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IBDP Results 2021

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Congratulations Class of 2021!

On July 6th, 2021, more than 170,000 International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) students across the world received their results from the May 2021 examination session. This year, our ninth year of IBDP graduates, we had 53 diploma candidates and 5 course candidates. The pass rate for our diploma candidates was 96% this year with an average of 98.2% for the past 5 years, a number far above the provisional worldwide average of 88.9% pass rate. 

BFIS average score reached 36 points and 75% of BFIS IBDP candidates scored at or above worldwide average (33 points). BFIS highest score was 45 points, and 12 students (23%) obtained 40 points or more. It is also worth mentioning that 27 BFIS IB candidates (51%) were awarded the bilingual diploma and that 10 students scored an A on their Extended Essay. Our IB results since 2013 (BFIS first IBDP cohort) are specially rewarding since BFIS is an inclusive school providing high quality education and learning support to a diverse student community. 

BFIS students from the Class 2021 have succeeded in securing places at an impressive range of colleges and universities across the world, including London School of Economics, University of St. Andrews, Durham University, University of Bath, King's College London,  Georgetown University, New York University, Duke University, and University of California Berkeley among many others. Above 80 % of our students got accepted into their first choice of college/university in 2021 (this percentage may increase when Spanish public universities acceptances are published). 

University Acceptances 2021 

The significant accomplishments of our students in such a challenging academic program are a credit to their hard work and to the efforts of our faculty and families in supporting them over the two-year course. We wish our Class of 2021 every success as they enter a new and exciting phase of their lives and education.