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One of the mainstays of our educational strategy is internationalization of training. With international syllabus projects, we broaden our schools' horizons and shape students to be open-minded individuals. Highlights include:
Ignatian pedagogy promotes learning through experience, reflection and action. We apply it through international experiences to foster the personal growth of students. Thus, we help them to become better people and to overcome fears and insecurities when faced with the unknown.
We encourage international education in schools through initiatives that develop curiosity about different cultures, customs, beliefs and traditions. We achieve this through language immersion, international exchanges and virtual collaborations with centres around the world.
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YES (Young European Students)
JEEP (Jesuit European Educational Project)
Our schools aim to be Erasmus+ accredited centres. Most of them are already accredited by SEPIE (Servicio Español para la Internacionalización de la Educación). Having Erasmus+ accreditation in the field of school education allows us to make sustained progress in the internationalization of our schools through the opportunities that Erasmus+ offers.
Estancias o intercambios de corta duración
Movilidad de larga duración
This project is born from our desire to internationalize the education of Catalan Jesuit schools. It entails exchanges of two to four weeks with Jesuit schools in the USA.
Small groups of students from Catalan schools (between 16 and 17 years of age) experience a language and cultural immersion at a Jesuit school in the USA. Students stay with host families and join their school routine, with all the classes, activities and interpersonal relationships that come along with that. With this experience, we offer new opportunities for a global education.
«We begin the course with the desire that our students exchange ideas with their classmates from another Jesuit school. It is impressive to see how a strong friendship is born suddenly. The students are grateful for the experience, for expanding and enriching their worldview, for having risked leaving their comfort zone, and to be global citizens. From that moment on, a great step is clearly seen in their training as competent, compassionate, committed and conscious people.”
Thomas Powers, Director of Global Initiatives Modern Languages St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey)