Who will assist you
The IB involves a global network of talented individuals to assist schools throughout the authorization process and beyond.
Many IB staff are involved in designing the processes, managing information, and overseeing financial arrangements behind the scenes, but schools work most directly with regional IB staff and with members of the IB Educator Network (IBEN) who are experienced educators trained for their roles by the IB.
If you wish to start the process of becoming an IB World School, in order to implement IB programmes, you can contact one of our regional offices for further information.
You can contact the regional offices using the following details:
- Africa, Europe, Middle East: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Asia-Pacific: email@example.com
- The Americas: firstname.lastname@example.org
IB teams most involved in the authorization process include the following groups:
Regional development teams work with schools during the initial phases of inquiry about authorization. Visit each regional website for more information.
Regional school services teams guide the authorization and evaluation processes of the schools in each of the three regions. Visit each regional website for more information.
Regional IBEN managers allocate and manage the IB educators who serve as consultants, site visitors, readers, and workshop leaders.
Read about the IB regional offices.