United International School joins forces with Microsoft

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The United International School which will open its doors in September, has forged an educational partnership with Microsoft.

Through this partnership United Lisbon will join an exclusive global network of leader schools, stimulating learning through the latest available technologies while ensuring continued innovation at school.
The school seeks to be a new benchmark by offering its pupils innovative educational programmes while working towards internationally recognised diplomas including the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB).
Anthony Salcito, Vice-President of Worldwide Education at Microsoft says, “The global educational system faces an immense challenge of a constantly growing raft of skills.
There is a significant need to change schools so as to ensure that the pupils of today are well prepared to create the world of tomorrow. At Microsoft we are working hard to help schools in this transformation. Sharing the innovative vision of United Lisbon International School, we are enthusiastic about creating a strong partnership between United Lisbon and Microsoft” he said.
United Lisbon International School is a new world-class international school located in central Lisbon, next to the Park of Nations. The school is opening doors in September 2020 for students in Early Childhood (from 3 years) to grade 9 (typically 14/15 years). For the first academic year, the school will offer a limited number of 150 seats.
United Lisbon is a modern and innovative international school, offering English-language academic programs from Early Childhood (from 3 years) and to grade 12, with a challenging curriculum based on US-standards and leading to internationally acknowledged university-preparatory programs including the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma (United Lisbon is a candidate school and pursuing authorisation for the Diploma Programme).