Nisai Group launches an office in Kyoto, Japan
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.
As a Cambridge International School, Nisai offers Cambridge Primary, Lower Secondary, Upper Secondary and Advanced programmes for students ages 5-19. The programmes cover Primary and Secondary phases with core subjects offered at Cambridge IGCSE and A Level. Learners also gain the skills and qualifications to progress on to further and higher education.
Nisai will be able to provide Japanese schools with any extra support they may require with English Language lessons, project based learning and teacher training. Japanese students will also have the opportunity to explore the foundation and booster courses that Nisai have within their British curriculum.
Dhruv Patel, CEO of Nisai Group, said: “We are very excited to open our office within Kyoto in Japan and look forward to working with Japanese schools to help their students achieve international qualifications. We could not have come this far without the support of Jetro.”
Mitsuhiro Matsuda, from Jetro Kyoto, commented: “After meeting Dhruv-san and Ono-San, we were convinced that Nisai is a company we should welcome into Kyoto. School teachers in Japan currently face the challenge of how to improve their students’ language capabilities as well as their own. We have faith in Nisai’s proven track record of online learning in England which they are now bringing to Japan. We wish Nisai all the success with their new office in Kyoto.”
The Nisai Group is a quality assured education and skills provider focused on transforming the education landscape through blended and inclusive online learning. Three times inspected by OFSTED and an approved Cambridge International School, Nisai are delivering IGCSEs and A Levels across the UK and internationally.
Jetro, or the Japan External Trade Organisation, is a government-related organisation that works to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world. Originally established in 1958 to promote Japanese exports abroad, Jetro’s core focus in the 21st century has shifted towards promoting foreign direct investment into Japan and helping small to medium size Japanese films maximise their global export potential.