Alun Yorath, Principal of The British School Warsaw, said:
"It is a great pleasure to see so many of our students securing places at leading universities around the world. The education they have received here at The British School Warsaw has certainly prepared them well for their future studies. In our 25th anniversary year, it is doubly pleasing to see the graduating class average of 35 points in their IB Diploma, more than five points above the global average. Gaining places at Oxford and Cambridge universities as well as other world leading universities, our students have much to celebrate today."
- Our students' average score in the IB Diploma was 35 out of a maximum 45 points, significantly ahead of the 2017/18 world average of 29.8 points.
- 22.3% of our students achieved 40 points and above. This is the level of attainment required to gain admission to the world's elite universities, such as Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard and Stanford.
- One of our students, William B, was one of only 250 students worldwide to achieve a perfect score of 45.
- Over 1/3 of our students are admitted to world's top 60 universitites including: Oxford, UCL, King's College, University of Edinburgh, University of Manchester, London School or Economics & Political Science
Andy Puttock, Education Director of Nord Anglia Education, said, “I am delighted by the outstanding IB diploma results achieved by our students this year. This excellent outcome is not only due to their efforts, but also the incredible hard work put in by the school’s teachers throughout the year to ensure our children experience the best in learning.”
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, commonly referred to as the IBDP, is a two-year education programme for students aged 16-19. The programme is a widely accepted and recognised qualification for entry into higher education and universities worldwide. To learn more about the International Baccalaureate you can visit the organisation's website here: http://www.ibo.org/.