World Education offers a partnership model with colleges and universities that allows institutions to expand offerings, increase reach, and drive revenue.
Unlike other providers, World Education does not offer courses direct to the public. Our success as a company is mutually dependent on the success of our partners. We provide further value and tools to our partners by assisting with outreach, demystifying potential funding sources, and forging a path to employment for the students.
As learners enroll in their courses, it creates a revenue generating opportunity for the school. There’s no upfront cost to working with World Education and our service focused approach allows minimal administrative overhead to efficiently manage the program.
Our target audiences can be very diverse, such as: aspiring professionals, unemployed, injured workers, teachers, and the military community.
If you are a growth-oriented college or university with a similar passion for helping those with educational needs reach their full potential, we are standing by ready to assist! Become a Partner today!
World Education has over 1,000 courses in our product library that can be aligned to any type of business training.
The student experience is customizable, so World Education is able to personalize landing pages and any other learner environments for your company.
If you are ready to invest in one of your greatest assets, your employees, World Education is available to help.
Become a Partner
World Education’s wide array of Career Training Programs and Professional Enrichment Courses give your institution an enrollment advantage in the competitive online market.
- Customized target marketing that brings students directly to you
- A selection of signature content that is exclusive to World Education in Healthcare, Manufacturing, Business, and more
- Robust reporting and student data on outcomes, all at your fingertips
- Spanish language offerings and Spanish speaking staff
- Full services admissions team dedicated to serving your prospective students, seven days a week