Where are they now? We caught up with Carmen to see where the European Baccalaureate has taken her.
Welcome to ESH’s Alumni network
Class of 2022 students are now invited to sign up!
As an ESH Alumni member, you'll play a valuable role in our school community. By using your European Baccalaureate diploma to build the bridge between our school, international universities and the corporate world, your achievements are an example to our current students, demonstrating what ESH graduates can achieve.
Alumni members continue to feel connected to and supported by ESH, long after leaving our school. The Alumni network will contribute to your continued personal and professional development through access to online resources, advice, careers events, invitations to reunion events with your classmates and networking functions to expand your professional network. Alumni members will also be invited to become mentors to our current students and be given the opportunity to contribute to the running of the alumni network.
Join the ESH Alumni to keep in touch with us, so we can support you, and celebrate your future successes.
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Where has the European Baccalaureate taken our Alumni members?
Max, Class of 2020
Thanks to the support of ESH, I've been able to follow my passion for Paleontology and now have the opportunity to pursue it at the University of Bristol, a pioneering university in this subject. I'm hoping to possibly become a university professor/researcher in the subtopic of Paleoclimatology, a science that focuses on the study of past climates, which is particularly useful to better understand the causes and effects of our current global warming.
Taja, Class of 2020
I will be going to the Utrecht University to study Global Sustainability Science.
Mark, Class of 2020
My aims for the future are to graduate History at UCL with distinction. My further studies, a Master in Economics or History which hopefully could be carried out in some of the Ivy League universities or possibly Oxbridge if I graduate with distinction from UCL. The career path I would like to follow would be either a history professor at university or secondary history teacher as well as possibly become invested in research.
Laura, Class of 2020
I am going to university of Groningen to study Physics. I am not too sure about my future profession just yet, but I would love to participate in research projects and development and progress of physics in the fields of astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology.
Irena, Class of 2019
I am enrolled at the University of Maastricht as a European Law student. I plan on finishing my Master's degree in the UK, as well as completing the LPC exam. Ideally, I would like to practice law as in several European countries.
Julia, Class of 2019
I attend the Erasmus University in Rotterdam where I study an International Bachelor of Economics and Business Economics. Once I am done with my studies I hope to work in an international company hopefully one day as a manager.
Alumni Europae ASBL
The European Schools also have an alumni network, and as a graduate of a European School, you can join their alumni too. Alumni Europae wants to unite and reunite former students, as well as parents, teachers and staff from all European Schools, by putting like-minded people in touch on a social and professional level.
Whether you are a student, former student, teacher or parent of a student at the European school, you are welcome to register on their site.
Get in touch with us and tell us where you are, what you’re studying, and what you’ve learnt along the way.
After a challenging year for all students, European Commissioner, Johannes Hahn, shared this video message.
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