Nord Anglia Education students celebrate best IB results


North Anglia pupils achieve an overall average of 36.2 points on the IB diploma

LONDON, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Nord Anglia Education, the world’s premier organization of premium international schools, today celebrated its students with outstanding results in the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma program for the 2020 academic year / 21. This year has been the best series of IB results in the history of North Anglia for overall IB average score and pass rate.

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IB exam scores soared across all schools in the Nord Anglia family with an overall average of 36.2 points. The results have been above the global average of 33.02 this year, outperforming other IB schools around the world. This is the eighth year in a row that schools in North Anglia have surpassed global average scores.

This year’s record results will see North Anglia students attend their top universities, including Cambridge, Oxford, Harvard, MIT, and Stanford.

Students in the global North Anglia family of schools also achieved an outstanding 98% pass rate, exceeding 96.9% last year and again surpassing the global average pass rate of 88. , 96%.

Record performances

The outstanding student performance (40-45 points) doubled to 29% from the previous year, with over twenty students from North Anglia receiving a perfect score of 45.

An example of a high-performing school is the British International School Ho Chi Minh City, where students averaged over 40 points, four students scored a perfect 45, and seventeen a near-perfect score 44. .

Nord Anglia is the world’s largest provider of the IB Diploma Program of all school groups, with over 1,300 students graduating from the IB this year. Recognized in more than 100 countries around the world, the IB program is one of the most beloved international study programs, well known for its breadth and academic rigor, which nurtures a global perspective and prepares students. to succeed in university and in their professional life.

Andrew Fitzmaurice, Managing Director of Nord Anglia Education, said: “We are extremely proud of the outstanding achievements of our IB students, especially in a year when the pandemic has created significant challenges. Their impressive results are a tribute to their resilience and hard work and pave the way for them to attend the best universities in the world. This year’s results are also a testament to the dedication, creativity and inspiration of our talented teachers who have ensured that our students excel in their learning. “

About Nord Anglia Education

Nord Anglia Education (NAE) is the world’s leading premium school organization, with 73 schools in 30 countries. Our schools go beyond traditional learning to deliver transformational, high-quality education to 67,000 students from kindergarten through high school. We offer several internationally recognized study programs including English Program, International Baccalaureate, Swiss Maturity, and American Program, among others.

Our global reach enables us to recruit and retain world-class faculty and provide our students with unforgettable experiences through our partnerships with world-class institutions. The Juilliard school, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and UNICEF. As a member of the NAE family, every student can connect and collaborate on our tailored Global Campus platform to bring their learning to life beyond the classroom.

Founded in 1972 in the UK, initially offering learning services such as ESL courses, NAE opened its first international school in 1992: the British School Warsaw. In the 2000s, NAE began to strategically focus on high-end international schools, with rapid growth in Asia, Americas, China and through Europe and the Middle East. In July 2019, the company moved its headquarters from Hong Kong at London.

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