Guests to the School
At IEGS we are focused on helping you get to where you want to be. For the majority of our students this means higher education. We not only prepare you academically, but also help you understand what’s required to study in Sweden or Abroad.
Our students are provided with the opportunity to meet with representatives from international and Swedish universities who give an insight into what studies will be like after life at IEGS, helping students to make the right decision in the next phase of their education.
From time to time, we have different visitors to the school - this includes alumni and invited speakers from various agencies. For those students who do not wish to continue with studies right away, we have the opportunity for them to learn more about options within the working world.
From the IEGS Blog ...
The second-year aesthetics students are doing an exciting new art project! Their work is to aesthetically express their reflections on anti sexual violence and respect.
To give inspiration, Mathilda Aguilar from nxtME, a nonprofit organization that helps incest survivors, came to the school and held 4 lectures on the topic of respect. She talked about respect on a societal, communal and individual level, and told the story of her own experience with incest. The topic revoked a lot of emotions that first manifested itself with silence and later heated discussions. With these discussions and
If you’re ever feeling unmotivated, here’s a small suggestion: google Kristina Paltén. You’ll find a link to her website, and there you can read about her absolutely incredible accomplishments. She has to set world records (322,93 km in 48 hours and 107,49 kilometers in 12 hours), climbed mountains, sailed from Fiji to New Zealand, the list goes on. She’s also the first woman to have run across Iran.
When Kristina first started speaking, what she was told us about herself was quite different to what I was seeing. She seemed perfectly comfortable talking in front of students and teachers
On Thursday the 28th May the Gleed Club at IEGS will be hosting a concert to help fundraise money for Nepal.
It will be a spectacular show with guest speakers and more. A 20kr donation has been asked with the purchase of each ticket, however any contribution will help make a difference!
It will take place in the schools Aula starting at 15:15 and tickets can be purchased in advance.
World Book Day is a yearly event, celebrated April 23rd, organized by UNESCO as a worldwide tribute to books and reading. It is a way to celebrate reading as well as fight against illiteracy. With 175 million adolescents in the world unable to read a single sentence, World Book Day is a way to raise awareness. More information about World Book Day and UNESCO
Of course we will celebrate World Book Day in IEGS Library as well! The day will feature an exhibition of the rarities from the library book collection, literature quiz and more.
Andrea Lundgren. Photo: Ylva Sundgren.