martes, 26 de abril de 2016

International School Madrid

Living the experience of studying abroad in a foreign school and see the world from another perspective is one of the top incentives a teenager can get during his formation stage. Is the motivation needed to assimilate the fact that the world is pretty much bigger, impressive and interesting than the things that internet show. What if you can assure your son lives that experience, but not only for a year, but for his entire childhood and teenage? That is what an International School gives you.

Why sign up your son in International School of Madrid?

The first benefit of this school, beyond topics as qualifications and opportunities to get into prestigious universities (which we will discuss in a few paragraphs), is the application of the academic model that has been so important during the last years (But shamefully, less applied than it should in public education). The kid will be educated in an integral way, and instead of expecting him to memorize boring concepts and data to test his abilities in front of a superior, there will be emphasis on research, invention, creativity and mostly in encouraging the student to find out by himself what is he good for, what does he like and what does he want to make a living with.
Also, the student will learn to embrace different cultures and their usual behavior by interacting with people from different countries and learning different languages (Which is one of the most important aspects of this program).
In terms of results and how is this studying system going to reflect in the résumé of your child, you can be certain that a diploma from International School of Madrid can open plenty doors for higher studies, not only in Spain, but worldwide. The student will get an IB curriculum, given by the International Baccaulaureate Organisation, document that works as a leverage for future opportunities, as a guarantee that he/she is a highly prepared student.


For more information, please visit: www.nordangliaeducation.com/our-schools/madrid

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