Ruth said, “I am grateful to Nord Anglia Education and Collège Champittet for allowing me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and skills through the outstanding MA in International Education offered by King’s College London. Studying this master’s programme has been challenging, but enjoyable and extremely rewarding. The broad range of modules has enabled me to gain insight into every aspect of international education,”
Ruth also holds a Master and a Doctoral degree in Applied Economics and teaches Economics at the Pre-IB, IB and Swiss Maturité programmes. She has already been employing her knowledge and skills obtained in the MA programme, particularly she has been fostering creativity in the classroom. Ruth’s MA thesis focused on the topic of creativity. The importance of creativity in this era of rapid change lies in the significant role it plays in the development of innovation, scientific discovery, technological invention, business progress, and economic prosperity. She is also excited to continue developing more research in this topical subject that should be of benefit to our students and to the wider academic community.