Global University Systems (GUS) owns and operates Europe’s largest networks of higher education institutions, with circa 60,000 students in six countries and global presence online.
The group features an international network of universities and specialised higher education colleges and on-line providers, as well as language, business and professional schools. It includes leading institutions such as GISMA Business school (Hannover & Berlin), The University of Europe located across three German cities, The University of Law, London School of Business and Finance, Arden University, Interactive Pro and Berlin School of Business and Innovation.
The group operates institutions and has business interests in Canada, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Singapore the UK and USA. GUS will soon be opening a brand new school of management in Toronto, Canada and has recently acquired the London College of Creative Media in the UK.
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) in Singapore today announced that it will offer AWS Cloud learning resources in its Diploma in Data Analytics programme to prepare students for in-demand cloud roles.
The pandemic is causing deep cuts in many areas, and both the education sector and the economy have been particularly affected. In order to give people an educational perspective in difficult times, and at the same time train future leaders for the economy, GISMA Business School has decided to waive the fees for the Master of Business Administration (Global MBA) programme by 50 percent as part of a Future Leaders Scholarship. This enables aspiring managers to complete their studies and then use the skills they have gained to find employment. The Future Leaders Scholarship will receive about 1 million euros, which will be provided by a fund from GISMA’s sponsoring company, Global University Systems. Under the motto "We CARE", the company supports social projects worldwide together with its students.
Niagara College (@niagaracollege) and Global University Systems (@GlobalUniSystem) announced a partnership today that provides a broad range of opportunities for students from both organizations, sets the stage for collaborative international projects and partnerships, and the delivery of select Niagara College credentials at GUS’s Toronto School of Management (TSoM).