Everyone seems to be talking about internationalisation these days. Teacher and student mobility, international experience, cross culture integration.
What actually makes our experience a global one?
Here are the right answer:
Volunteering, studying, and working abroad, exchanging best practices!
Internationalisation refers to the act of bringing something under international control.
All around Europe schools are trying to implement and carry out internationalisation and to be involved in international projects. These are undoubtedly features that are becoming more and more common and popular nowadays in schools, when compared to some years ago.
But what about Point College and its policy regarding this issue?
Internationalisation is a school objective with the support and involvement of the leading staff and of all the other teachers at school. It is by no means, the lonely project of a single teacher.
International projects are integrated in the curriculum or part of it, so that international projects are part of the goals of the school.
We have more than 40 international partner institutions from different international projects in our network.
We learn from each other and collaborate in various projects exchanging best practices. In short – at Point College – we are international!