Applying for the university can make you feel like you are lost in a maze of decisions. Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Lim Hui Yuan shares her experience navigating the university admissions process. This is her third story in our graduate voices series.
We invited university admission officers to share their perspective on the International Baccalaureate. Director of Admissions at McGill University, Kim Bartlett, sits down for a Q&A with McGill’s IB expert Karen J’bari.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Leilani Stacy offers insights from her research on female entrepreneurship in Portugal during her Fulbright experience.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Rya Buckley on how writing for a blog or news outlet allows you to make connections and gain new skills.
Four Diploma Programme (DP) graduates share the value of interdisciplinary studies relating the humanities to science.
We welcome Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Rachel Tseng reflects on her experience coming to the U.S. as an international student from Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) in Singapore.
Is there a perfect solution for an ideal learning environment? Professor Pierre Dillenbourg addresses learning environments in this Q&A ahead of the European Education Festival 2020.
For its 25th International Week Festival, the International School of Aberdeen (ISA) added families from 47 countries to their community, making this year an impressive showcase on internationalism.
Students from Miras International School, Nur Sultan put on their ‘researcher’ hats and explained the importance of water using a scientific approach.
Securing a place at any university is no easy task, but Carina Cunha has three tips to help you get into any university.
During the third annual African Education Festival, Conrad Hughes will give a keynote on critical thinking in the 21st Century and why it is important not to trust everything you read online.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Tara McCook reflects on the value of being open-minded and using your IB education build a brigher future. This is her third story in our graduate voices series.
Students from Sumter High School teamed up with the Sumter Young Women’s Christian Association to raise awareness against domestic violence for the 12th year in a row.
How can you deliver your lessons in a way that all students understand? Primary Years Programme (PYP) teachers Sandra and Koko share their tips.
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Vitan Patel shares his perspective on how taking a gap year helped him find new route to pursue his passion for social justice. This is his second story in our graduate voices series.