Students of EIS Jumeirah are consistently challenged to reach their full potential both in and out of the classroom. Average IBDP scores consistently exceeded global averages. Mostly recently, our class of 2022, achieved an average point score of 34, far exceeding the global mean of 31.98. Our graduates are accepted at some of the world's most prestigious universities including Oxford, Stanford University, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The London School of Economics, The University of California at Berkeley, The University of Warwick, Queen Mary’s London, New York University, Warwick University, King's College London and The University of Chicago, to name a few.
Our sports teams are always highly competitive in UAE inter-school sport leagues, with many personal and school successes. In addition, our students enjoy learning through projects such as: Formula1 (F1) in schools, international STEM competitions; the Barcelona International Science Youth Challenge; World Scholar’s Cup (an international team academic programme); Think Science and Model United Nations (MUN). Furthermore, our students participate and excel in a wide number of creative pursuits in school and locally in Theatre, Visual Arts and Music.
EIS Jumeirah students work with our wider community and have received special recognition from several Dubai institutions including the Dubai Health Authority and the charitable organization, Dubai Cares.
Academic Achievement Highlights
Our recent IB DP graduates have consistently surpassed global and local averages:
Class of 2017: Average DP point score of 32 (Global Average = 30)
Class of 2016: Average DP point score of 31 (GLobal Average = 30)
Class of 2015: Average DP point score of 33 (Global Average = 29)
Class of 2014: Average DP point score of 33 (Global Average = 29)
Class of 2013: Average DP point score of 34 (Global average = 29)
In May 2022, 83 students undertook the IB Diploma Programme examinations. With an overall pass rate of 95 percent, the average IB Diploma Score for EISJ students was 34 points, once again exceeding worldwide averages. In 2022, over 10% of our students were awarded between 40 and 45 points.
120 students registered for the IB Diploma Programme examinations. All 100% of our students were awarded the Diploma. Two students achieved the perfect score of 45 points with 21 students overall achieving 40 points and above.The school's average was 35 points, once again exceeding worldwide averages.
109 EIS Jumeirah students registered for the IB Diploma Programme, 7 students completed the IB Career-related Programme. The highest Diploma score award - 43 of 45 points with 9 students achieving 40 points and above. The school’s average was 34 points, exceeding world averages. All 100% of our students were awarded the Diploma and the Career-related certificate.
110 students registered for the IBDP examinations, 9 students completed the IB Career-related Programme. The highest Diploma score awarded - 44 of 45 points with 10 students achieving 40 points and above. The school’s average is 33, higher than the global average. All 100% of our students were awarded the Diploma and the Career-related certificate.
On 28 & 29 November 2020, Team Jaguars represented our school during the inaugural virtual STEM F1 in Schools National Championship and achieved an overall third place. Congratulations to our F1 team.
Marsel Abusamra (Year 13): Team manager
Ali Abdullah Jafri (Year 13): Manufacturing Engineer
Doha Noureldin (Year 13): Marketing Executive
Dana Abodahab (Year 13): Resource Manager
Nour Noureldin (Year 13): Marketing Executive
Muhammed Zein Muneem (Year 11): Design Engineer & Graphics Designer
EISJ made history during the Yas in Schools National Event held at Yas Marina Circuit on Saturday, 26 June 2021. Compared to entering one team in 2020, this year we entered a record-breaking 4 teams:
Emirates Odyssey – Second place overall
Team Manager and Co-Design engineer
Team Alpha – Third place overall
Titan Motorsports – Seventh place overall
Turbo Motors – Ninth place overall
The following 8 students qualified for and competed in finals of the WattChamps business competition hosted by Heriot-Watt University, UK. Congratulations to those involved:
George Haddad, Aiden Tonyy, Akash Chandran, Shahmir Ahmad, Imaad Adnaan, Mallak Mansour, Natal Koleilat, Sara Al Solh
Three teams of students competed in the Hubro International Business Simulation Competition against over 200 students from around the world. Congratulations to Aanya Gupta, Hashim Soomro and Sahil Gyanchandani who finished in second place overall and Imaad Adnaan, Akash Chandran and Shahmir Ahmad who finished in fourth place.
At EIS Jumeirah, we really are proud of the opportunities we afford our students and their achievements.