Uniciti Education Hub

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Placing Education at the heart of Uniciti

Uniciti Education Hub is Uniciti’s education arm, encompassing nursery, pre-primary, primary and secondary schools, Higher Education institutions as well as executive education.

 

While Uniciti Education Hub encapsulates a wide selection of education institutions, Higher Education in particular spearheads the vision towards the setting up of a knowledge-hub through the creation of an integrated and international campus geared towards Africa.

 

The Higher Education offer regroups 6 renowned international institutions and 1,700 students who have not only opted for higher studies among these reputed schools and universities, but also for a unique student lifestyle.

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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Uniciti Education Hub caters for more than academic excellence, providing a lifestyle that tags along a student’s needs and requirements, among which a dedicated restaurant and student residences, a sports centre featuring among other amenities a 50M Olympic-size pool, and very soon a green park accommodating an artistic and cultural centre with bars and restaurants.

ICSIA

ICSIA

In line with the ambition to position Mauritius as a Knowledge hub, Medine launched in February 2015 the International Campus for Sustainable and Innovative Africa (ICSIA) project, designed to accommodate elite institutions and welcome high networth students recruited locally and internationally. The ICSIA project is committed, through the institutions it holds, to attract the most distinguished institutions in their respective field of study. The choice of these institutions resonates with their national and international recognition, their field of expertise as well as their pedagogical approaches and methodologies.

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SmartStrategy
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