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Another Outstanding Year of IB Results – More Stunning Results for DCSZ students

It is celebrations all round at DCSZ as the International Baccalaureate students celebrated an average points score of 36.5, with 41% of them achieving a Bilingual Diploma. An impressive 22% of students achieved 40+ points and 40% gained 38+ points. 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, Gimin attained 44 points and is going on to read Engineering Science at the National University of Singapore and Ella scored 43 points, going on to read History at the London School of Economics. Other notable successes are Alice who scored 42 points, will be reading Business Management at Seoul National University, Lewis who scored 42 points, going on to complete his Singaporean National Service, Tiffany who scored 42 points, will read Psychology at University College London and Aeron who scored 40 points, is going onto read International Business Management at Hong Kong University.

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 Fashion at the UK’s top ranked program to Commercial Airline Aviation at the top ranked program in the world. From Liberal Arts in Japan to Veterinary Medicine in Hungary, our IOAs are gaining entry to the best degrees in the world for their personal interests and needs.

"We are again left feeling immensely proud of what our students have achieved in their external examinations.  This year’s results are a tremendous tribute to the hard work of the students and their teachers. The same students have taken part in a huge range of competitive sports, dramatic productions, musical events and ensembles, community service and too many other activities to list, and yet they still make the time to excel in their academic pursuits. They never fail to amaze and impress me."

Mr Stuart Bridge, Acting Head of College