While travelling to nearly 20 countries, studying international relations and participating at the Model United Nations, I realised the value and happiness of meeting people from different cultures.
Teachers should help students to fully utilise their opportunity of being in a British school overseas. Such a duality of their environment makes it possible for them to learn about another culture, and thus to take a look at their own one from a different angle. Students will become 'global citizens' and share this philosophy with the others throughout their lives.
Working at ISM gives me a unique opportunity to be a part of the international community (a sort of 'Little UK') without leaving Moscow.