Feb 14, 2019

International Biology Olympiad

  • Crimson Education
  • Taiwan
Multiple Competition Certification Skill Building

Description

The International Biology Olympiad (IBO) is a competition for pre-university students which tests their practical and theoretical biology skills.

The competition brings together students from all around the world and tries to both challenge and stimulate their curiosity in the biosciences. It is an opportunity for students to expand their talents.

The IBO was founded in 1989, with the first competition held in Olomouc, Czechoslovakia. Since then, a different country has hosted the competition which takes place in July each year.

Every participating nation sends four students to the IBO, who are the winners of their respective national Biology Olympiads. Up to 70 countries take part in the IBO today.

For more information visit the official website at 

http://www.ukbiologycompetitions.org/intermediate-biology-olympiad/

 

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

N/A

Competitiveness

4/5

Participation Cost

3/5

Each school is eligible for five free places in the competition. Stepped fees are applied for each additional student entered, up to a maximum fee of £100:

1-5 students registered from a school = free
6-25 students registered = £5 each (max. cost for 25 students is £100)
26 or more students registered = £100 total entry fee
The entry fee for the Biology Challenge 2019 remains at £30 per school for an unlimited number of participants.

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

2/5

Questions were set on topics students are likely to have covered at GCSE and in their first year of A level

Time Commitment

2/5

a one-hour multiple choice paper to be taken online under staff supervised exam conditions

Application Deadline

registration will open on 1st March 2019

Application Process Includes

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