Nord Anglia International School Dublin celebrates first-ever IB results, achieving impressive 34.9 point average, well above global score


都柏林NAIS‘s first-ever IB results are here, and we couldn’t be more proud!

Our entire school community is proud to share our students at 都柏林NAIS achieved exceptional results in this year’s 国际文凭课程(IBDP).

Over 20% of this year’s graduating students achieved an IB score above 40 points, while the school’s pass rate was 100% exceeding the global average pass rate of 85.6%.

These impressive results mean 都柏林NAIS’s graduating students will now study at some of the world’s best universities. Students have already received offers to first-choice destinations such Kings College London, University of Maryland, University of Toronto, as well as local universities such as University College Dublin. This is part of a global trend across Nord Anglia where one in two students go on to study at the world’s 100 top universities.

All of us here at NAIS Dublin are incredibly proud of the achievements of our first-ever cohort of IB students. Our students showcased exceptional resilience, hard work, and determinations all along the way. I’d like to also thank our dedicated and inspirational teachers for their role in helping our students make our first IB results year so great.

Paul Crute, Principal at 都柏林NAIS

All of us here at 都柏林NAIS would also like to congratulate our graduating students. These students have put in incredible hard work over the years and we can’t wait to see what they do in the future.

A huge congratulations to all our graduates and IBDP achievers for a job well done!



Nord Anglia International School Dublin

Nord Anglia International School Dublin is a unique international school in Dublin offering full International Baccalaureate (IB) programme for 3-18 year olds. Students experience contemporary and personalised learning to ensure they have the knowledge, skills and understanding for a changing world. NAIS Dublin offers global opportunities for Irish and Expatriate students, parents and staff.