Apollo Education Group, Inc. offers educational programs and services, online and on-campus, at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral levels. The company’s learning platforms include the following: The University of Phoenix, Inc. (University of Phoenix) - University of Phoenix offers its educational programs worldwide through its online education delivery system and at its campus locations and learning centers throughout the United States, including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Apollo Global, Inc. (Apollo Global) - Apollo Global was formed to make investments primarily in the international education services sector. Apollo Global’s education network principally includes the following: BPP Holdings Limited (BPP) - BPP is headquartered in London, England and offers professional training through schools located in the United Kingdom (U.K.), a European network of BPP offices and the sale of books and other publications. Universidad Latinoamericana (ULA) - ULA carries authorization from Mexico’s Ministry of Public Education (Secretaría de Educación Publica), from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) for its high school and undergraduate psychology and law programs and by the Ministry of Education of the State of Morelos (Secretaría de Educación del Estado de Morelos) for its medicine and nutrition programs. ULA offers degree programs at its campuses throughout Mexico. Universidad de Artes, Ciencias y Comunicación (UNIACC) - UNIACC is an arts and communications university which offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs at campuses in Chile and online. Indian Education Services Private Ltd. - Apollo Global develops a 50:50 joint venture with HT Media Limited, an Indian media company, to provide educational services and programs in India. Western International University, Inc. (Western International University, or WIU) - Western International University offers associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a variety of program areas primarily online. Institute for Professional Development (IPD) - IPD provides program development, administration and management consulting services to private colleges and universities (IPD Client Institutions) to establish or expand their programs for working learners. These services include degree program design, curriculum development, market research, student admissions services, accounting and administrative services. The College for Financial Planning Institutes Corporation (CFFP) - CFFP provides financial services education programs, including a Master of Science in three majors, and certification programs in retirement, asset management and other financial planning areas. CFFP offers these programs online. Carnegie Learning, Inc. (Carnegie Learning) - Carnegie Learning is a publisher of research-based math curricula and adaptive learning software for middle school, high school and postsecondary students. Apollo Lightspeed - Apollo Lightspeed is focused on developing educational offerings and services, including proprietary learning models and third-party courseware. Apollo Lightspeed’s offering, Innovator’s Accelerator, provides insights and tools through a multimedia, collaborative learning platform intended to teach business executives and managers how to cultivate innovation within their organizations. Programs Accredited Degree Programs: University of Phoenix, Western International University and CFFP are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Professional Examinations Training and Professional Development BPP provides training and published materials for qualifications in accountancy (including tax), financial services, actuarial science, and insolvency. BPP also provides professional development through continuing education training and supplemental skills courses to post-qualification markets in finance, law, and general management. University of Phoenix and certain of the company’s other institutions, including CFFP, also provide professional development education. Strategy The key themes of strategic plan are as follows: achieve significant improvements in completion and career outcomes; increase organic growth through new education offerings; and expand education opportunities and career outcomes for learners worldwide. To implement strategy, the company is focused on various initiatives including the following: realigning the organization to directly support efforts to connect education to careers; developing new education offerings that are well connected to the careers that its students seek; offering scholarships and other targeted tuition discounts to improve affordability of education programs; forming employer relationships to create a pipeline of well-prepared future employees; upgrading education delivery, learning and data platforms to better support student learning; redesigning curriculum at the program and course level, including modified entry course sequence and structure; implementing improved support methods across institutions; and streamlining administrative processes to more efficiently deliver critical services and create a more nimble organization. Regulations Domestic Postsecondary: The company’s domestic postsecondary institutions are subject to extensive federal and state regulations. The Higher Education Act, as reauthorized, and the related U.S. Department of Education regulations govern all higher education institutions participating in Title IV financial aid programs, and provide for a regulatory triad by mandating specific regulatory responsibilities for each of the following: The accrediting agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education; The federal government through the U.S. Department of Education; and State higher education regulatory bodies. History The company was founded in 1973. It was incorporated in Arizona in 1981. The company was formerly known as Apollo Group, Inc. and changed its name to Apollo Education Group, Inc. in November 2013.
apollo education group inc
4025 South Riverpoint Parkway
Phoenix, AZ 85040
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