This image of a university placement bulletin board at Tashkent International School (TIS is a relatively small school) vividly illustrates a trend we have been following for the past few years—more students matriculating at an ever-expanding array of universities, many of which are outside North America and the United Kingdom. One can call this phenomenon the “rise of the rest” as non-Ivy/Oxbridge and non-American universities elevate their global standing. We think the trend is something independent and international schools should embrace and cheerlead as it reflects more students finding the higher education option that best suits them.
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