International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBDP) students at The British International School Abu Dhabi have excelled in their 2022 examinations performing significantly above the global average.
Two students achieved the highest possible sore of 45, placing them in the top 1% of IBDP candidates world-wide. Safa and Sydney follow in the footsteps of their sisters, Hagir and Matilda who also graduated from The British International School Abu Dhabi in 2021, each with 45 points. This year IBDP graduates Doyoon and Bart also successfully achieved Bilingual Diplomas, Doyoon in both English and Korean, and Bart in English and Dutch, both outstanding achievements.
A total of 61 students at The British International School Abu Dhabi studied for this year’s IBDP exams, with students accomplishing a 93% pass rate. 7 students are also placed in the top 10% performing worldwide with an outstanding 40+ points from the maximum score of 45.
Over the last two years, our students have faced many challenges. Their resilience and strength has been inspiring. These results reflect their determination to succeed in their studies, and their commitment to their futures. They should be very proud of themselves, as all of us at The British International School are. We see our success as a school reflected in our students’ potential and their willingness to be their personal best. It’s been a privilege to be a witness to that with our Class of 2022.Patrick Horne, Principal
This year’s results across Nord Anglia Education are well above the world average, with The British International School students successfully achieving an average point score of 34 exceeding the global average score of 31.9. These results highlight and confirm The British International School’s position as one of the most renowned IB Schools in the world.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is one of the most highly regarded international curricula, well known for its breadth and academic rigour, which nurtures a global outlook and prepares students for success at university and in their working lives.