These maps have been produced by the Educate Magis team to help us all understand the richness and diversity of the global community of Jesuit and Ignatian secondary and pre-secondary schools and Educational Projects worldwide.
The Educate Magis Interactive and Printable Schools Map include the Jesuit and Ignatian schools that belong to the regional Jesuit Education Networks. For a list of Networks please see here.
These maps are based on the Winkel Tripel projection. They have been designed with a “vector technology” so that they can be printed in high quality in virtually any size to best suit your purpose.
The maps are available in ISO Standard (“A” Series), US Paper Size and HD Digital (16:9) formats. The maps are downloadable in different file types to be either printed (PDF, AI, EPS) or included in a presentation or website (PNG, JPG type in HD 16:9 format) and come in two distinct designs*. Please click the “hand” thumbnail on the map to see the downloadable files.
This short video presents the Global Map Project in the historical context of Jesuit map-making, with the collaboration of Jesuit historian, Prof. John O’Malley SJ. The “Photos” section features pictures with the Map from Schools from around the world.
Prof. O’Malley highlights the achievements of Jesuit cartographers of the early modern era in Latin America and China and their contribution to Jesuit education of their time. A selection of photos with the Educate Magis Global Map from the six Jesuit regions of the world illustrates the sense of belonging to the Jesuit and Ignatian network of schools. It also emphasises the fact that, in the words of Nadal, “the world is our house”. Since its publication at the end of March 2016 the Global map became literally global, finding its home in schools and Jesuit organisations across the world.
Locate and learn more about the worldwide Jesuit and Ignatian schools online. The Educate Magis Online Map is available in interactive form and can be applied to your website.Go to the interactive map
The Interactive or Online Map of Jesuit Schools is available to be embedded in a website, using the Educate Magis Map
Please use the following code:
<iframe id="contact" src="https://www.educatemagis.org/schoolmap/" width="100%" height="400px" frameborder="0" align="center"></iframe>
Note: You might want to ask your webmaster or web developer to do this for you. If you need any assistance with this, please email us at email@example.com
The Global Network of Jesuit Schools is growing and evolving every year, and it is our aim to develop these maps to illustrate our continuing growth. Your feedback on how we can improve this Global Map is always welcome.Please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org