December 2017

And so the first semester of this school year draws to an end.
The number of IBID students has increased to 118, with 73 students taking our distance classes in preparation for the IB Diploma, 32 of who will sit the exam in May 2018. More and more students are applying to IBID for the preparatory programme (pre-IBDP) and we currently have 45 students.

The new year marks IBID’s 18th anniversary. We are very pleased with the trust placed in us by an ever growing number of schools, parents and organisations. But nothing beats the enthusiasm that almost all students – ultimately – have in common with us, a passion for Dutch and Flemish language and literature.


FEES 2020-2021

IB Dutch (ages 16-19)

Two-year IB Dutch A Literature SSST programme

• first year for ‘IBID-move on’ students

• first year for new students

• second year

One-year accelerated Dutch A Literature SSST programme







IB Dutch (ages 16-19)

Two-year IB Dutch B programme

• first year for ‘IBID-move on’ SL students

• first year for ‘IBID-move on’ HL students

• first year for new SL students

• first year for new HL students

• second year SL

• second year HL









IB Dutch (ages 13-16)

One-, two- or three-year Pre-IBDP programme

• Per academic year





• Ten-hours pass

• Fees for external marking and feedback

• Fees for coaching teachers (if not reimbursed by NOB)






  • Lessons officially commence on 1 September
  • Students for the two-year track should apply before 1 December
  • In the event of a late application, options and fees will be discussed on an individual basis
  • An accelerated programme can be started as from 1 June
  • 50% of the tuition fees will be refunded for cancellations made before 1. November
    (not applicable for ten-hours pass)
  • For fees to be determined in consultation, please use the contact form


  • Students who are not enrolled in one of our tutoring programmes, but who want advice and feedback on their work, can use the ‘ten-hours pass’. Students can buy one pass per academic year.
  • At an IB school’s request we can mark the various components of an IB Dutch A SSST student’s work. We are also able to advise on the list of literary works to choose from.
  • Dutch or Flemish IB teachers can contact IBID with their questions about IB Dutch education. We have an agreement with Stichting NOB (the Foundation for Dutch Education Abroad) regarding the support for teachers working at schools affiliated with NOB.

Please use the contact form to get in touch with us about this.