IB Exam Results

Congratulations to Haut-Lac’s Class of 2017 on their excellent IB Diploma Results!

The Directors of Haut-Lac International Bilingual School congratulate students and staff on the success of the Class of 2017 in their International Baccalaureate examinations. One-fifth of the  candidates chose to sit for a Bilingual Diploma. The results breakdown of the 33 (out of 34) successful candidates is as follows:

  • 9% of the students gained 40 points and over out of the 45 point maximum.
  • 33% of the class gained 35 points or more.
  • An impressive 70% of  students gained over 30.0 points, which was the worldwide average examination score in 2016.
Entry Date No. of candidates No.achieving Diploma % age pass rate Mean Score Highest Score Type of Diploma
Bilingual English French
May 2006 8 7 87.5 28.6 31 3 4
May 2007 9 9 100 31.3 36 6 3
May 2008 10 10 100 31.2 39 9 1
May 2009 20 20 100 29.9 41 7 10 3
May 2010 23 21 91 33.5 44 13 7 1
May 2011 28 28 100 31.5 39 16 12 0
May 2012 25 22 88 30.9 43 9 13 0
May 2013 32 30 94 30.1 44 9 23 0
May 2014 35 31 89 32.1 41 9 22 0
May 2015 36 35 93 35.75 44 9 26 0
May 2016 40 39 98 34.3 43 16 24 0
May 2017 34 33 97 33.0 43 6 27 0
Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Universities of Aberystwyth, Anglia Ruskin at Bath Spa University
Cambridge, Bath, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, University Creative Arts, Canterbury
Chichester, Derby, East Anglia, Edinburgh, Exeter, Duchy College, Cornwall
Glasgow, Greenwich, Hertfordshire, Huddersfield, European School of Osteopathy
Hull, Kent at Canterbury, Kingston-upon-Thames, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh
Lancaster, Leicester, London (Imperial College, King’s John Moores University, Liverpool
College, SOAS, University College), Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University
Newcastle, Northumbria, Oxford Brookes, St Andrews, Norland College, Bath
Southampton, Stirling, Surrey, Teesside, York. Queen’s University, Belfast
University of Abertay, Dundee St. Martin’s College of Art, London
The Arts University College Bournemouth University of Western England Bristol
Switzerland United States, Canada and elsewhere
Universities of Berne, Lausanne, St. Gallen University of California at Santa Barbara
Università de la Svizzera italiana, Lugano EI School of Professional Make-Up, Los Angeles
USI Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio Tufts University, Massachusetts
EPFL Lausanne University of Minnesota (Duluth)
HEC, St. Gallen and Geneva Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey
Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne Rochester Institute of Technology, New York
Ecole de Multimédia et d’Art de Fribourg University of North Carolina
Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne (ECAL) Wake Forest University, North Carolina
Centre Doret, Vevey Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Theatre Studies in Geneva Concordia College, Texas
Geneva Design School University of Vermont
Les Roches Hotel School in Sierre Tyndale University College, Toronto, Canada
IPGL – L’Ecole supérieure en éducation de l’enfance, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto
Lausanne University of Toronto, Ontario
Haute Ecole de la Santé La Source, Lausanne Nipissing University, Ontario
Glion Hotel School Université de Sherbrooke Quebec
European University, Montreux McGill University, Montreal
Rest of Europe
Institut Supérieur Européen de Gestion, Lille
Europes Economische Hogeschool, Bruxelles
University of Leuven, Belgium
Erasmus University, Rotterdam
Hotel School The Hague
Maastricht University School of Business
University of Helsinki, Finland
University of Munich
Diploma Result UCAS Tariff Higher Level Certificate UCAS Tariff Standard Level Certificate UCAS Tariff

45

720

40

611

7

130

7

70

36

523

6

110

6

59

32

435

5

80

5

43

30

392

4

50

4

27

28

348

3

20

3

11

24

260

Universities in different countries have vastly different requirements, screening procedures, and admission factors. As a result, we must limit our observations to general remarks. We recommend that students who have a particular preference for their continued education contact the university and the department of their choice directly for information about enrolment requirements. However, we can confidently say that all universities hold the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the skills its holders possess in high esteem.

Universities in the United Kingdom consider IB Diploma holders with a minimum of 24 points (the pass mark). Individual offers tend to be conditional and depend on certain grade combinations or the subjects taken at Higher and Standard Level, similar to A-Level result requirements. A grade of ‘A’ at A-Level is valued at 120 Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) tariff points. Three ‘A’ grades therefore translate into 360 UCAS tariff points. Comparisons to the IB Diploma (and individual certificate examinations if less than 6 subjects are examined) are shown in a chart below.

Swiss universities officially require 32 points from International Baccalaureate Diploma candidates. We encourage students who would like to pursue further studies at a Swiss university to work closely with their teachers on the best choices and subject combinations to maximise their chances of being admitted. Requirements vary, so close attention and individual planning is critical for success.

North American universities may award up to one whole year’s credit depending on the International Baccalaureate examinations taken.

Further information may be obtained from David Newsam, IB Diploma Programme

Coordinator Tel. +41 (0)21 555 51 80 [email protected]
See also www.ibo.org