University of New South Wales International Examinations
The International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) are independent skills-based assessments with a competition element. Commonly referred to as the UNSW tests, ICAS is unique, being the most comprehensive generally available suite of academic assessments and school tests for primary and secondary school students. The assessments comprise eight Computer Skills tests, eleven English tests, eleven Maths tests, ten Science tests, five Spelling tests and ten Writing tests.
NIIT Nguru solutions support teacher development by enhancing their professional expertise and making them well-versed especially in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).
Apple Solution Experts (ASE) are independent service providers who have been selected by Apple for their proven expertise in providing technology solutions to education institutions.
These experts are committed to education and have a deep knowledge of Apple products, services and solutions. They understand your core concerns and how to address them with Apple solutions and education best practices. With up-to-date training on educational as well as technological issues, they are aware of the latest developments in both fields and can draw on years of experience, as well as a proven record of customer satisfaction.
Cognita was formed by a team derived from the company that has been the leading regional IT education provider; IT Center.
We have been following world trends and participating in the domain of e-learning and on-line education for years. Experience and knowledge acquired from pioneering in the region allowed us to develop the first Croatian Learning Management System eLearner and leading high-quality interactive e-learning content.
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford and has played a key role in the University’s work since its first published work in 1586. It is the largest and most successful university press in the world with offices in fifty countries and publishes more than 6,000 new resources a year across the academic and educational spectrum.
OUP India has long been an important publishing center for the Press. From its first locally published book in 1912, it has expanded its output to include a wide range of educational and academic resources – from scholarly works and higher education textbooks to school courses, bilingual dictionaries, and digital resources for teaching-learning.