ISL graduates average 34 points, with more than two-thirds achieving an IB bilingual diploma. International School of London class of 2019 achieved an average score of 34 points (of a possible 45 points) in recent International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma exams. This is a great achievement and above the worldwide average of 29.8.
“These results are especially impressive when you consider that most of the students are taking the courses and exams in a language which is not their mother tongue, ".
Following these outstanding results, all ISL students have secured places at their first or second choice university.
In the UK, students will be studying at the universities of Anglia Ruskin, Bournemouth, Central Lancashire, Falmouth, Greenwich, Kent, Kingston, London Metropolitan, Manchester, Oxford and Surrey. Our graduates have also secured places at Central St Martin’s University of the Arts, Imperial College, Glasgow School of Art, Regent’s College, SOAS and University College Birmingham.
Other ISL students will be taking up places at Institut d'Etude des Relations Internationales (ILERI) in France and University of Milano-Bicocca in Italy.
Their chosen courses include aerospace engineering, architecture, art and design, biomedical science, computer science, electrical and electronic engineering, film production, game design, geology, history and international relations, international business, law, marine biology, mechanical engineering, politics and economics and sports management.
ISL switches to virtual learning
In response to the continued efforts to contain and minimise the spread of Covid-19, we have decided to close the school premises from 16th March onwards.
From Tuesday, 17th March, we will fully engage our online learning plans to continue our high-quality teaching and learning remotely.
This is a precautionary measure as our top priority remains the safety and wellbeing of our community.