Posted 28/03/2018 10:00
International School Basel Alumnus, Erik Blommers, has been busy working as a graphic designer in the music industry since graduation and more recently, founding a company making the first Swiss headphone brand. We interviewed Erik recently about his experiences at ISB and the challenges and opportunities in designing a new product in a highly competitive market.
Posted 23/01/2018 15:30
In the summer of 2017, the contemporary ballet piece "Besessen" was performed for the first time. The planning for the event began over a year before when two friends began talking about a project together where one choreographs and the other writes the music. During the next five months, two International School Basel Alumni, Simon V. ('16) and Paul S. ('17), came together to compose the music and on 30 June 2017, "Besessen" celebrated its official opening night.
Posted 25/09/2017 14:00
Congratulations to ISB alum, Selina von Jackowski ('15) and her 4x100m Relay team for winning Gold at the 29th Summer Universiade - 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan! Read more about Selina and her personal journey to Track & Field success.
Posted 07/08/2017 13:17
Recent alum and world-class fencer, Valentina Bos, shares her story about her time at ISB, fencing and her future plans.
Posted 22/06/2017 17:19
Charlotte Kohn (Class of 2012) just completed her 5 years of study at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS). Now she returned to ISB and run the same course she had attended as a student 6 years ago.
Posted 21/06/2016 14:43
More than 100 MYP5 students and 25 DP1 students were recently treated to a wonderful learning experience featuring ISB alumnus (2005), Martin Gejrot. While meeting with students, Martin was able to bring the complex process of UN intervention, DDR, post-conflict transformation and humanitarian law to the level of understanding of secondary school students.
Posted 03/06/2016 09:50
If you watch the BBC News Channel, you may have recently seen Josie Cox, financial and business reporter with the Wall Street Journal, as a guest reviewer on The Papers. Josie left school in 2006, and since then has been busy forging a career in global financial journalism.
Posted 02/05/2016 15:56
One recent Friday afternoon, rather than heading for home (Basel) at the end of a busy week of work in Zürich, Antony Neale, ISB graduating class of 2002, instead kindly extended his journey and dropped by Reinach Campus to bring us up to date on his life these past 14 years.
Posted 12/04/2016 09:46
Meet Ines Dieringer Cuesta – recent ISB graduate, now undergraduate at KCL.
Posted 11/03/2016 12:51
Meet Rory Fitzpatrick – working in Basel, running for a good cause.
Posted 01/02/2016 13:06
Meet Ingrid Frahm – busy styling a future founded in a love of art and design.
Posted 25/01/2016 14:28
ISB is hosting the 3rd annual Career Fair and the College Counsellors would like to recruit Alumni as guest speakers for various fields of study.
Posted 24/11/2015 14:02
Four ISB alumni share the lows and highs of reaching the rooftop of Africa.
Posted 04/11/2015 11:35
As a Fire Protection Engineer, James Bassett (ISB, 2005) is blazing a trail in Switzerland and internationally.
Posted 05/10/2015 09:32
It's "back to school" for former ISB student Sebastiaan Van den Bergh, the newest addition to the Aesch campus EAL (English as an Additional Language) team.
Posted 14/09/2015 11:26
At the beginning of the new semester, Reinach campus invited nine recent ISB graduates to share with DP1 – 2 students their encounters with life after school, and reflect on their own personal process of selecting and applying to universities/colleges.
Posted 27/08/2015 13:33
ISB alumna Dixa Thakrar has been invited to an international medical conference held in Boston, USA, to present two studies she has recently conducted in the fields of cancer research and scientific publication bias.
Posted 27/08/2015 13:25
Read part two of Robbie and his university friend Andy ambitious quest to cycle from "the top to the bottom of Europe" with the aim of raising money for the charity Help for Heroes. Starting out at Nordkapp, the northernmost tip of Europe, they plan to crossed ten countries and covered approximately 6,500 kilometres.
Posted 27/08/2015 13:09
Robbie and his university friend Andy have set off on an ambitious quest to cycle from "the top to the bottom of Europe" with the aim of raising money for the charity Help for Heroes. Starting out at Nordkapp, the northernmost tip of Europe, they plan to cross ten countries and cover approximately 6,500 kilometres. Having already touched base in Basel, they are now on the sixth leg of their journey.