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Read articles from international students across the world – and then get writing!

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International students – tell us about your world!

There are nearly 5 million young people being educated around the world in international schools. 

We have great pleasure in promoting some of the leading international schools on this website – and now we have equal pleasure in showing off some great, creative work from international school students.

For the past three years we have published World Student magazine in partnership with the Council of British International Schools (COBIS). 

It has featured excellent writing on a number of topics, exemplifying the energy, imagination and global outlook of international students.

Sadly, the current issue of the magazine will be the last to be distributed in print, but we are committed to providing a platform for young people to showcase their writing.

We will be publishing the best articles from World Student on these pages, and will also be posting original pieces sent to us.

You can also read the current, and past, issues of World Student at

So, if you're a teacher looking to showcase your students' work, or if you're a student with an article idea, please get in touch with us at

We look forward to hearing from you, and sharing your work!

To read latest articles, click 'Find out more' in the slider above, or see the posts below:

Building a global network of friends, by Daniel Quigora, a student at EU Business School's Munich campus.

Why I left Norway to study in England – and what I have learned, by Marie Rimolsønning, an IB student at EF Academy Oxford.

'Moving to London was one of the best decisions I ever made', by Yea Won Youn, a student at the London School of Economics.

Read winning entries in the 2017 COBIS Poetry Competition

What the IB taught me, and how I settled in a new country, by Martina Ghinetti, a former student of Impington Village College and current student at SOAS University of London.

The challenge of the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification), by Badrika Bahadur, a Sixth Form student at The Alice Smith School, Malaysia.