Dwi Emas recognised as a WORLD CLASS institute by Cambridge

GREAT NEWS! We’re happy to announce that Dwi Emas International School is one of eight schools worldwide to be recognised as a World-Class institute in this year’s issue of Cambridge Innovation 800. This makes it our 5th consecutive appearance and in the past we’d been recognised for being Best-Practice Pioneers and Inspiring Leadership & Innovation.

As a refresher to our dear readers, Cambridge Innovation 800 is an annual publication by the Cambridge University Student’ Union (CUSU) that showcases global leaders and institutions that are making a significant difference in the field of education in line with Cambridge’s ideology. At the end of the selection process, this shortlist is decided by the professors at Cambridge University. CUSU is a union consisting of more than 22,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Cambridge aiming to advance the quality of education and welfare of its members through representation, service and support, and by campaigning on their behalf. Thus, this is not a recognition that any one institute can pay to win and we’re extremely honoured to be acknowledged by an institute that has its roots so deep in education.

For all the support you have given us throughout, we would like to extend our sincerest thanks to our parents, teachers, and everyone else involved with us in the ACE EdVenture journey – we would never have gotten this far without all of you. Rest assured that hitting this milestone does not mean “honeymoon” of our efforts in making a change in education, but a greater leap to launch ourselves even further in our journey to deliver the best education possible to our students.

In this feature, the article covers our approach in using entrepreneurial education to overcome the flaws of the conventional education system and grow impactful individuals, unconventional teaching methods that include role-playing and gamification, and some of our young trailblazers who are now on their entrepreneurial journeys. To read the full article, click http://www.cambridge-strategies.org/pioneers/dwi-emas-international-school/