After more than 50 years, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is still providing an exceptional education to students all over the world. We are thrilled to see that this has been consistently true at EF Academy.
This year marks a personal best for the IB results from all of our campuses. Worldwide, the average IB pass rate is 78%, so with EF Academy’s average among all three campuses being 84% this year and an outstanding 43 points as the highest score, EF Academy students have had exceedingly strong results.
We are immensely proud of our IB students who can not only look forward to attending some of the best-ranked universities in the world but can walk into the next chapter of their lives feeling confident and well-prepared.
Top IB scores
Siheng Yang (New York) was our top-scorer with 43 points. He will be attending Emory University (ranked 21st by US News and World Report’s Best Colleges and National Universities).
Jet Hayden (Oxford) was the joint top-scorer in Oxford with 42 points. This places Jet in the top 4.5% of IB candidates worldwide.
Ana-Julia Tento Bezerra (Oxford) was the other top-scorer in Oxford with 42 points. She will be studying Medicine at the University of Leeds (#11 in the UK).
Emily Törner (Oxford) scored an impressive 41 points and can expect to decide between several offers from universities.
Boudicca Mahaseth (Oxford) scored 41 points and can expect to decide between outstanding universities and career options.
Cosima Kozka (Torbay) has scored 40 points and will go on to attend SOAS University of London to study International Relations and Development.
Giorgio Cappuccinelli (Oxford) has scored 40 points and can expect to decide between outstanding universities and career options.
Rolcy Dave Mar Vasquez Rubio (New York) scored 39 points. He is undecided on his choice between University College London (ranked 8th in the world by QS World University Rankings) and the University of Toronto.
Aruzhan Kani (Oxford) scored 39 points and with an interest in psychology, will be studying at the University of Toronto (ranked 1st in Canada) in the fall.
Eun Seok Bae (New York) scored 38 points on the IB Diploma and will be attending The University of California, Berkeley (ranked 4th US News & World).
Nhi Yen Dang (New York) scored 38 points and will be attending Carnegie Mellon University (ranked 21st by US News & World’s Best Colleges and National Universities).
Yang Zilang (Torbay) scored 38 points and will go to the University of St. Andrews (#3 in the UK) to study International Relations.
While this list only reflects a small glimpse of the brilliance seen in our students worldwide, we are deeply proud of the hard work and dedication from each student in the IB program and beyond. We can’t wait to see what’s next for each and every one of you.