There are 4 major benefits.
First, an international education gives students a wider range of openings to universities around the world, many of which prefer international qualifications.
Secondly, most international schools use English as their principal medium of instruction. This provides their students with a strong background in English (the main international language).
Thirdly, international school curricula impart skills such as those that refine critical thinking, time management and problem solving as well as subject-specific knowledge. These skills are enormously important in enabling students to think, act and decide independently in their education, careers and lives generally.
Fourthly, international school communities tend to be multinational, thus exposing their members to a range of cultures, enhancing their confidence and their empathy / communication aptitudes and expediting what often blossom into lifelong friendships that transcend national and ethnic boundaries.
All four of the foregoing elements play a major part in the way Da Vinci International School (DVIS) organizes and delivers its curriculum and related services to its students.