Discover Your Path at the Top 2% of Global IB Schools in the World With Nexus IB Discovery Day This 30 November 2022
Nexus International School Malaysia is organizing an IB Discovery Day this 30 November 2022. Discover Nexus to learn everything you need to know about the IB Diploma via Taster Classes, Talks and a Subject Fair.
Updated 23 Nov 2022
Did you know that more than 140 Nexus IB Diploma graduates received scholarship offers from top universities all over the world, totalling more than USD 1 million?
This 30 November 2022 at the Nexus IB Discovery Day, explore all you need to know about studying and boarding at Nexus International School Malaysia, one of the top 2% of global IB schools in the world.
Find out more about the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programme and how it can grant you access to some of the world’s top universities including Stanford University (USA), KAIST University (Korea), University of British Columbia (Canada) and Hong Kong University. This is also your chance to speak to the leadership team at Nexus and participate in taster classes to understand what the IB curriculum is all about.
Interested? Read on for more details.
When and where?
- Date: 30 November 2022 (Wednesday)
- Time: 8.30am – 4.00pm
- Venue: Nexus International School Malaysia, Putrajaya
Why should you attend?
At Nexus IB Discovery Day, you will be able to:
- Learn about the IB Diploma programme through taster classes
- Speak to the leadership team and teachers at Nexus to find out about the school’s philosophy
- Visit the subject exhibition and listen to talks by IB teachers
Here is the detailed agenda for Nexus IB Discovery Day:
|8.30am – 1.00pm
|Taster classes for Psychology, Economics, Visual Arts, History, SEHS, Geography, Computer Science, Theatre, Film, Business Management, Music
|1.50pm – 3.30 pm
|Overview of IB Curriculum by the Head of Secondary and Head of IB
|1.50pm – 3.30 pm
|IB Subject Fair
Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Kuik (Stanford University)
Nexus alumni Andrew Kuik, a computer science student and scholarship recipient at Stanford University (USA), has raised more than RM147,000 in funds for refugees, autistic children and charitable organisations by organising charity concerts during his time at Nexus.
"Since I enjoy playing the piano and I am fairly good at it, I wanted to use my talent to help out other people, especially the underprivileged. I often compete in competitions, performing at different concerts and throughout all this, Nexus has been a huge support for me. The school has encouraged and assisted me in all my efforts of performing and organising these concerts," shared Andrew.