Applying to UK Universities with the International Baccalaureate: The Hague

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zziin Work & Health Den Haag

10 Koningin Julianaplein

2595 AA Den Haag

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Learn about how to make a strong application to UK universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, through UCAS as an IB student.

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Join EIB Education for an evening seminar, focusing on how the International Baccalaureate and the UK university application system (UCAS) fit together. The talk will contain crucial guidance on understanding and navigating the UCAS system, and using your IB diploma to your best advantage when making your university application.

This talk will tackle many of the most frequently asked questions from current and future IB students considering applying to the UK for university. A full understanding of the UCAS process is vital in creating a strong application, and knowing how to use the academic and extra-curricular strengths of the IB to your advantage will help your profile stand out.

As IB and UK admissions experts, we are perfectly placed to answer any and all questions about using the IB to apply to university in the UK, a highly competitive and at times confusing process:

  • What exactly does a ‘UCAS’ university application consist of?
  • How do UCAS and the IB fit together?
  • Will taking 4 Higher Levels boost my application?
  • What are the deadlines for UCAS submission, and will early submission help my chances of gaining an Oxbridge place?
  • Do I need to take three sciences to study medicine?
  • What should I include in my Personal Statement?

At Elite IB Education, we have helped support over 4,000 IB students and families around the world through every stage of the International Baccalaureate, and draw from our near decade of experience and our own original research to provide the best advice and guidance to IB families. Further, as IB graduates turned IB educators ourselves, we are lucky enough to have experienced both sides of the programme, and are equipped to answer virtually any IB related question.

At each seminar we will also provide a selection of useful resources including our own IB Guide and our free entry requirements matrix, designed both for students and parents, and welcome any queries you may have about how best to provide support during your child’s IB studies or about making a successful application to top UK universities.

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