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Outstanding IB Results for Dulwich College Suzhou Class of 2016

September, 2016
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dulwich-suzhou-graduatesIt is congratulations all round at Dulwich College Suzhou as the International Baccalaureate (IB) students celebrated an average points score of 36 with a 100% pass rate. An impressive 12.5% of students achieved 40+ points and 33% gained 38+ points. This year’s IB Diploma results demonstrate great achievements across the curriculum. As the Head of School, Stuart Bridge commented, "I am especially pleased to see such impressive scores, with so many students significantly surpassing their predicted grades at IB as indicated by their IGCSE results and teachers. These results firmly establish Dulwich Suzhou as the best performing international school in Suzhou." Excellent results across Dulwich College Beijing, Dulwich College Shanghai and Dulwich College Suzhou put the Dulwich group amongst the top performing IB schools in the world.

Amongst a host of individual successes, Clara Johansson attained the maximum of 45 points, an outstanding achievement. She will be going on to read Medicine at Semmelweiss University (Hungary). Other notable successes are Hyeong Jin Kim, who scored 43 points, going onto read Economics at Hong Kong University, and Chelsea Zaunmayr who scored 40 points, going onto read Biomedical Science at Hong Kong University.

The strength of the language programs was also reflected by the 37.5% of students who earned a Bilingual Diploma, successfully completing their Language A in Korean, Chinese or French.

Other International Old Alleynians – the vast majority of whom have won places at their first-choice university – are moving on to study degrees ranging from Engineering to Architecture, Art to Music Technology, and Computer Engineering to Economics.

 

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