Continuously striving to deliver value to Australian Universities, Open Universities Australia (OUA) is excited to welcome its twenty-first provider to the marketplace with the signing of Torrens University Australia. OUA’s newest addition to the marketplace will be delivered through Torrens’ partnership with Ducere Global Business School, which sees four business degrees brought to the platform.CLICK TO READ.
Dūcere Global Business School, together with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (Dūcere–Wales), Announces Partnership with Re-Up Education, targeting the 37M student population with “Some College – No Degree” to finally obtain that bachelors degree. CLICK TO READ.
The Dūcere Global Business School has launched a partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster for the LEG-up Program which aims to provide the necessary building blocks for career success. LEG-up, which stands for Learn – Earn – Grow, includes a full accredited business degree, part time employment, and a set of coaching and life skills. CLICK TO READ.
Ducere is delighted to announce a new collaboration with the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). The collaboration between the university and Ducere will launch a Wales-Ducere Office, within the University’s Faculty of Business and Management which will manage the delivery of new exciting UG programmes, delivered fully online. CLICK TO READ.
African Children’s Stories, an initiative of Ducere Foundation Ltd, is among 12 finalists chosen by the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) for their innovative and impactful approaches to today’s most urgent education challenges. CLICK TO READ.
Education, employability and entrepreneurship begin at grassroots level, from the support of basic education and literacy to the preparation of students for today’s global economy. This is a key message from the South Africa visit of the Honourable Julia Gillard, former Prime Minister of Australia and former Minister of Education. CLICK TO READ.
The 50th Collection celebrates the Golden Jubilee of Independence for the Republic of Mauritius. Over the past months over 320 students from schools across Mauritius submitted their stories as part of a competition, where they captured the stories with their elders who reflected on life in Mauritius prior to independence in 1968. CLICK TO READ.
Today we focus on Imagination, innovation and children’s poetry which brings our nations together. While our borders may be in lock down, the Ducere Foundation African Children’s Story program is not. CLICK TO READ.
Almost twelve months ago, the Dūcere Foundation excited the imagination of children in Botswana across Chobe, Kgalagardi and the South East regions challenging them to sit with their grandparents and tribal elders to capture their stories of childhood. CLICK TO READ.