King’s College UK Launches in Gurugram Focusing to Reformulate Education Standards

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The ceremonial signing took place at the iconic Burj Al Arab in Dubai, graced by esteemed guests from the King’s College board and beyond. Representing a significant stride towards reshaping educational norms in North India, Global Educational Ventures (GEV) and SVIET solidified an agreement to establish a branch of the renowned King’s College UK in Gurugram.

The event saw the presence of notable figures including Michael Sloan, the headmaster of King’s College, Justin Chippendale, director of International Schools of King’s College, and Simon Worthy, responsible for overseeing the administration and finance of King’s College. Also in attendance were Linda Nash, Chair of Governors at King’s College, and various other distinguished guests.

Richard Biggs, CEO of GEV and Managing Trustee of SVIET, orchestrated the official signing, extending congratulations to all stakeholders and reaffirming GEV’s steadfast commitment to this transformative initiative. Dr. Zoltan Fodor, a board governor from Hungary, conveyed his felicitations and elucidated on the educational philosophy that will guide the institute’s collective journey.

Michelle Schneider, a board governor of King’s College UK Gurugram, expressed gratitude to all involved for their invaluable support and guidance, pledging to uphold the illustrious legacy and uncompromising standards of King’s College. Dirk Leidinger, another member of the board of the upcoming King’s College wing in Gurugram, shared insights into the school’s vision and outlined plans for maintaining the expected standards, ethos, and values synonymous with King’s College.