Ten graduates featured by IB World Magazine for leading in their fields and building a better world for generations ahead.
How a teacher’s advice at IB graduation inspired filmmaker Avantika Hari to break boundaries with her work.
The IB influenced Maya Krishnan to successfully connect two unlikely subjects as she headed to Oxford University, UK in 2015.
Coral Gables High School graduate Darryl Sharpton was featured in May 2011 when the giant Houston Texans linebacker was taking the NFL by storm.
IB programmes gave high-flying scientist Divya Nag the courage to follow her dreams.
One of the first people in the world to study the IB Diploma Programme, at the International School of Geneva in 1971, you would expect Shanta Devarajan to be highly principled. What’s particularly inspiring is just how he has put those principles into practice, working to end extreme poverty.
From the archives: Dan Clark, International College Spain, was featured by IB World magazine in May 2012 while he was preparing for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Jessica Misener, Fort Myers High School in Florida, USA, was featured in September 2015 for turning a love of writing and editing into an online media career with BuzzFeed.
From the archives: IB World magazine regularly highlights graduates of the IB Diploma Programme. Tom Adams was featured in September 2011 for his role in establishing Rosetta Stone as a leading language software.
Dr Abiodun Williams grew up in an environment where the value of education was constantly emphasized. This helped inspire his ambitious career path and led him to become the first President of The Hague Institute for Global Justice.
To support the next step in the education of the class of 2016, we asked Diploma Programme graduates to offer advice on making the most of the first semester at university. Here is what they had to say.
From the archives: IB World magazine regularly highlights graduates of the IB Diploma Programme. Julie Payette, United World College (UWC) of the Atlantic in Wales, UK, was featured in January 2010.
IB World investigates how the IB Career-related Programme (CP) is helping students reach their full potential, while providing a solution to future job market needs Combining academic subjects with personal interests and skills could be the secret recipe to success that helps students thrive in their careers. Take Greenfield Community School in Dubai for example. […]
IB Diploma Programme alumnus Levent Ozan completed his university studies at Boston University. His IB coursework inspired a passion for history, economics, and political science and shaped his current career interests.
After completing the IB programme in Nigeria, Lilian has studied abroad in the UK and is currently working towards a PhD in international business. She discusses how her IB background help her be prepared to study abroad and be successful in a rigorous academic programme.