The British International School Budapest Graduation Ceremony 2018

  • 4 Jun 2018 2:56 PM
The British International School Budapest Graduation Ceremony 2018
BISB's largest ever International Baccalaureate (IB) class celebrated their time as part of the school's community with a fitting ceremony at the Intercontinental Budapest, on Saturday 26 May.

Click here to see a photo gallery of the event

The event was attended by 300 guests, teachers and pupils, with the guest of honour and speaker at the event being Ms Caitlin Jones, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Budapest.


Ms Jones (pictured above) gave a thought provoking, humble and entertaining speech before giving out the graduation certificates to each student.

Guests were also entertained during the musical interlude by Hanyi Zhu, a Year 12 student.


After the ceremony,  families, students and friends enjoyed a drinks reception.

BISB wishes graduates well for their future.



Click here to visit The British International School Budapest online


Photos by Marcus Schirrmacher-Gavallér 

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