Putting a more international emphasis on education is not only the best way to bring people together from different social backgrounds but also people from different cultural backgrounds. Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Flora Maile Felix shares her insights on the value of an international education.
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“Internationalism means you will have more than one place you call home,” says alumnus Sofia Parunova, and that this “shouldn’t discourage anyone from traveling far from home to complete the challenge that the DP is.” Sofia reflects on studying, and now living, in an international world.
Should a grade hold you back from studying your favorite subject? When she was an IB diploma student, Regina Labardini says it never crossed her mind to major in economics at university. It was the IB subject she enjoyed most, but never her best subject when it came to papers and exams.
Joining our series featuring graduate voices, alumna Iva Martinac’s open letter to students explores her changing impressions of the IB diploma after beginning her first year at university in Roskilde, Denmark.
Aditi Babel reflects on balancing academics with her creative interests for our series featuring graduate voices. She is a medical student and author of the book Unsettled.
Alumnus Theadosia Kurniawan sits down for a conversation with fellow IB graduate Akshi Singh to look at the journey they have taken since their days in the IB Diploma Programme (DP).
For our series featuring graduate voices, alumnus Judy Chen reflects on her life as a student at Tufts University and what it means to be an international student.
IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Cynthia Claudia muses on exams, equations and the motivating role of teachers, for her second story in our series featuring graduate voices.
IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Jun-Ting Yeung dives into Theory of Knowledge (TOK) for his second story in our series featuring graduate voices.
The class of 2018 will soon be entering their first year of life after the IB diploma. These eight graduates share their best advice and inspiration for the journey ahead.
Regina Labardini joins us this year as a 2018 alumni contributor to share her experience as a Diploma Programme (DP).
While studying abroad, Halley Rose navigated the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark by bicycle. She joins us this year as an alumni contributor to share her experience since graduating from the Diploma Programme (DP).
Stephanie Stan reflects on the skills and experiences she gained during the Diploma Programme (DP) that have benefited her university studies. This is her second story in our series on graduates voices.
Joining us this year as an alumni contributor, Safinah Hidayati Hambali shares her advice for making good decisions when under stress, rather than taking the easy way out. This is her second story in our series of graduate voices.