Scottish Interdisciplinary Project
The Scottish Interdisciplinary Project is the defining feature of the Scottish Baccalaureate is the added value it brings to the Baccalaureate as a whole. Study will be based on the main subject area but will also draw on knowledge and skills from a range of other disciplines. This will allow learners to make connections and links between different subjects. Candidates will be able to select from a range of contemporary contexts which may come from within and beyond the formal curriculum. The project must relate to one of the five broad themes of:
The qualification was first considered for UCAS Tariff points in June 2009.
The following points come into effect for entry to higher education from 2010 onwards.
The notional design length is 80 hours, with an expectation that candidates will give an additional 80 hours of undirected time to the project.
The project carries 16 SCQF Credit Points, which equate to a notional 160 hours of learning time.
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