Facing the challenges of a world that is globalizing and in congruence with the principles that govern its ideology: respect , understanding and peace.
The Albert Einstein University builds its educational model called "Education for Peace from the perspective of Human Development" thereby assuming the commitment to train people with a high professional qualification and moral solvency, capable of contributing to the consolidation of a planetary society where they reign respect for diversity, fraternal coexistence and peace.
Within this context, Educating for Peace is understood as doing it within a solid framework of values, endorsed by the world community as an indispensable proposal for international understanding. Thus, our educational model is, above all, a value education model focused on ethical values that promote the integral development of the human being.
EDUCATION IN VALUES
From an ethical stance, our educational model privileges the values of INTEGRITY, TOLERANCE, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, PROACTIVITY, HONESTY, EMPATHIC UNDERSTANDING, LOVE, SERVICE and COOPERATION, as drivers of human development and peace, which is why we promote their cultivation in the individual, social and ecological levels, by and for an integrally conceptualized human being, that is, as a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual unit.
We understand by Human Development the process of updating the potential of the human being, which includes the progressive individuation that occurs from childhood to adulthood, and the expansion of consciousness leading to reintegration with the Self.
The process of updating human potentialities is a natural tendency present in every individual, which guides them to reach their fullness. It unfolds and has an effect in all spheres of human development: physical, mental and spiritual, as well as in its relationships with the natural and sociocultural environment.
In the same way that all the processes of nature, the development of the human being progresses in an orderly manner from the simple to the complex, from basic structures to more elaborate ones, and from incipient levels of consciousness to spheres where the perception of reality is more vast and deep.