This is the most transformative era in the history of Education and those organisations who are doubling down, investing in their businesses and evolving with the times, are thriving.

Willingness to adapt to changing conditions and provide a positive student experience are among the traits required for British Education Awards finalists to be successful. Others include the creation of a digital experience that complements the physical presence and the ability to connect positively with students.

Education is changing at an unprecedented speed, and with it come big challenges and opportunities. There was also a rise in activism, largely driven by millennials and Gen Z who are demanding their voices be heard. These factors combined with the Covid 19 pandemic are going to have a huge impact on the educational world, not just for the next year but for the decade ahead.

Those Educational leaders that work hardest to acquire knowledge and put it to good use will be best placed to compete in the future,  building and cultivating good relations with students based on engagement and data is crucial, because it not only affects the possibilities to engage much more deeply with students, but also supports learning innovation and gives the Educationalist a competitive edge.

The organisations recognised within this year’s British Education Awards are transforming the Education experience by creating learning experiences of the future and building diverse teams built on sustainable values which attract the best and brightest from around the world.

Until now it has been hard to identify the best organisations when it comes to Education.  The British Education Awards will provide a long awaited index of the most proactive Educationalists in the UK and will shine a light on best practice across all strands of Education including, student learning, engagement, digital impact, communication with internal and external stakeholders, long term sustainability, course quality continuity and international sales.

The Exceptional Organisations & Leadership shortlist will be launched within a high-quality silver foiled publication.  The companies featured within the final report will then be reviewed and a number will be shortlisted to receive a prestigious British Education Award.

The British Education Awards presentation will take place at a star-studded reception in Central London and it will, without doubt, catch the attention of the local, national and international media. Key influential decision makers will be in attendance to witness this exciting launch and the initiative will herald a new era for promoting Britain’s leading organisations within Education and learning.