International School 33 prepares students for major universities and foreign schools

IS33 supports its students for their post-baccalaureate orientation

Students from IB (International Baccalaureate®) world schools have an advantage in their post-baccalaureate orientation . In fact, their training allows them to make wider choices when it comes to universities and colleges.

The educational team’s mission is to meet the expectations of their students in their choice of higher education by guiding and preparing them.

It is about helping students to make relevant choices based on their sensitivity and deep aspirations.

The bond which is created with the pupils allows this support and brings positive results for the development of the young citizen which will be accomplished in his future studies and the career which will result from it.

A student can thus apply for prestigious universities like Harvard or Oxford in a realistic way since he will be prepared by a specialized team to achieve his goal.

Success always comes when an opportunity meets preparation .

⸻ Albert Einstein

IS33 offers personalized support from the fourth year (MYP 3)

The keys to success when entering prestigious universities

From the fourth grade (MYP 3 – middle years program year 3), students from International School 33 who wish are guided towards an intensive and personalized preparation program.

By applying for the most prestigious universities, students are prepared and receive a daily preparation plan supervised by the teachers and referent preparers:

  • Personalized coaching by an experienced professional.
  • Intensive courses to prepare for: TOEFL, PSAT, SAT and ACT **
  • Accessible from 4th grade depending on English level.

** TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) – PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test) – SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) – ACT (American College Test)

The IB diploma, which is particularly recognized in all higher education institutions around the world , validates academic excellence and a particularly wide possibility of choice of higher education for students.