BIS ALUMNI

The Bishkek International School is very proud of its diverse community, its students, and Alumni. The BIS Alumni body is counting around 40 graduates successfully graduated from the International Baccalaureate Program in BIS. Some of them are currently studying in more than 20 universities and colleges around the world, and others working full time and achieving great results in their working environment.
We welcome each and every Alumni, former BIS Families to join us, stay in touch and support our friendly community.

University placement and acceptance

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Share BIS Experience

What kind of advice would you give to current DP students to successfully complete the IB program?

Maybe just study, even those topics, that you think are not going to be on an exam, because they probably will be.

Alina

Class of 2019

To always think about time management and keep the dedication of trying to get a better score for everything.

Kaito

Class of 2018

DO NOT PROCRASTINATE, keep all documents and files organized

Leo

Class of 2018

You have the resources. Appreciate them. Just put some work and you are going to do well.

Azamat

Class of 2019

Do not procrastinate. Follow your passion. Write your EE in the topic that you have a genuine interest in.

Temirkul

Class of 2019

Sometimes you do have to make sacrifices. You can't do everything you want all the time. Put your phone done, turn off the TV, close Youtube and study. You have to put in hard work in order to get the results.

Mackenzie

Class of 2019

To plan ahead and to stick with the schedule. Also choose your subjects wisely

Seojun

Class of 2019

Concentrate and prioritize

Dastan

Class of 2019

Share your three life hacks with the current BIS seniors to successfully enter a college?

No such thing as life hacks. Life is all about hard work, there are no shortcuts. Nothing is truly easy, everything is difficult, which is why it's very important for you to do what you love; otherwise you'll lead a miserable life.

Temirkul

Class of 2019

Prepare(thinking) early, research a lot about the college, apply early

Kaito

Class of 2018

Don’t stress, get bed sheets, enjoy the first week(afterwards it gets hard)

Dastan

Class of 2019

Apply early, really work a lot for CV,ask teachers to review your application

Leo

Class of 2018

I have just one advice. If you need something, it's better to ask for it again

Alina

Class of 2019

1) Do your work before the deadline. Do not wait until the night before to do it. Do not procrastinate. 2) Friendships look different in college. Be open and accepting to new people and friends that come into your life. 3) Find a routine. Make yourself a weekly schedule and stick to it. Schedule study time but also fun time.

Mackenzie

Class of 2019
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