News about IB students
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.
IB students around the world celebrate their results during the IB’s 50th anniversary
In the year that the IB celebrates 50 years of delivering education for a better world, 165,752 students receive their Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) results today, joining a community of more than 1,7 million lifelong learners. This year’s students achieved an average diploma score of 29.78 points.
This is #generationIB
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we invite IB students of all ages to join an online event between now and 21 September, working locally or in global groups to showcase the ways they are working to find solutions for humanity's greatest challenges. This is #generationIB.
World Poetry Day in the IB community
To mark World Poetry Day on 21 March we are sharing five poems written by IB students and teachers across the world.
IB results day: students worldwide celebrate grades
More than 16,000 Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) students around the world are due to receive their results from the November 2017 examination session. This marks a 17% increase in students sitting the exams. This rise comes as a result of continued collaboration with partners across the world who share the IB mission to create a better world through education.