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International Study Center NCUK Baku, one of 50 centers around the world, the only center in Central Asia, offers university foundation programme. Start in January
On the 6th of November, Victory Day has been celebrated at BSB with great passion.
Victory Day is a public holiday in Azerbaijan that is marked on 8 November, in commemoration of Azerbaijan being the victor in the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war, officially labelled as The Patriotic War. Established by the decree of the President of Azerbaijan, dated 2 December 2020, the holiday is celebrated on the day of the capture of Shusha.
British School in Baku believes in the value of after-school activities which enhance the learning experience of students.
Therefore our team is proud to announce the opening of registration for BSB After-School Clubs for both our students and pupils from other schools. We have a pretty fantastic spectrum of activities for students of all ages to participate on the weekends in this autumn!
Today our country is marking the Day of Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
The Independence Day of Azerbaijan is the main state holiday in Azerbaijan. It is celebrated annually on October 18. On this day in 1991, the Supreme Soviet of Azerbaijan adopted a Constitutional Act on the Declaration of Independence of Azerbaijan.
Halloween is the most anticipated celebrations of the fall season for children all around the world—and it’s no different at British School in Baku. All October long we plan our decorations, posters, costumes, stock up on candy and other treats.
This week the Assembly devoted to raising Covid-19 awareness has been conducted with participation of Year 5 BV’s students in the Primary School. During the
Did you know that the word Halloween means “hallowed evening,” and was previously known to early European celebrators as All Hallows’ Eve. All Hallows’ Eve (October 31) and All Saints’ Day (November 1) both paid homage to saints. Hallows literally means saints. The name was eventually shortened to “Halloween,” which we know and love to this day.
Art club team members of the British School in Baku gained a wonderful opportunity to develop their art skills by painting amazing pictures.
During yesterday’s art session BSB’s teacher Ms. Leyla taught the pupils how to paint Flame Towers, which have become the symbol of modern Baku.
The NCUK Programme is a consortium of leading UK universities, allowing international students to study abroad, with guaranteed access to universities worldwide. Since its inception in 2019, the strength and determination of British School in Baku’s Ceo and the director of the international study center NCUK Baku, Besti Agarzayeva, has demonstrated her ability to ensure its popularity, making this programme one of the most prominent educational institutions in Azerbaijan.
Experts raise the alarm that it is urgently necessary to adjust the education system to the new conditions in the swiftly changing world. In the UK, which is known to provide the best education opportunities in the world, the process of adaptation has started long ago.
Mahmoud Huseynov is an alumnus of the British School in Baku. This year, after having successfully graduated from the University of Nottingham, one of the most prestigious higher education institutions of the world, he has decided to pursue his education in University College London, which ranks the second in the list of top Universities of the capital city of Great Britain.