IB graduates meet UBC representative in Pechersk Campus
Business and finance, law and management, technology and medicine, information systems and personnel management – this is just a short list of the areas where a graduate with a recognised diploma has a head head start in his/her career.
The reality is that a graduate of a prestigious university with a good qualification has hundreds of opportunities and possibilities.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) from British International School opens for its students the doors to the best world universities (for more info on IB go https://www.ibo.org/programmes/diploma-programme)
This week Nadia Syskova (Associate Recruiter & Advising Officer) was doing a University presentation and Q&A session for BISU IB graduates (see photo).
Study in Canada has several advantages. Education standards meet international requirements. A diploma obtained in Canada will be appreciated in all English and French-speaking countries. The Canadian system of teaching is similar to the British one and is distinguished by a high level of specialists.
Patrick Glennon, IB programme Director at BISU: “The presentation delivered by Nadia was very informative. Our year 12 and 13 students took great interest in what Nadia had to say. Much of the information was relevant for students no matter what country or University they are considering applying to. Our students asked some good questions and Nadia was impressed by their level of engagement. I was interested to learn that University of British Columbia favours IB students because of the breadth of their education and the opportunities that they have to get involved with Creativity, Activity and Service.”
Note: The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a global centre for teaching, learning and research, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world and recently recognized as North America’s most international university. Today two major campuses in Vancouver and the Okanagan attract, nurture and transform more than 60,000 students from Canada and 140+ countries around the world (based on https://www.ubc.ca materials)