News about IB students
IB alumni set to gather in Geneva to mark 50th anniversary
Graduates from IB World Schools around the globe are heading to Geneva on 26 October to mark the IB's 50th anniversary and discuss the future of education.
Tips on team building from IB students around the world
At this year’s Rotterdam edition of the World Student Conference, we spoke to some IB students about their ideas for #generationIB, and got some great tips on team building from a student perspective.
Only weeks to go to the #generationIB finale
We’re more than half-way through our #generationIB campaign and we have already received dozens of submissions from IB students all across the globe.
MYP students worldwide celebrate their results in the IB’s 50th anniversary year
In the year that the IB celebrates 50 years of delivering education for a better world, more than 71,000 Middle Years Programme (MYP) students from around the world are receiving their results from the May 2018 examination session today. This represents a 8.87% increase compared with last year. 775 schools in 98 countries participated, and students received an average score of 32.65 points (of 56 possible maximum).
Stories of 2018 DP graduates and how they learned to make sense of the world
Three students, Adriana Magli, Francesco Lasagna and Andrea Barletta, discuss how the IB Diploma Programme (DP), which provides entry to the best universities in the world, works. As Dr Siva Kumari, Director General of the IB, explains: “Its strengths are student-centredness, international-mindedness, and rigorous assessment”. This article was published in Italian in the Corriere della Sera newspaper, following Dr Kumari's visit to the British School of Milan (BSM) in June.