It is a French Diploma that confirms secondary education and gives access to higher education.
BACCALAURÉAT 2018 RESULTS
At the Lycée Français de Singapour, students can choose amongst the following Baccalauréat options: L - Language and Literature, ES - Economics and Social Science and S - Math and Science. They can also choose between:
- a regular Baccalauréat
- a Baccalauréat with European Section
- a Baccalauréat Option Internationale – British section (not to confuse with IB: International Baccalaureate): written and oral examinations in English in literature, history and geography.
EARLY EXAMINATIONS FOR THE BACCALAURÉAT 2017
They are for Première (Grade 11) students and include:
- written and oral examinations in French, for all the candidates in the ES, L and S streams
- an examination on Research Project (RP) for the candidates in the ES, L and S streams
- an examination in sciences for candidates in the ES and L streams.
THE FINAL EXAMINATIONS
You will find below a link to the Edusol page (in French) from the French Ministry of National Education that will introduce you to the specificity of each stream.
Registration dates: from 12th October 2017 to 17th November 2017.
In case of exemption, you must provide the Office of Examinations with a official medical certificate (see below)
THE “OPTION INTERNATIONALE” OF THE BACCALAURÉAT (OIB) – BRITISH SECTION
The OIB is the general French Baccalauréat diploma where it is added « Option Internationale » and the language section in which the student is enrolled. It is a specific feature of the French Baccalauréat that lays more emphasis on knowing the culture and language of the partner country.
The OIB is made of mandatory core examinations that correspond to each stream, except for the written and oral examinations in modern Languages 1 (LV1) and History-Geography.
Theses examinations are replaced by two specific examinations: Languages and Literature and History-Geography, with each having an oral and a written section. These specific examinations are done in the language of the chosen section and have a different weight that can make up between 32 and 37% of the final grade of the Baccalauréat, depending on the streams.