Middle East IB Association (MEIBA) of Schools

Welcome to the MEIBA website. MEIBA is the Middle East IB Association of Schools. Countries included in the Middle East are generally within the IB Africa, Europe, Middle East (IBAEM) region. Membership is open to all Middle Eastern schools which are recognised as authorised International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools or are in the process of applying to become IB World Schools.

The aims of MEIBA are as follows:

a)   To provide help and support to schools and institutions of education within the Middle East which offer, or are considering offering the IB.
b)   To assist in the promotion of the IB and its objectives.
c)   To act as a forum identifying common concerns within the region which would then be communicated to IB through the Regional Office of IBAEM.


All member schools will have the opportunity to become “Featured Schools” in rotation. For more information, please email meiba.team@gmail.com

English Talents School- Jordan

American International School-Riyadh – Saudi Arabia

English talents school seeks to create a culture of confidence in its students by instilling strong academic, social, cultural and ethical read more..

American International School - Riyadh is a PreK- 12 offering the US State Department Standards (AERO), Common Core State Standards and read more..

Dubai International Academy – United Arab Emirates

Kuwait Bilingual School – Kuwait

Dubai International Academy (DIA) was the first school in the United Arab Emirates authorised by the International Baccalaureate (IB) to offer read more..

Kuwait Bilingual School is a K-12 non-profit bilingual educational institution, providing quality programs to instill ethical and moral values, positi read more..

Modern English School – Egypt

International College – Lebanon

A BSME/BSO ‘Outstanding School’, Modern English School Cairo was established in 1990 with just 26 students; today the school population stands read more..

International College (IC) was founded in 1891 in Smyrna, Turkey, and relocated to Beirut in 1936 at the invitation of the read more..