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Vocational Guidance Lectures

As part of the actions to help students identify the areas in which they have the most aptitude and thus to be able to choose more reliably the subjects they will do in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, 2nd year high school students, who have already passed by a process of Vocational Guidance, began to […]


In 12 of April of 2018

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As part of the actions to help students identify the areas in which they have the most aptitude and thus to be able to choose more reliably the subjects they will do in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, 2nd year high school students, who have already passed by a process of Vocational Guidance, began to experience a cycle of lectures. These include parents of students who talk about their professions, former IB students who bring their respective experiences, and universities that present their courses.

These presentations will take place until the end of the semester when students will be able to start the official IB program by selecting the subjects which may be most useful in university courses and their future professions.

We thank the parents, Eduardo Neves, who talked about the professions of the future, and Paulo Sésar De Marco who spoke about his profession as an airline pilot, and we look forward to the next presentations.