faculty and team of counsellors, is known to be highly approachable and are well-equipped to help learners in their future career-paths.



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