We are proud to share that, in spite of incredibly difficult times, our students at the British International School Bratislava achieved very good results in this year’s International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP). We are currently seeking further clarification on the marking of some subjects and student results so the following information is provisional at this stage.
For the 2019/20 academic school year, the British International School Bratislava achieved a pass rate of 100% this year.
We are incredibly proud of our BISB students and teachers: Our average score continues to be higher than the IB global average points score.
We are delighted to announce that Yoonjung K. was our highest achiever and will make it onto our Wall of Fame with 40 points. We are hopeful that other students will join Yoonjung as a result of the results appeal process. This is the level of attainment required to gain admission to the world's elite universities, such as Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard, and Stanford.
Our Principal, Karen Eastwood, said, "I am very proud of what our students have achieved in the most challenging circumstances."
All of us here at British International School Bratislava would also like to congratulate our graduating seniors. Our students have put in incredible hard work over the years and we can’t wait to see what they do in the future.
Here are some of the highlights of our students' successful university acceptance: Denis M., Daniel M and Martin M. all got accepted to study computer science in the USA based on their prior applications and subsequent IB results.
Samuel J. is going to England to study criminology at the University of Southhampton.
Alexandra K. will pursue her dreams of graphic design at the Institute of Design International Florence in Italy.
Linda B. is going to King's College in London to study International Management. Many more students are in the process of being accepted to the world's elite universities to pursue their future goals.
As a family of schools, Nord Anglia schools recorded an average diploma score of 33 points out of 45, well above the global average score of 29.9 points. Nord Anglia also had a 94% diploma pass rate in its IB schools, which is significantly above the global average of 77.4% last year. This marks seven years of our global family exceeding average scores.
Well done to all our graduates and IBDP achievers for their tenacious approach to the IBDP course. We look forward to sharing more good news as well as exciting university courses and destinations in due course.