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Education Innovation Conference
EIC2018: Workshop sessions’ details

This page outlines details for the training sessions at the Education Innovation Conference 2018 taking place in London on 23 January 2018. For full details see the website here and to sign up to any of the workshop sessions, please email rekha@economicpolicygroup.com. Workshop  1: Informed Strategy Planning:…

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India is missing a huge export opportunity in education

The Association of Indian Universities’ annual survey of international students in India last month made for sober reading. While India has 30,423 international students in its universities, a fall from the previous year, China has nearly 450,000 and is anticipated to grow at more than…

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Looking back at EIC2017 Pune

27 JULY, PUNE: Last month saw our first-ever Education Innovation Conference taking place in India, in the city of Pune. The conference saw 150 attendees from across India, as well as the US, South Africa, UK, Germany, UAE and elsewhere talk about education innovation in…

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EIC2017 announces important global partnerships

LONDON, 24 FEB: Two new international education initiatives were announced today in the presence of education world leaders, investors and education technology companies. Nearly 200 delegates gathered for the annual Education Innovation Conference 2017 (EIC2017), held in partnership with the University of London and ISDC, including…

EPG has taken steps to extend co-operation with EDUGILD

Start-up EDUGILD and Economic Policy Group (EPG) London have agreed on a  joint effort to intensify their cooperation on scaling up Edtech startups from India to Europe. This platform will not only formalise regular discussions between EDUGILD and EPG on the design and implementation of start-up programmes in…

The Learning Generation: Investing in Education for a Changing World report

This "The Learning Generation: Investing in Education for a Changing World" report was launched of our research on “Designing the Optimal Skills Pledge and Skills Levy” on behalf of the Education Commission, at the UN General Assembly on 18th Sept 2016. The report  is a comparative analysis…

Business Backs Education London launch with Vikas Pota and Boris Johnson
Two new developments point to greater UK-India educational collaborations

There are two recent announcements that point to an interesting dynamic developing in India-UK education collaborations. Tightening student immigration costs the UK economy billions First, a report released recently by Exporting Education UK and Parthenon-EY has quantified the economic impact of the UK’s tightening immigration…

Michigan’s two-tier education
A Look into Michigan’s Two-Tier Education System

“Back where I come from” made famous my American Country singer Kenny Chesney paints a gorgeous picture of home that we all can attest too. My home state of Michigan is a gorgeous place. The northern part of our state often referred to many as…

EPG Research for Education Commission

Governments and world leaders have not taken sufficient action to increase investments in education. Without greater efforts to deliver quality education, the world faces the risk of not meeting the ambitions of the Sustainable Development Goals and failing to close the gap between developed and…

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Tony Blair discusses EPG education CSR research at World Economic Forum, Davos 2015

We launched the Business Backs Education report at a special London Summit hosted by Mayor of London Boris Johnson on 13th October 2014, followed by the full report launch at the World Economic Forum in Davos 2015. The panel discussing the research, which found that…

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