The French education system offers students the opportunity to benefit from an education in two languages in a multicultural environment. Students who follow this French curriculum are highly appreciated by higher education schools. Students are encouraged to think independently and to guide their own learning by taking part in a structured education program that leads them to the world's most prestigious universities.
preparing your orientation choice
The year of 3e is the year of the Brevet National Diploma (DNB), a year of assessment of the skills acquired throughout Middle school but also of questioning about the student’s orientation project.
For more information on orientation after 3e, please refer to the slide show “After 3e” and to the Onisep orientation guide.
Building your route to success
Students choose three specialty subjects in 1e and keep two in Terminale. The Lycée Français of Jakarta offers 7 of the most popular speciality subjects:
- Physics and chemistry
- Economic and social sciences
- History, geography, geopolitics and political science
- Humanities, Literature and Philosophy
- Foreign languages, literatures and cultures
A time dedicated to orientation is set up to support High school students in their orientation project. At LFJ, students are supported by the main actors in orientation: the lead teacher, the resource person for information and orientation, the head of the CDI and the professor of Economic and Social Sciences.
High school students receive regular personalized interviews to refine their orientation project.
In Seconde, this period of time allows students to make their choice of specialty subjects according to their tastes, desires and their orientation project. It is also in Seconde that the students do their professional observation internship.
In Première and Terminale, the time dedicated to orientation allows students to refine their plans for higher education. Of the three specialties studied in Première, only two will be kept in Terminale.
Moments dedicated to orientation are organized within LFJ. This allows students to:
- discuss with the school’s teachers and the academic teams on professions and studies,
- learn more about higher education classes by meeting students, teachers and other stakeholders,
- discover jobs and professional sectors by meeting some of their actors,
- be informed of all the means available to build their professional project.
To successfully enter higher education
Starting in September and throughout the year, Terminale students of the Lycée Français of Jakarta are supported in their orientation project to prepare for their registration on Parcoursup, an entry platform to higher education in France.
AGORA Monde is one of the tools shared by the AEFE network schools for the benefit of their students: a collaborative tool based on a exchange dynamic between high school students, who are building their orientation project, and young alumni involved in their graduate studies.
Students currently studying in French high schools around the world and students continuing their studies in higher education or young graduates who can testify on their career: these are the actors of the AGORA Monde network…
On the AGORA Monde platform, high school students can discuss their post-baccalaureate study plans, solicit their peers, find testimonials, question students who, like them, come from French high schools around the world, about their personal experience.