Why study online?
Do you want to get a head start for university while taking a subject that you’re passionate about? Extend your learning beyond the classroom by studying online with Pamoja.
Pamoja Taught courses provide practical experience of collaborative tools and digital technologies, promoting self-direction and independence in learning; skills that are highly desired by universities around the world.
How does it work?
You join a classroom of up to 35 students from all around the world, and are given access to the course content through an online learning platform. The content is broken down into weekly lessons: each week, objectives will be introduced to help you stay on track.
The course is mostly taught asynchronously using the materials and resources already available on the learning platform. You also have the opportunity to join a live lesson with your teacher every week, where you can interact with classmates and have your questions answered straight away.
My Pamoja Scholarship helped me get into university
My name is Raghav, and I’m coming to the end of a two-year scholarship with Pamoja. Before I was offered the chance to apply, I hadn’t ever heard of anyone getting an IB scholarship and the benefits have been numerous. I recently completed my university applications and the experience of learning online gave me a huge advantage; both in terms of skill set and the format itself. It was the one thing that I wrote about for every application because it made me stand out. It definitely helped me to get in to most of the universities I applied for and it’s also been a fantastic experience all round.
What our alumni say
Based on research carried out by the University of London’s Institute of Education.
said that they had gained experience in a range of online learning tools that they now use at university.
said that studying online prior to university had increased their independence as learners.
Meet our scholars
My name is Isabella Quill Everstz Muehlinghaus, and I am a 16 year old aspiring writer, born and raised in Oakland, California, USA. I am the youngest of three siblings and a mother of two cats, two dogs, and two birds. In my free time I enjoy reading, writing short romance stories, and practicing self care.
My name is Aras, and I was born and raised in Ankara, Turkey. I go to TED Ankara College, and started the IBDP this September. Dreaming of becoming a psychologist in the future, I’m taking Psychology SL on Pamoja to contribute to my future studies and gain an online-learning experience.
My name is Ella Tattari, and I am 17 years old. I currently live in Jyväskylä, Central Finland, and study in an IB class at a local upper-secondary school. In addition to my classes at my school, I am taking a Mandarin ab initio online course here at Pamoja.
I am Aybars Önder, a 16-year-old student from Turkey, Arı College studying IB Philosophy with Pamoja. For years, I have been interested in philosophy, reading into the works of the great philosophers of the past in my free time. In the future, I want to be an academic and a professional philosopher.
My name is Chaeli Knapp-Wilson and I live within the beautiful landscape of Vermont. My surroundings have always come across as a significant source of inspiration towards my passion for art and impact my everyday life. Currently I’m a Junior at Long Trail School, working art into my everyday life.
Read our brochure
Our students' brochure is designed to give you all the information you need to fully understand how our courses work, and how they can help you prepare for life after school. You can read it online, or download a copy.
Global Student Council
The Global Student Council (GSC) is a group of carefully selected year one and two Pamoja Taught IB DP students, who act as Student Ambassadors for the worldwide community of Pamoja learners. The GSC meet online monthly to define and implement different ways to engage with and support Pamoja students through their online learning journey. They also publish bi-monthly newsletters that offer a student view on international topics of interest, and include top tips, learning moments, brainteasers, student artwork and content submissions from the wider student community. All new Pamoja students are given the opportunity to apply for a position on the GSC.