Grade 10 students at BWYA’s Wangjing campus got to show off the results of their school year-long personal projects to a packed greenhouse on Thursday, 7th April. →
Saman Farid ’05 is back in Beijing, working at the vanguard of China’s greener energy initiative. He graduated on the Dean’s List in 2011 from the top-ranked Albert Nerken School of Engineering at Cooper Union in New York City. He reflects here on how BWYA’s IB programmes and locally grounded, globally aware school culture helped him to succeed. →
Helen Liu ’12 is currently pursuing studies in Life Sciences at the University of Toronto, having been admitted with a scholarship. She reflects here on how her studies at BWYA helped her to succeed, and gives practical tips on choosing IBDP courses. →
Nikka Ghalili ’06 (pictured above delivering his 2005 Student Council campaign speech) fills us in on what he has been up to in the fields of biomedical engineering and computer science since graduating from BWYA.
Amelia Zhang ’11 (right, with Claire Fujita ’11) is already an award-winning artist, having recently won First Place in the Virtual Art section of the 6th Arte Laguna Prize. While at BWYA, she co-founded the Beijing-wide student-run magazine UNIT-E together with classmate Ernest Li. The magazine is still in operation, the baton constantly being passed to a new generation of students. →
Bartosz Baginski (third from left, with fellow graduates) graduated from BWYA in 2005 with his mind set on studying Aerospace engineering. He was accepted at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, a top college in this specialized field. Originally from Poland, he returned to his home country to pursue further studies and career opportunities. He shares his thoughts on how his studies at BWYA prepared him for the future. →
Bernard Liang ’12 is currently a student of Engineering at Northeastern University in Boston. He writes with a reflection on his studies at BWYA and how savvy Diploma course selection is important for students who wish to enter university two steps ahead. →
Ms. Zori Zlatinova is pleased to pass on an update from an outstanding BWYA alumnus, Milly Farid ’06, who has pursued the study of mathematics at three top universities. →