We are delighted to announce another strong year for IB Diploma results at ISL London.
We are delighted to announce another strong year for IB Diploma results at ISL London. The average total points for IB Diplomas awarded was 32, placing ISL graduates again significantly above the 2016 IB world average of 30 points. The average grade awarded to IB Diploma students in all subjects was 5.1, again significantly above the IB 2016 world average at 4.8. Fully 30% of students gained 35 or more points in their IB Diploma. This year's highest score was 43 points, a total achieved by only 0.5% of students internationally.
Of the IB Diplomas awarded to ISL students, 70% were for bilingual diplomas. A bilingual diploma is awarded when a student studies two languages at ‘mother tongue’ level (in group 1 language and literature) or when a student studies a mother tongue that is not English. This compares to 23% of bilingual diplomas awarded globally by the IB in 2016, and is continued testament to our success in supporting multilingualism in the IB Diploma.
Universities will confirm offers of place over the next few weeks, but already ISL graduates have confirmation they have met conditions of offer for study at universities worldwide, including:
Civil Engineering at Imperial College London
Medicine at Barts and The London School of Medicine, Queen Mary University of London
Civil Engineering at University College London
Global Health and Social Medicine at King’s College London
Sociology at Bath University, UK
Law at Exeter University, UK
Law at Birmingham University, UK
Parson’s School of Design, New York
West Virginia University, USA with option to major in Engineering and Music
Computer Science at Cardiff University, Wales
Computer Science at Hull University, UK
Economics at City University, London
Management at City University, London
International Politics and Sociology at City University, London
International Business and Management at Newcastle University
International Business Administration at Hult International Business School, London
Foundation Art and Design at the City and Guilds School of Art, London
As some students will request re-marks, results could improve still further throughout the summer.
We at ISL London IB Diploma College would all like to congratulate the class of 2017 for their hard work and impressive achievements!