Global Educational Venture is establishing a well-organized framework for constructing high-quality schooling infrastructures around the world . The organization has worked with some of the finest industry professionals from the industry, with an estimated investment of USD 750,000,000 .
New Delhi, India, December 5 (GPRC): Global Educational Venture, a Dubai-based educational company, is establishing a well-organized framework for constructing high-quality schooling infrastructures around the world, fostering a return to holistic curriculums and a steadfast push towards restoring British-style education on a global scale.When visiting many schools in each country, the Founder Chairman of the company has visited 72 countries and compared the benefits and drawbacks of each.Around 31 schools and universities were joined in the process of student exchange, staff exchange, and the exchange of best practices.In this initiative, several of the most well-known educationists were appointed advisors and governors, and top industrialists, entrepreneurs, and school owners were appointed investors and partners.The carefully chosen curriculum is designed to prepare students for real world situations and everyday challenges.We believe it is the time to introduce a holistic, British-style education with a global reputation for excellence, by offering an upskilling approach to education that is value-oriented to children in the global context.Our goal is to make this kind of learning opportunity available to all students around the world.We are elated to bridge the interactive learning experience, as shown by GEV, to bring the life-affirming richness of that education to the forefront of establishing a global community where such learning opportunities will be readily available to students from all cultures, communities, and countries, said Richard Biggs, CEO of Global Educational Venture. He has been active in overseas travel and overseas education as a child in South Africa.He was Headmaster at Kings College, one of the best co-educational day and boarding schools in the southwest of the United Kingdom, before joining GEV as CEO, and a headmaster of one of the few leading schools in the UK.On July 22, he resigned from the Kings College leadership role.The aim of the business is to foster a British-themed education in the global landscape, which is vital to raise the global standards and standards of teaching and learning. To further fuel their desire to develop British-styled learning standards without compromising with different cultural identities, the corporation is constantly developing new relationships with like-minded business owners, developers, and similar-value groups.Surely, the success of GEV's ambitious scheme will be a boon to new professionals and determined learners from around the world.