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Uniciti Education Hub: the new brand for education
29 January 2018
Uniciti Education Hub: the new brand for education

Uniciti Education Hub is the new brand defined within Uniciti and today encompassing the whole education offer of Uniciti, from nursery and pre-primary to primary, secondary, Higher Education institutions and 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 an integrated and international campus geared towards Africa, within Uniciti.


The Higher Education offer regroups 8 renowned international institutions and a count of 1,700 students who have not only opted for higher studies among these reputed schools and universities but also for a unique student lifestyle.


Middlesex University Mauritius, VATEL and SUPINFO International University are institutions of international repute, along with ICSIA (International Campus for Sustainable and Innovative Africa) which regroups among the most prestigious labels of Higher Education, in their respective field of expertise, namely l’Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, l’École Centrale de Nantes and l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture (ENSA) de Nantes. All these institutions recognised at world-level provide a distinctive and tailored programme, aligned to Africa’s challenges.


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

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