We are curious. We know how to conduct research and experiments in a clear and constructive way. We truly enjoy learning: now and forever.
We explore concepts, ideas, and questions of local and global importance. Thus, we acquire deep knowledge and develop our understanding of several disciplines.
We employ our intellectual abilities critically, independently, and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems and to make rational, ethical decisions.
We understand and express ourselves with confidence and creativity in several languages and means of communication. We’re always willing to work in groups, using communication to construct knowledge and relationships.
We’re honest and just. We have a deep sense of equality, justice, and respect for people, groups, and communities. We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences.
We understand and appreciate our own cultures and we’re open to other values and traditions. We’re used to seeking and considering diverse points of view and learning from them.
We face new situations with courage and determination, and we have the freedom to explore new roles, ideas, and strategies. We defend our beliefs with eloquence and virtue.
We understand the importance of intellectual, physical, and emotional balance to achieve our and other people’s well-being.
We show empathy, sensitivity, and respect for the needs and feelings of others. We’re committed to helping others and positively influencing the environment and people’s lives.
We evaluate our experiences and our learning. We recognize and understand our qualities and limitations, to then contribute with our own learning and personal development.