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Step into the Extraordinary

The campaign for AISB's Design & Engineering Center

we see no limit to what we can achieve with

“In the past twentyve years the speed of discoveries in Science and Technology have been momentous. Today’s student and tomorrow’s professional must perform on a global eld. Open and tolerant minds are connecting our cultural differences and are constructing bridges between people of all beliefs and nationalities. Art and creative thinking set us apart from a culture of mass production. Education must adapt to the pace of progress. Our students must learn and retain pertinent multidisciplinary information today and acquire the skill-set of a lifelong learner able to adjust to an ever changing world” - Dr. Robert Brindley, AISB Director 

our commitment to our students guides us in a STEP INTO THE EXTRAORDINARY

a giant leap to prepare our children to lead the future

Join us in the creation of The AISB Design & Engineering Center. This will be a uniquely designed, innovative space with a new way of teaching and learning, through a fully immersive experience. One of its kind in Europe, this will be a state of the art learning hub that will combine academics and creativity with the power of doing.

Key features:

A combination of traditional learning with modern design processes, in a completely non-linear mode.

An opportunity for all AISB students ages 8 to 18, to explore, innovate and be intellectual risk-takers.

A collective learning model and individual endeavor are the stars of our new approach.

The cultural integration of diverse subjects, together with interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approaches to learning.

A push towards investigation, exploration, and experimenting; trial and error. 

Read the entire WORLD Magazine Spring 2017 edition here.


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