Education

Dialogue, innovation, a positive reputation and the search for talent open up a wide range of possibilities.

Education is one of the core pillars of the economy and is the engine for growth thanks to which developed and competitive societies are built.

Changes in the education structure, such as cohabitation between public and private models, calls for new management strategies. The interests of the education sector sometimes clash with the regulator’s decisions, and establishing a dialogue between both players consequently becomes a core requirement to adapt to the present reality.

There is also growth and diversification in the academic offer that generates difficulties for the stakeholders to perceive the quality of the institutions. Offering added value increases the prestige of organisations and their valuation for society as a whole. Counting on a good reputation, based on rigour, the search for talent, and innovation, is paramount for those players that want to stand out in the educational field.

Phenomena such as the new technologies or globalisation also affect education, opening up a wide array of possibilities. Strategic planning and innovation helps to develop cutting edge programmes that favour the acquisition of new competences.

Local sensitivities on the other hand affect the positioning and consolidation of educational institutions. We help mitigate the barriers to enter new locations and to understand the local culture, identifying the obstacles and transforming them into opportunities, achieving visibility and fame.

Thanks to our strong presence in the South American region, in Spain and Portugal, we offer multi-cultural advice to all players in the educational community. We help establish a dialogue and satisfy the demands of the different stakeholders tailored to the particular local circumstances.

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Senior Director
Diana Terán
+51 1 222 9491
IDEAS
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