2014 Graduates from SABIS® Network Schools Accepted at Top Universities

Feb 2015 #Academics

Year after year, SABIS® Network schools report on the academic and personal accomplishments of their students.  Member schools are praised for the strength of their external examination results, and their students are recognized for their commitment to giving back to the local and global communities through service initiatives.  As a network of schools that implements a non-selective admissions policy and sets out to get nearly every student accepted into college or university, a long list of acceptances to many of the world’s top universities is also among its annual accomplishments.

SABIS® Network schools graduated 1,660 students from 25 schools in the spring of 2014.  These students earned acceptances to 568 different colleges and universities in 39 countries around the world, with the majority located in the U.S. and the U.K. 

Further contributing to the strength of the graduates’ accomplishment is the fact that 97 of the world’s top 200 universities as identified by the U.K. Times Educational Supplement accepted 2014 graduates from SABIS® Network schools. These top tier universities include those from the U.K. Russell Group as well as the U.S. Ivy League.

SABIS® Network schools seek to prepare students with the knowledge and skills needed to gain admission to the college or university of their choice. By providing students with an edge for the future, SABIS® Network schools prepare them to secure success in the future, both at university and beyond.

To download the full list of SABIS® 2014 university offers and acceptances, visit University Acceptances.  For more info on SABIS®, visit

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