As the summer comes to an end, everybody is taking advantage of back to school sales, reading back to school blogs, and chuckling at back to school memes on Facebook. But for leaders in university admissions, back to school often means organizing staff training sessions, and putting newly trained admissions officers on the road. Around […]
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The EE is a living and breathing conduit to create, synthesize and disseminate knowledge. It allows students to really take their passions and form that into a scholarly research document. Now what?
Rachelle Bernadel is the IB’s University Relations Administrator at the IB Global Centre in Bethesda, MD, USA. She is also an IB graduate of Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland. Happy New Year everyone! It has been a while since I last posted and there is so much I want to catch you up on! […]
Marie Vivas is the IB Americas University Relations Manager. She has overall responsibility for university recognition in the Americas region, working closely with admissions professionals counseling university bound students. It’s been a couple of weeks since I attended NACAC’s 71st Annual Conference. As always, I come back from this conference inspired by the great work […]
Rachelle Bernadel is the IB’s University Relations Administrator at the IB Global Centre in Bethesda, MD, USA. She is also an IB graduate of Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland. The Good News Letter is a resource created by the University Relations team at the International Baccalaureate. It is sent out every other month to […]
The 2015 Conference topped last year’s event by hosting over 1900 attendees selling out 2 weeks before the conference. The Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers facility and staff was gracious enough to host our conference allowing participants to enjoy the amazing architecture and food of this unique city.
The CP framework allows students to specialize in, a career-related pathway. CP students take at least two Diploma Programme courses, pursue their career-related studies and fulfill the distinctive CP core requirements.
This past week I attended my first American Association of Collegiate Registrar and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.
Counselors, you are often the bedrock of a student’s intellectual and personal development during the secondary years and your influence during this delicate time is essential.
During the peak of assessment season, students oftentimes cannot comprehend the importance that their IA has in the larger picture. However, IAs have comparable importance in determining the final scores that are documented on an IB transcript.