Global Educational Venture, a Dubai-based educational company, has recently announced its partnership with King’s College, UK, intending to provide British education to learners across the globe. This collaboration aims to establish quality British schools across India, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, and Nepal; according to an official statement, more regions will be added to the list in the future in the second phase.
The statement further mentioned that these schools intend to provide opportunities for young people to benefit from King’s College’s brand of holistic education. As per the agreement, GEV has been granted exclusive rights to establish and develop King’s College across the mentioned regions. Top investors and partners of GEV have plans to invest around $750,000,000 in the coming years to build these schools.
Commenting on the partnership, Chair of Governors, King’s College, Linda Nash, said:
Our schools will encourage and develop a global perspective, and instil essential skills of critical and creative thinking and problem solving, along with respect for core values of honesty, loyalty, perseverance, and compassion.
Global Educational Venture aspires to create a global ecosystem wherein such educational opportunities will be available to students from all these countries. The company constantly builds new relationships with like-minded business owners, entrepreneurs, and similar-value groups to fuel their desire to cultivate British-styled educational standards without compromising different countries’ cultural identities.
Chief Executive Officer of Global Education Ventures, Richard Biggs, added:
Working with partners and investors who share similar values, GEV’s outlook is to establish schools that will blend high-quality British educational provision with the values and vibrancy of their own countries.
As a part of the development, the company is providing an opportunity for the investors to collaborate and establish schools of King’s College in their respective regions. These schools will cater to learners between three to 18 years of age while covering K-12 education, preferably offering Cambridge curriculum leading to IGCSE and A Levels or IB diplomas.
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