Unicaf Sets Out Plan to Expand to 17 African Countries Following UN Call for Investment In Digital Education

The COVID-19 pandemic unearthed the fault lines for what could be a generational catastrophe in education. Even before the pandemic resulted in school closures affecting over 1.6 billion students in at least 161 countries (https://bit.ly/3ydxErB), more than 250 million school-age children (https://bit.ly/3eGd6QM) were out of school globally. In much of the developing world, the gap between…

How would you describe the identity of Unicaf? What makes up your DNA?

Dr Nicos Nicolaou: Unicaf, with headquarters in Europe, is a leading higher education online platform with students in 158 countries, and also a Scholarship Programme, facilitating Higher Education studies at affordable cost. The state-of-the-art Unicaf digital platform provides access to quality university degree programmes and Professional Courses from reputable partner institutions in the UK, the USA…

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African online market ‘interests UK universities’ due to Brexit

British universities are showing an increased interest in developing their online provision in Africa since the UK voted to leave the European Union. That is the view of Nicos Nicolaou, chief executive officer of Unicaf, which partners with Western universities to offer business and professional degrees across sub-Saharan Africa through its mobile-friendly platform. It forms part…