Unlimited Knowledge: Being a graduate of the IB means cultivation of lifelong learning.
Risk Takers: The students are trained not to be afraid of approaching unfamiliar situations and uncertainties. They are taught to be independent-spirited, to explore new strategies, ideas and roles, to be expressive and able to defend their beliefs.
Knowledgeable: IB teachers train their students to explore concepts and issues that have both local and global significance which will in turn, help them to acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of various disciplines.
Liberal Minded: The graduates of the IB understand and appreciate their own personal histories, are open to the perception, values and traditions of other people. They confidently seek and evaluate a variety of perceptions and tend to grow from the experience gained therein.
Highly Principled: Graduates of the IB grow up to be principled individuals who act with integrity and honesty, coupled with an astonishing sense of fairness and respect for other individuals, groups and communities.
Ingenuity: IB graduates are known to be creative and imaginative in dealing with everyday problems and dilemmas.
Understanding: Graduates of the IB are trained to project themselves into another person’s situation in order to understand that particular person’s reasoning and emotions over a given condition.
Self-Assurance: IB graduates pride themselves with being confident in their respective abilities as learners, and do not shy away from taking risks where necessary and at the same time, applying whatever they learn from the risk taken and applying them to their everyday life.
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