2019 International Geography Bee European Championships
Held at the International School of Paris, Paris, France – May 25, 2019

Varsity Division Champion: Adam Wilson, Hockerill Anglo-European College, England
Junior Division Champion: Artus Wolfensberger, Collège du Léman, Switzerland
Middle School Division Champion: Nathan Nicholas, Zurich International School, Switzerland
Full results available for download here

The International Geography Bee held its 2019 European Championships at the International School of Paris on 25 May, 2019. Many thanks to ISP for hosting and to Ms. Genevieve McHoes for coordinating the hosting arrangements. Thanks to all who competed, staffed, and came to cheer on the competing students. Congratulations to our champions!

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Official 2018-2019 Median Scores

Students scoring at or above these scores qualify for the IGB European Championships independently of how well they did at an exam site if they didn’t already qualify outright. Independent students (i.e. those not taking the Exam at a site) must score at these scores or better to qualify for the European Championships. Students can also qualify automatically if they get 75 in Varsity, 65 in JV and 55 in Middle School.

Alpha Exam:
Varsity: 88
Junior Varsity: 89
Middle School: 82.5

Beta Exam:
Varsity: 79
Junior Varsity: 65.5
Middle School: 31.5

Alpha Exam Results

Beta Exam Results

Congratulations to the 2018 International Geography Bee European Division Champions!

Varsity – Chris Thorn, Eton College, UK
Junior Varsity – Yannick Neuffer, SIS Basel, Switzerland
Middle School – Maxim Nakhapetian, Zurich International School, Switzerland

Full results from the 2018 IGB European Championships are now available to download here. The 2018 IGB European Championships were held at Novy Porg in Prague on Saturday, June 9, 2018.

Official 2017-2018 Median Scores

Students scoring at or above these scores qualify for the IGB European Championships independently of how well they did at an exam site if they didn’t already qualify outright. Independent students (i.e. those not taking the Exam at a site) must score at these scores or better to qualify for the European Championships.

Alpha Exam:
Varsity: 91
Junior Varsity: 89
Middle School: 80.5

Beta Exam:
Varsity: 70
Junior Varsity: 57.5
Middle School: 56

Exam Results

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Beta Exams:

Congratulations to the 2017 International Geography Bee European Division Champions!

Varsity – Brychan Hall, Abu Dhabi Homeschool Association, UAE
Junior Varsity – Harper Christian, American International School of Budapest, Hungary
Middle School – Anabel Mellinger, Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz, Switzerland

Full results from the 2017 IGB European Championships are now available for download here. The 2017 IGB European Championships were held at St. Stephen’s School in Rome on Saturday, 20 May, 2017.

Official 2016-2017 Median Scores

Students scoring at or above these scores qualify for the IGB European Championships independently of how well they did at an exam site if they didn’t already qualify outright. Independent students (i.e. those not taking the Exam at a site) must score at these scores or better to qualify for the European Championships.

Beta Exam:
Varsity: 72
Junior Varsity: 63
Middle School: 46

Alpha Exam:
Varsity: 85
Junior Varsity: 43.5
Middle School: 31

Exam Results

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Alpha Exams: