The DBST graduates earn the German International Abitur (DIA) and are accepted to some of the most competitive colleges and universities in the US, Canada, the UK and Europe.
What is the German International Abitur (DIAP)?
The German International Abitur (or Deutsche Internationale Abiturprüfung, known as "DIAP" for short) is the highest diploma awarded to secondary school students in Germany and at German schools abroad.
Around the world, DIAP graduates are regarded as sophisticated, open-minded, independent thinkers. The DIAP builds on the strengths of the traditional Abitur curriculum and adds a larger bilingual component.
The DIAP is endorsed by Germany’s Federal Foreign Office, the Central Agency for Schools Abroad (ZfA), and the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the States of the Federal Republic of Germany.
With a DIAP in hand, students are eligible to apply for admission to all German universities and to universities around the world, giving them a true advantage over other students.
To learn more about the DIAP's advantages and to meet some DIAP students, we encourage you to visit diap.org.