We are very proud to say that our very own student, Robert Allcock was nominated for a 'Young Person's Resilience' award at the Above and Beyond awards this week! He is a true winner in the eyes of Nisai.
Professor Daniel Khan, Deputy CEO of Nisai recently visited Bangalore to discuss the evolving world of education overseas. This article shows the highlights of his visit and the achievements made while he was there.
Nisai has recently partnered with University Book Store Malaysia (UBSM) to deliver international education programmes to students in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Nisai Education Trust is an organisation committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and believes that ‘Every child has the right to an education’. New approaches are needed if society is going to make good on this promise. The Trust took their first step by donating 10 laptops to students at Faith Grower Christian School in Metro Manila, Philippines.
As 2019 unfolds, there is a definite rise in special education needs and permanent exclusions within the education sector. Nisai will be speaking about these key themes and their sustainable solutions at the Bett Show on stand C60.
The Nisai Group has been working with Jetro (Japanese External Trade Organisation) in Kyoto to launch the 1st Nisai office in Japan. Nisai will be the only online provider in Japan to provide live lessons delivering international qualifications.
At the beginning of November, Nisai exhibited at the EDIX Show in launch our British curriculum and online education solutions in Osaka, Japan. We explained how students can join our Nisai courses and start their learning journey by interacting with British teachers and students worldwide. We also noted some interesting trends within the Japanese education market and will soon be launching a Nisai office in Kyoto, Japan!
The Financial Times and their partner Inclusive Boards have presented their list of the UK’s Top 100 BAME leaders in technology. Nisai are pleased to announce that their CEO and Founder, Dhruv Patel, has been listed within the rankings. The list highlights those making a positive change and those who are driving progress within the sector outside their professional roles.
More and more schools are now speaking to Nisai about solutions for the problem of fixed term and permanent exclusions. Students are ending up at home, which is where they want to be and school attendance figures are directly impacted by this.
This year, Nisai Group attended World Didac Asia in Bangkok, Thailand. We took a collaborative approach and invited our partners Amnuay Silpa School, NOCN and Cambridge International to join us at our exhibition stand.