Around 60% of previous graduates went to US top 30-100 universities. 30% of them made to UK top 20, Canada top 10 or Australia top 10 universities. Majors applied include Music, Sports, Economics, and Computer Science etc. There have also been some world top 30 universities such as Loughborough University and University of Edinburgh, and some of the best ones in their professional fields like University of the Arts London and Berklee College of Music.
List of the University Acceptances (Part)
The United States
Art Center College of Design
Berklee College of Music
George Washington University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Maryland Institute College of Art
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
School of Visual Arts
The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Massachusetts Amherst
The United Kingdom
Queen Mary University of London
Royal Northern College of Music
UAL central saint martins
University College London
University of Bath
University of Birmingham
University of East Anglia
University of Edinburgh
University of Liverpool
University of Nottingham
University of Reading
University of Southampton
University of the Arts London—LCC
University of Warwick
Simon Fraser University
University of Carleton
University of Toronto
Bocconi University (Italy)
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University （Hongkong, China）
Tsinghua University (China)
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
What our graduates say...
S. Wang: G12 Graduate Representative
I was speaking with my Chinese teacher on the phone at 10pm for over an hour two days before the Chinese New Year holiday to for my paper. I was also spending days with my music teacher on studying Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. All the papers, deadlines and everyday speech and assessments, especially at the end of last year when college application clashed with many graduation-related deadlines, I once thought of giving up...
Throughout school and everyday life, we come across and do many things. Some we wish we had never done. Some we wish we could replay a million times in our heads. But they all make us who we are and shape every detail about us. Our class was one of a kind and I’m sure to miss you all but I’m so grateful for sharing these moments and getting to know you all individually the past two years.
A. Gray: G12 Graduate Representative
Dr Seuss once said, “Always remember you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think and twice as beautiful as you’ve ever imagined.” I want you take this quote with you as you go through this next chapter of your life, remind yourself these things when you think life is too hard. Enjoy your middle and high school days, take every opportunity thrown at you, make friends and try to find the positives in every situation finally in everything you do, do it at the best of your ability not anyone else ability or expectations, because at the end of the day you are living your life with your own dreams and goals not someone else’s.
For two years I did what I could to study, to participate activities and DP. I have succeeded with glorious honor, and have failed for childish mistake too. Today I look back my time with BIBS and DP, it was meaningful, unique and fantastic.
Brad: College of Mechanical Engineering, University of Berkeley (full scholarship)
'BIBS nurtured me in an imperceptible way. I have developed my thinking and vision so naturally and I'm ready for my study and life abroad.'
J. He: University of Washington (Double degree)
'From G3 to G12, BIBS has been comprehensive and tolerant. The IB system develops multi- cultural talents and BIBS cares about every one of us.
L. Xu: Berklee College of Music
'It's been a grateful 12 years with BIBS and I have learnt so much that would help my life in the future. Thank you everyone in the BIBS family!'
Y. Dai: University of Toronto
'4 years at BIBS was fast yet full of achievements. I have learnt not only the knowledge but also precious qualities for my future.'
Paola: University of Edinburgh
'Our dreams have come true – I received my very first university admission letter, and I look forward to my very best future.'