2019 ICAS Medal Ceremony
UNSW Global Assessments proudly celebrates the remarkable achievements of students at the 2019 ICAS Medal Presentation Ceremony
UNSW Global Assessments is proud to end 2019 with a celebration of ICAS - the first large-scale online academic competition in Australia and New Zealand. Hundreds of students nationwide have been awarded the ICAS Medal for their outstanding academic performance.
The ICAS assessments, designed for primary and secondary school students, is conducted across multiple disciplines such as Digital Technologies, English, Mathematics, Science, Spelling Bee and Writing.
Educational excellence has always been an ethos strongly embedded within UNSW Global Assessment. The annual award ceremony held across Australia and New Zealand in November and December 2019, celebrates the remarkable achievements of our talented students with the support of teachers, schools and parents.
Students who achieved the highest score in each year level and subject took home an ICAS medal, acknowledging their hard work, dedication and perseverance.
Chief Executive Officer of UNSW Global and Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) of UNSW Sydney, Mr. Laurie Pearcey proudly commented, “UNSW has been a pioneer of data driven learning and ICAS has empowered teachers, principals, and coordinators with the data they need to steer their efforts in the right direction.”
More than just a regular assessment, ICAS is designed to assess students' ability to apply classroom learning to new contexts using higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills. For 35 years, ICAS has been challenging students to master the skills they need to take on the world.
Students who have taken home the 2019 ICAS Assessments medal will now join the ranks of an exceptional group of students across 20 countries.
Since 2002, more than 8.9 million students have participated in the program. UNSW Global Assessment is proud to partner with schools across the nation to unlock the potential of their students and guide them to the careers and achievements of their dreams.
For more information about ICAS Assessments, visit unsw.global/icas