Congratulations Class of 2022

We are proud of all our Year 13 students and how they have prepared for the future. 2022 has been an exciting year for them, as they balanced the rigorous academic curriculum with their university application process, under the careful guidance and individual support BSB provides.

For the better part of the year, they have been busy with their application procedures, including essays, motivational letters, interviews, extra examinations, online assessments and submitting their previously written work or Art portfolios.

As they prepare for their final exams, the anticipation of the transition to their future university destination sets in. The results of their hard work, dedication and preparation for the road after BSB can be seen in the multitude of offers received from many prestigious institutions all over the world, from countries like the UK, Italy, Spain, Australia, Canada and Germany.

As a result of the excellent A-Level programme available at BSB, the list of subjects chosen by our students to pursue at top universities all around the world is impressive. From Liberal Arts & Political Sciences to Engineering, Economics, Psychology and Biological Sciences, the available options allow them to follow their desired dreams at university and beyond.

Although busy with their final preparations for the road ahead, our students have taken the time from their hectic end of the year to tell us all about their application process, share their insights and celebrate together their university offers.

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Ada

Ada received multiple offers from universities in the UK & Holland and finally decided on a top...

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Andrei

Our Year 13 student, Andrei, has always been interested in better understanding the complex and...

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Radita

Radita, our Year 13 student, chose to major in economics after writing articles for the Dhaka...

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