World’s Top Unis Prepare To Welcome AIS StudentsAIS Admin
AIS students will soon be heading to the world’s top universities – thanks to their IB Diploma.
Year 13 students from the Australian International School (AIS) have nearly completed their final exams for the International Baccalaureate – the world’s leading course for 16-to-18 year olds.
Many have already been offered places at prestigious universities around the world thanks to their predicted grades.
Among them are Thai Nhu Quynh Nguyen, who has been offered a place to study law at King’s College London, and has also had offers from Queen Mary University London, and Monash in Australia.
Based on her incredible artistic talents, Phuong Anh BUI (Anna), has been offered a scholarship at the The New School (Parsons School of Design), which was recently named the top art and design school in the US. Anna also received offers from the University of London (Goldsmiths), Bentley University, USA, Durham University, University of Warwick, University of Leeds, all in the UK.
Another scholarship student is Hoang Nhat Anh Phan, who will be heading to SCAD – Savannah College of Art and Design, USA.
Hoang Kim Thu Do has been offered places at University College London, King’s College London, Cardiff University, University of Sheffield, University of Loughborough, and the University of Western Australia.
Many AIS students also head to Australia to take their degrees. Several will be studying at Monash and the University of Melbourne, while others will soon be packing their bags and starting their degrees at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Sophia University in Japan.
Mark Beales, IB Diploma Coordinator, said: ‘The IB Diploma Program opens doors to the world’s leading universities. We are delighted that so many of our students have benefitted from this, thanks to their own hard work and AIS’s dedicated teachers, who have spent many hours supporting and helping students achieve their goals.
‘As well as academic excellence, IB also helps students focus on their own personal growth, and it’s been a pleasure to see these students develop into compassionate, confident, caring young people.’
Mark Beales – IB Diploma Coordinator