ICS faculties will open in Rome, Good and Côte d’Azur, and train the IB curriculum with a concentrate on growing intercultural understanding and engagement.
They may be part of different ICS faculties in Paris, London and Milan.
Globeducate CEO Luca Uva defined that the colleges within the group have “a really clear worldwide character and outlook”.
“There has by no means been a extra vital time for faculties to be worldwide – in outlook, character and kind,” Uva mentioned. “ICS college students are uncovered to a various mixture of cultures, languages and nationalities and a devoted concentrate on multi-lingualism and fluency in English.”
“Our college students have in depth alternatives to look outwards, to develop the boldness wanted to take dangers, and to discover new methods and concepts”
Experiences on the faculties will permit college students to progress to “main universities and internship alternatives and to stay linked to their community lengthy after commencement”, he continued.
Tasks similar to its ICS STEAM framework, launching just lately with involvement of LEGO Training, assist to unite the group of faculties by way of “transformational studying in addition to by way of shared traditions and training”.
Different co-curricular actions unfold throughout the neighborhood of ICS faculties embody Mannequin United Nations, Tutorial Olympics, Worldwide Music Competition and Management Summit.
They’re additionally linked with Globeducate’s wider membership of 55 faculties in 9 nations.
“Our college students have in depth alternatives to look outwards, to develop the boldness wanted to take dangers, and to discover new methods and concepts,” added Antonia Giovanazzi, govt principal at ICS Milan.
“We all know that embedding these core beliefs and the ICS ideas of Inquire, Motion and Reflection at an early stage of training, and embedding it in each academic stage, fosters a tradition of excellence and, throughout our community, we see college students go on to reap the rewards of their success at commencement and of their future work, of their relationships and of their capacity to form tomorrow.”