Leading British curriculum school, Brighton College Dubai, celebrated its first cohort of A-Level graduates with an intimate graduation ceremony. A momentous occasion for the entire Brighton school community in the United Arab Emirates, the ceremony marked the culmination of each pupil’s hard work, dedication, and academic achievements before they go on to study at leading Universities around the world including University College London, Kings College London, University of Manchester, University of Edinburgh, and University of Glasgow to name a few.
The graduates were joined by Guest of Honour, British Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Edward Hobart CMG, as well as their families and teachers who have supported them throughout their studies.
Head Master at Brighton College Dubai, Simon Crane, commented: “Celebrating our first cohort of A Level graduates is a historic event for the school and one that holds a special importance for everyone at Brighton College Dubai. We couldn’t be happier for our graduates who have shown unwavering hard work and determination through testing times. Congratulations to the future leaders and changemakers who are about to embark on a new and exciting journey. We might be bidding them farewell from studying at the College, but they will always be a part of the Brighton College family around the world.”
A momentous occasion for the entire Brighton school community in the United Arab Emirates
British Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Edward Hobart CMG said: “The Brighton College schools play an important role as British curriculum and independent school providers in the UAE so it is my pleasure to be a part of this very special occasion and celebrate with Brighton College Dubai’s very first cohort of A Level graduates. I pass on my congratulations to each and every one of the graduates and wish them the very best as they embark on a very exciting new chapter in their lives.”
Brighton College Dubai is a co-educational independent school that offers a distinctively British education to pupils aged from three to 18 years old and was rated Outstanding in all categories, the highest possible grading, in the 2022 British Schools Overseas (BSO) inspection report.