Career-related Programme

A comprehensive and passion-driven program in collaboration with the University of Chichester and Big Rock Institute*

The Career-related Programme involves studying three subjects from the Diploma Programme along with specific Career-related Studies (CRS) linked to academic passion and future university and professional aspirations. In the Business and Management CRS, students attend and study two university courses at H-FARM College. In the Creativity CRS, students take four courses at Big Rock Institute for specialized training in Digital Visual Art and Computer Graphics.

Two years of passion and in-depth study

The Career-related Study supports active participation and dedication for students who already feel directed towards a specific passion, vocation, or profession. For those with a clear vision of their future, whether it be in higher education or a professional career, there is a strong need to focus on their vision and concentrate on studying what motivates them to learn.

This fusion of passion and purpose, accompanied by resolute determination, is essential in aligning the school program with the student’s intrinsic motivations, enhancing the effectiveness and relevance of their learning experience. If students continue their studies at H-FARM College or Big Rock Institute, exams and credits are recognized.

The Career-related Studies at H-FARM International School

Business and Management

The Business and Management CRS is provided by H-FARM College in partnership with the University of Chichester, featuring classes on Principles of Marketing and Principles of Economics.


The Creativity CRS is provided by Big Rock Institute featuring classes on Character Design, Modelling with Maya and Sculpture of a Character Maquette.

The subjects of the Career-related Studies

The subjects offered are related to the chosen program, allowing students to aim for quality university paths once the Career-related Programme is completed. The offering is subject to change.

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In addition, the Career-related Programme features 4 core elements


Two weekly lessons on Human Skills focusing on Personal Development, Intercultural Understanding, Efficient Communication, Thinking Processes, and Applied Ethics.


An in-depth 3000-word research project on an ethical dilemma directly connected to the chosen CRS, undertaken with the support of a supervisor.


An exposure to a foreign language for a minimum of 50 hours.


Personally initiated experiences addressing a real and identified community need. Students are required to dedicate a minimum of 50 hours to Service Learning.



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Do universities accept the Career-related Programme?

Yes, many universities accept the IB Career-Related Programme (IBCP) as a valid credential for admissions. It is widely acknowledged in the United States and the United Kingdom, by all hospitality universities in Switzerland, BTS in France, and many universities in Italy.

Our Guidance Counselor Office at H-FARM International School will contact higher education institutions directly to verify whether they have considered the Career-related Programme and to provide all the information requested. Admissions to various faculties may also be influenced by the chosen subjects and exam outcomes.

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*H-FARM International School is a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Career-related Programme and pursuing authorization as an IB World School.

IB World Schools share a common philosophy—a commitment to improve the teaching and learning of a diverse and inclusive community of students by delivering challenging, high quality programmes of international education that share a powerful vision.

Only schools authorized by the International Baccalaureate can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted.

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