Fili Petrovic

Class of 2012/2013

University of Belgrade Faculty of Medicine, Graduate Student (GPA 9.13)

Currently specializing in vascular surgery at the Clinic for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in Belgrade.


Anja Romandic

Class of 2018/2019

Attended Rudjer Boskovic Primary School, IGCSE and IB Diploma programmes at Rudjer Boskovic High School

International programmes at Rudjer Boskovic School have created an excellent foundation for my future studies.

Currently studying Economics and management at “Universita Cattolica Sacro del Cuore”, Milan, Italy.

Andrija Mirkovic

Class of 2015-2016

King’s College London, Political economy, Graduate Student

Aleksandar Obradovic

Class of 2016/2017

Finishing studies of International Business at Cologne Business School in Cologne, Germany.

Currently I live in Aachen where I play for one of their basketball clubs.

Tamara Nora Živković

IB DP graduation score 41 points. Tamara said, “Attending the International Baccalaureate Programme at Ruđer Bošković School enabled me to be admitted to undergraduate studies in England at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), majoring in International Relations. This is one of the most sought-after courses at the LSE in relation to the number of registered candidates, and I am the first student from Serbia to be admitted to undergraduate studies.”


Stefan Nikolic

Class of 2013

Financial Mathematics at Friends University, USA, Graduate Student

Current position: Financial Analyst at AirBus, Kansas City

Jana Milenkovic

Class of 2017/18.

Currently studying Chemistry at Hong Kong City University.

She obtained a full scholarship on account of her IB DP graduation score of 38 points.

Aleksandar Radulovic

Class of 2015/16.

His scored a maximum of 45 points at IB DP graduation. He is studying medicine at UCL in London.

What is the main advantage of attending the IB Diploma Programme in your opinion? Has the experience from the Diploma Programme helped you in your further education, to what extent?

Definitely, there are many advantages. I think that the structure of the IB programme is similar to the one comes across at the university. At the same time, the very weight of the IB programme is a kind of preparation for further education and facilitates this transition between the high school and university level of the material. The extended essay also plays a very important role when it comes to some preparation for further, more serious work, since it represents our first encounter with the scientific style of writing. The whole process, which includes adherence to certain norms, especially those related to the format of the work (spacing, font size, style of references, etc.) is excellent training, especially for people who plan to engage in future scientific research. I think that the time spent in writing the extended essay helped me a lot during the making of some recent research papers.

Aleksandar Maricic

Class of 2014/15

IB DP graduation score 39 points

Graduated from Royal Holloway

Obtained the Master of Studies postgraduate degree at Cambridge University