LONDON - 4 November 2020
GUS Institutions Shortlisted for Four Titles at ‘EducationInvestor Awards 2020’
GUS is proud to announce that three of its portfolio institutions have been shortlisted as finalists for the EducationInvestor Awards 2020 for four titles across three different categories.
Arden University and Interactive Pro were shortlisted for the ‘Education Business of the Year’ title in the Grand Prix section, whilst the London Academy of Trading (LAT) has received a double nomination and is in the running for the ‘Private Tutoring Company’ and ‘Skills Provider of the Year’ titles.
Aimed at professionals investing in, advising or operating companies in the education sector, the awards champion individuals and organisations that have made an outstanding commitment and contribution to the industry in 2019-20.
To be nominated, organisations must demonstrate how they have worked to keep providing excellent services and achieving notable results in their field. For this year’s edition, particular attention was given to recognising great agility and resilience shown by the institutions faced with a challenging year.
In their applications, Arden University, Interactive Pro and LAT, were able to outline the efforts and innovative solutions they displayed over the past year, and throughout the COVID-19 emergency, as well as sharing their successes and visions for the future.
Nominations for the EducationInvestor Awards represent recognition from one of the leading publications in international higher education, acknowledging the quality of the work and contributions made to the industry.
At the EducationInvestor Awards 2019, GUS bagged the prestigious ‘Private Education Group of the Year’ award.
Please join us in congratulating our institutions for this great achievement and we wish them the best of luck.
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