Applying to universities in the U.S. has changed over the years. What used to be a competition of measurable grades and test scores is now an evaluation of transferable skills. Find out what American universities are seeking and what your child can do to stand out.
We are delighted to announce that applications are open for Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard, which has expanded into three bespoke, immersive performing arts programs taking place in Geneva, Shanghai and Florida.
Nord Anglia Education is pleased to announce the establishment of its Education Advisory Board, chaired by world-renowned film producer and educator, Lord David Puttnam. Find out how Lord Puttnam and Nord Anglia will work together to define the education of the future.
In June, Nord Anglia Education students attended a side event at the United Nations Oceans Conference to discuss the role of youth in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Students ages 10-24 focused on Goal #14 to improve the health of marine life and the ocean.
Deciding what is the right age for your child to begin using technology can vary for every child and family. Craig Brown, Head of Learning Technologies at the British International School, Budapest, gives some advice on what parents should consider before giving their child a tablet.
We are pleased to announce that the first ever Global Games North America is just around the corner. From 29th November to 3rd December 2017, students from across the US and Mexico will head to Orlando, Florida to compete in a variety of sports including archery, basketball, sand volleyball and much more.
The first ever Global Games North America will feature five days of action-packed events. Your child will have a chance to shine in a variety of sports while bonding with fellow teammates and students from all Nord Anglia Education schools in North America.
At the British International School of Boston, we believe that every student should have the opportunity to participate in athletics. With students from over 75 heritages represented in our community, we could not think of a better way to showcase our support of 206 countries coming together in Rio, than to become a local sponsor of this summer's Olympic games.
British International School of Boston is one of the 13 inaugural Nord Anglia Education schools which will collaborate with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to enhance science, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM) teaching and learning for K-12 students.