IB student profile is formed by a set of attributes that promote academic rigor and the growth of certain values that will develop an international mentality.
The program encourages MIS students to strive to become:
Inquirers: They develop their natural curiosity. They acquire the necessary skills to investigate and conduct research and demonstrate autonomy in their learning. They enjoy learning and they will maintain this desire to learn for the rest of their lives.
Informed and educated: Explore concepts, ideas and issues of local and global importance, and in doing so, acquire knowledge and deepen their understanding of a broad and balanced range of disciplines.
Thinkers: Apply, on their own initiative, their intellectual skills in a critical and creative way to recognize and address complex problems, and to make reasoned and ethical decisions.
Good communicators: They understand and express ideas and information with confidence and creativity in different idioms, languages and forms of communication. They are willing to collaborate with others and do it effectively.
Integrity: Act with integrity and honesty, own a deep sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of individuals, groups and communities. They assume responsibility for their own acts and the consequences derived from them.
Open-minded: They understand of appreciate their own culture and personal history, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other people and communities. They are used to seek and consider different points of view and willing to learn from experience.
Solidarity: They show empathy, sensitivity and respect for the needs and feelings of others. They personally commit themselves to help others and act with the purpose of positively influence the lives of people and the environment.
Audacious: They approach unknown and uncertain situations with sensibility and determination and their independent spirit allows them to explore new roles, ideas and strategies. They defend what they believe with eloquence and courage.
Balanced: They understand the importance of physical, mental and emotional balance to achieve their own personal well-being and that of others.
Reflective: They carefully evaluate their own learning and experiences. They are able to recognize and understand their qualities and limitations in order to contribute to their learning and personal development.