Aliat Universidades Higher Education System for Working Adults
Aliat Universidades create affordable and accessible adult education throughout Mexico with their innovative part-time blended learning programmes. They support students with discount plans, social services and internships. Operating across 30 campuses and 17 states, Aliat Universidades have provided professional development for over 70,000 students.
Ashesi University New Leadership for Africa Programmes
Ashesi University in Ghana aims to educate ethical, entrepreneurial leaders for Africa’s future economic and social needs. It does so by maintaining a strong character-building and scholarship system, embedding its majors – computer science, management information systems, business administration, and engineering -- within a multidisciplinary curriculum that emphasises critical thinking, leadership, teamwork and ethics -- helping students understand how to navigate the broader issues shaping their economies and societies.
Edilar Red Magisterial Social Network for Teachers
Developed within the Grupo Edilar group of companies, Red Magisterial is the first social network for school teachers that promotes the creation and sharing of educational practices and digital curricular materials. Red Magisterial not only connects teachers but also helps them embrace digital technologies and deliver high-quality education across Mexico.
Enko Education African International schools for Middle-Class families
Enko Education provides a cost-effective means for middle class learners across seven African nations to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will help them enter top universities around the world. It does so by investing strongly in academic and human resources, through the training of locally recruited teachers and the use of internationally recognised curricula. It has benefitted over 2,000 learners to date.
Nova Pioneer Schools for Innovators and Leaders
Nova Pioneer gives young Africans the chance to access world-class student-centred learning at an affordable price. Working in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa, Nova Pioneer focuses on creative and project-based pedagogies designed to develop leaders and innovators for the new economy. By developing strong local talent and leveraging economies of scale, they are currently educating over 4,000 students at an 80 per cent lower cost for parents, and plan to expand their reach ten-fold in the coming years.
PHINMA Education Parallel Classes and Subsidised Tuition Schemes
PHINMA Education is devoted to giving low-income college students in the Philippines access to affordable and subsidised education. This is achieved through a low-cost “parallel classes” coaching model in which teachers supervise student-led activities across multiple classrooms. PHINMA also offers the Handog Kaibigan Scholarship, which provides a 50 per cent discount on tuition and fees for financially challenged students. PHINMA’s graduates so far include over 20,000 licenced professionals.
SIS Budget Schools Vertical Collaboration Ecosystem
The Singapore International School Group in Indonesia, with its 7 private schools pegged at different price points, enables children from various income groups to access leading education systems, including the world-renowned ‘Singapore’ curriculum as well as Cambridge and IB. The SIS Group accomplishes this through a unique ecosystem that encourages Vertical Collaboration among all stakeholders, including the sharing of cost-saving methods and innovative pedagogies up and down the tuition fee ladder.