Vanta Education is comprised of colleges and universities in many of the major global markets including Australia, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, South Africa, and the UK.
Through its business divisions, BPP is a leading UK-based private education provider of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, professional certifications and continuing professional development courses. For over 35 years, it has helped thousands of professionals and employers achieve their respective goals in a variety of fields, including business, law, finance, tax and accountancy. It offers flexible study options—full- and part-time programs, accelerated courses, online and distance learning—taught by world-class instructors using award-winning learning materials. BPP teaches professionals across their career spectrum, from when they are just starting out, to long after they have graduated.Visit BPP
FAEL was established in 1998 to allow access to knowledge and quality education through innovative distance teaching methodology. Located in Lapa, within the metropolitan area of the city of Curitiba, in the state of Paraná, FAEL serves approximately 35,000 students and offers undergraduate and graduate programs online and through one campus and 113 accredited undergraduate learning centers covering all states in Brazil. FAEL is focused on providing blended learning offerings in the top three high-demand knowledge fields, including business, education, and technology.Visit FAEL
Established in 1910, Open Colleges has delivered education and training to more than 700,000 Australians. Today, Open Colleges is a leader in online learning in Australia delivering more than 130 courses, including nationally recognized qualifications, in disciplines such as health care, community services, business and management, finance and accounting, technology and design. Throughout its 100-year history, Open Colleges has consistently focused on meeting the needs of adult learners by providing highly flexible, accessible and affordable education and training.Visit Open Colleges