Global Education Holdings has acquired Paris-based EMA School of Applied Management


Global Education Holdings (GEDU), a UK-based education group, announced the acquisition of École de Management Appliqué (EMA). EMA is an Applied Management school based in Paris with specializations in Law, Economics and Art.

With EMA under its umbrella, GEDU is ready to offer a wider spectrum of high quality educational programs and services to a wider audience. This strategic move reflects GEDU’s commitment to continued growth and excellence in education.

Announcing the partnership, GEDU Deputy CEO Professor Ray Lloyd reiterated the group’s commitment to expanding access to higher education, saying: “We are delighted to welcome EMA to the family GEDU. Their history of “20 years of dedication to their students aligns well with our core values ​​and we look forward to working with them to provide more students with access to high quality higher education .

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EMA positions itself as a multidisciplinary school, providing specialist learning and development. EMA, a Qualiopi certified training center, offers UG, PG and PhD qualification levels as well as apprenticeships, all with two language training options: English and French.

The Group offers a range of educational opportunities including full higher education qualifications, apprenticeships and language schools. It has operations in 12 countries, including the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Malta, UAE, India, Saudi Arabia and Australia. Its portfolio covers a wide range of subject areas and is characterized by a strong focus on both employability and the student experience to maximize the return on investment for students.

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