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Graduate destinations

Leading International School, Dwight London is excited to share our outstanding results from the 2023 Diploma Programme!

 

The unique nature of the International Baccalaureate opens doors to a diverse range of courses and universities around the world. Given the nature of the early results, compared with those of A’ Levels in the UK, our students can now prepare with certainty over what they will be doing next year.

The International Baccalaureate at Dwight fosters students who develop an excellent breadth and depth of knowledge and flourish physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically. This provides more opportunities for our students to secure places at a diverse range of university destinations; they include:

  • Noah who will be studying Computer Science at the University of St. Andrews
  • Natalie who will be studying Linguistics at UCL
  • Daamitha who will be studying Biomedical Science at King's College London
  • Nikhil who will be studying at his chosen destination of the University of California, Irvine.

The results saw an average score of 35 which puts us above the global and UK average score. 20% of the students entered for the Diploma scored over 40 points (the equivalent of 3 A*s at A Level), with our highest scoring students achieving a fantastic score of 42. These results build on Dwight School London's status as an ISI rated school of excellence. We are a non-selective international school and everyone at Dwight School London is incredibly proud of the IB Diploma results from our Graduating class of 2023.

Nikhil, a graduating student, said, “I felt relief when I saw my results, but overall very proud of the work I had done to get these amazing grades. I am closing this chapter of my school life with great accomplishments and heading to California (UC Irvine) knowing that the IB will give me course credits that will put me above and beyond my non-IB peers. 

“My 7 in higher level history and total score of 36 is something that I am immensely pleased with and I will sincerely look back on fondness of my time spent in the Diploma Programme. Supportive teachers and classmates really contributed to these results!”

Chris Beddows, Head of School, says, "I am very proud of our graduating students who have worked incredibly hard over the past two years and fully deserve to enjoy their summer in the knowledge they’ll be going onto some of the world’s most outstanding universities. 

“Our Class of 2023 students have benefitted from an outstanding education at Dwight during which time they have also developed life skills which will ensure they are also well prepared for future successes. I wish them the very best in their future endeavours!”

The results in full:

  • 4 students with bilingual diplomas
  • The top individual score was 42
  • The average point score was 35

 

Dwight School London IB Diploma Results

Year Dwight Average Dwight Highest World Average Dwight Pass Rate Bilingual Diplomas
2023 35 42 30 94% 4
2022 37 43 32 94% 6
2021 38 45 33 100% 5
2020 35 41 31 96% 6
2019 33 44 30 90% 7

 


Dwight graduates gain admission to the finest universities in the world. We provide students with expert advice and resources to help guide them through every step of the university admissions process. Dwight London also makes use of the expertise of Dwight New York’s college guidance counsellor for students applying to North American universities.The IB is recognised as one of the world’s most rigorous courses of study, providing Dwight students with a distinct advantage in the admissions process:

‘IB students are more likely than their A-Level peers to attend a top twenty university in the UK and receive a first-class honours degree.’
The Higher Education Statistics Agency


Hear from our alumni


Our recent graduates have gone onto the following universities:

UK universities:

  • Oxford University - Law, Engineering
  • UCL - Medicine, Chemical Engineering, History and Philosophy, Psychology
  • King’s College London - Spanish and Management, Economics
  • University of Exeter - International Relations, Conservation and Environmental Science
  • The University of Edinburgh - International Relations, Ancient and Medieval History
  • City University of London - Economics with accounting
  • SOAS University of London - History of Art, Political and International Relations, Development Studies and Arabic
  • University of Bristol - Spanish and Portuguese
  • Queen Mary University of London - History
  • Lancaster University - Law
  • Royal Holloway, University of London - International Business Management
  • University of Westminster - Journalism, Business Management (Finance)
  • University of Arts London - Game design, Media and Society
  • University of Nottingham - Design, Veterinary Science
  • Liverpool John Moores - Forensic Science
  • Swansea University - Genetics
  • University of Dundee - Law; with Oil and Gas Law
  • University of Brighton - Marketing Management with a placement year, International Business Management
  • University of Kent - International Business with a year abroad
  • Goldsmiths, University of London - Music
  • University of Aberdeen - Philosophy and Politics
  • Bournemouth University - Art Foundation
  • University of Essex - Criminology
  • Northumbria University - Psychology

International universities:

  • Boston University, USA
  • Northeastern University, USA
  • University of California, Santa Cruz, USA 
  • McGill University, Canada
  • Hitotsubashi University, Japan
  • Keio Business School, Japan
  • Kobe City University, Japan
  • Kyoto University, Japan
  • Sophia University, Japan 
  • Tokyo University, Japan
  • Waseda University, Japan
  • Yokohama National University, Japan
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  • Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
  • Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands