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WORLD Magazine

WORLD Magazine is the AISB Alumni magazine, published bi-annually. It is a way to keep in touch with our former students, teachers, and parents, and to share news among our alumni community. Find out more about some of our teachers and students and get to know a little bit more about where they are and what they’re doing – see if you can spot a familiar face or two!

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Check out the Fall 2016 edition of WORLD Magazine below:

Volume 5, Issue 1 | Fall 2016:


WORLD Magazine Archive

Volume 1, Issue 1: Winter 2011

Volume 1, Issue 1: Winter 2011

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Volume 1, Issue 2: Summer 2012

Volume 1, Issue 2: Summer 2012

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Volume 2, Issue 1: Summer 2013

Volume 2, Issue 1: Summer 2013

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Volume 2, Issue 2: Winter 2013

Volume 2, Issue 2: Winter 2013

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Volume 3, Issue 1: Summer 2014

Volume 3, Issue 1: Summer 2014

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Volume 3, Issue 2: Winter 2014

Volume 3, Issue 2: Winter 2014

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Volume 4, Issue 1: Summer 2015

Volume 4, Issue 1: Summer 2015

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Volume 4, Issue 2: Winter 2016

Volume 4, Issue 2: Winter 2016

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WORLD Magazine

Past & Present

AISB was established in September 1962

In the groovy 60s there were 10 students from 3 countries taught by 2 teachers in 3 rooms in Vasile Conta

The Shaky 70s saw 100 students and 20 faculty and staff from 20 countries pass through the halls of the Popa Chitu building 

120 students and 20 faculty and staff from 30 countries called Costinescu their campus in the Tumultuous 80s

40 nationalities were represented in the Changing 90s by 350 students, 60 faculty and staff and 3 campus locations around Bucharest

The New Millenium brought a 10 hectare purpose-built campus to 800 students and 200 members of faculty and staff from 55 countries

AISB currently serves the needs of over 820 students from 56 nationalities and has a faculty and staff force of 223 dedicated professionals representing 19 countries. Two expansion plans are currently underway.

 

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