When a child leaves for university: a parent’s coping tips

By Jacqueline Weber, former CIS parent

What is it like when a beloved child leaves home to go to university? Jacqueline Weber, former CIS parent, tells us about the inevitable heartbreak and shares coping tips to navigate this trying time. Read full story 24 September 2019 (...) 0 comments

Mudra K., alumna 2018: "Law is a good vehicle to improve society”

By Lucile Jaillais, Communications Specialist

Mudra, who graduated from CIS in July 2018, has started her law studies halfway around the world, in Cambridge, UK. Let’s find out how she’s adapted to her new English life, and what her plans are for the future. Read full story 3 June 2019 (...) 1 comment

Luc V., alumnus 2009: “I personally flew my mum and wife to Belarus on the Airbus A320.”

By Lucile Jaillais, Communications Specialist

As a teenager, Luc’s dream job was to become a pilot for a major airline. In 2010, after graduating from CIS, he moved to New Zealand to start an intensive 3-year Bachelor of Aviation. Where did that take him? How has he worked to make his dream come true? Read full story 10 May 2019 (...) 1 comment