Finest set of IB Diploma scores see Regents graduates head to highly-rated universities worldwide


Regents’ graduates have translated their record-breaking year for IB Diploma results into places at an impressive array of prestigious universities around the world. Over 30 of these graduates have taken up places at universities this autumn, with a further 10 taking ‘gap’ years before proceeding to higher education.

British universities are well-represented, including University College London, Kings College London and the Universities of Warwick, Leeds and Nottingham. Mainland European destinations have also proven popular, with students heading to the top-ranked universities of Geneva, Maastricht, Erasmus (Rotterdam), and Aachen. Regents’ students have also shown themselves very capable of competing for places at leading North American universities.

Daria (centre) with her parents scored 42 points in the IB Diploma and will now study Architecture.Daria (centre) with her parents scored 42 points in the IB Diploma and will now study Architecture.

Regents attracts a diverse range of students, and this is reflected in the range of degree courses they have been accepted to study: Medicine, Aerospace Engineering, European Law, Architecture, Journalism, International Relations, Film Studies and Drama, Medical Physiology, Chemical Engineering, Interior Design, Computer Information Technology and more.

“Their IB results broke school records and their university destinations are well-deserved,” said Head of Secondary School, Garry Russell of this year’s graduates, “but the teachers here will first-and-foremost remember them as outstanding young men and women who left a positive mark on this school. They will undoubtedly have just as positive an influence on the university communities they are joining.”