Human and Academic Excellence
Jesuits’ educational purpose is to integrally form the person – so that they can be competent, conscientious, compassionate and committed – in a dynamic society of the 21th century.
These four adjectives represent the human excellence we want for our students. A competent student is a well-prepared student for the challenges of life, not only well-educated but also academically and humanly prepared to face the challenges of today’s life.
Through the proposed educational path, students are able to create a Life Project which integrates personal, social and methodological skills and areas of responsibility that characterize the Ignatian student, as a committed citizen in the world: Environment, Health, Economy, Information, Jobs, Mobility, Migration and Refugees, Justice, Poverty.