The students of International School of London (ISL) Qatar recently achieved outstanding results with ninety-eight percent pass rate in International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. Eleven students scored 36 points or higher. ISL Qatar’s top scorer, Rhea Arora, achieved 43 points followed by Jan Sedlacek with 42 points and Amatallah Aqlan with 40 points. Arora will be attending University of California, Berkeley where she will study Political Science, Sedlacek will attend University of Groningen in The Netherlands where he will study International Relations and International Organisations and Aqlan will attend Utrecht University in The Netherlands to study Literary Studies.
The ISL Qatar Class of 2018 graduates will continue their studies at the universities, including University of Bristol, University of Portsmouth, University of Leeds, University of Bristol, Queen’s University Belfast, London South Bank University, University of Leeds, Trent University, Loughborough University, University of Liverpool, University of the West of England, Bristol and British College of Osteopathic Medicine, UK; Technische Universiteit Delft, Utrecht University, University of Groningen, Maastricht University and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; University of California, Berkeley, Aviator College of Aeronautical Science & Technology, Brown University and Northwestern University, US; Toronto Film School, Dalhousie University, University of British Columbia, Trent University, Ryerson University, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Business, York University and Brock University, Canada; Istituto Europeo di Design (Italy), G Air Training Centre (Portugal), International Fashion Academy (Paris), University of Pecs (Hungary), I.E. University (Spain) University of Health Sciences (Lithuania), European Flyers (Spain) and Near East University (Cyprus), Europe; Georgetown University, University of Aberdeen, Northwestern University, Weill Cornell Medical College, Virginia Commonwealth University and Academic Bridge Programme, Qatar; along with other universities in the world.
Graduates from the ISL Qatar Class of 2018 are from 26 countries and speak 16 different languages. Twenty five percent of ISL Qatar graduates achieved bilingual diplomas.
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